With only one more episode of The Colbert Report left, Google has added a tour of the show’s studios to Google Maps.
Unsolved mysteries, civil unrest, the World Cup and celebrity losses — Google takes a look at what was important in 2014.
Buried in the mass of leaked Sony data was apparently a plan to fight against ‘Goliath’ to stamp out piracy and net neutrality.
Google has released its “Year in Entertainment” infographic, which includes The Walking Dead, Katy Perry and Frozen.
Media and tech companies had a good showing on Glassdoor’s “Best Places to Work” list. Most employees cite perks like free food, yoga and pinball machines as reasons to stick around.
Inc. surveyed CEOs to find out how they’re using technology and social media.
Twitter reacts to Eric Garner decision with #CrimingWhileWhite, #BlackLivesMatter. Toyota launches #BuckleUpForLife car seat safety campaign. These stories, and more, in today’s Morning Social Media Newsfeed.
The European Parliament has issued a non-binding resolution that calls for Google to unbundle its search from its other commercial operations.
Google does a doodle for almost everything. Why is there no doodle for World AIDS Day?
While Google is still the dominant search engine, an Adobe report indicates that Bing search has increased significantly worldwide.