June 5, 2014, 6:33 AM PDT
Twitter has acquired Namo Media, a startup that’s supposed to help mobile-app makers plug “native” ads into their services. Twitter says it will integrate Namo Media into MoPub, the mobile ad company it bought last fall.
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