Facebook is allowing content creators to monetise one-minute videos with minimally disruptive advertisements. It's also trialling sticker ads in Stories to help creators earn more money.
The ever-growing Telegram app is getting a new update, adding support for drop-in, drop-out voice chats for groups, storage improvements on Android, message editing improvements, and more.
Google has announced rewarded products, a feature developers can add to their app to drive growth of their monetized user base by offering in-game items or virtual currencies for those who watch ads.
Following an announcement made earlier this year, Facebook has made its Level Up Program available to game streamers residing in 21 countries along with tools to help them build online communities.
Mozilla is to introduce sponsored content in Firefox's beta channel next week, as a parallel revenue stream. It is to be powered by Pocket, the read-it-later service Mozilla acquired back in 2017.
Google has announced changes to its monetization policy on YouTube. The company aims to divert money from "bad actors" and offensive content with the new, more strict, monetization thresholds.
On Sunday Google confirmed earlier reports that the company was relaxing its grip on paid news outlets with its 'First Click Free' policy, and will release new tools that will ease monetization.