“If you ignore Google+, Google Search will ignore you.” – Google co-founder and CEO Larry Page
With a set of new updates for mobile apps and its Web service, Twitter today began rolling out synching for direct message notifications.
AdBlock Plus, a popular browser extension, blocks most pop-up, video and banner ads. But according to a German news site, Google, which controls the largest online advertising network, has paid the makers of the software not to weed out some of its ads.
LinkedIn will bring the smarter search functionality it launched for on desktop in March to its mobile apps, the company said today.
YouTube movie trailers, social engagement campaigns and search engine marketing are increasingly critical to movie studios marketing new film releases, according to Google’s newly released white paper, which shows how search engine data can be used to predict box office performance.
Google has introduced a new set of Knowledge Graph entries to search today: nutrition.
The European market trial of Google’s search engine that identify results that point to other Google products will be extended a month and will likely be deemed inadequate, said competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia speaking to the European parliament.
Google will allow users to unify their Gmail messages, Google Drive files and the Web from the search bar on Gmail or Google.com, the company said today.
In a fireside chat held by Google+ engineers, users expressed real dissatisfaction with the way the platform forces users to juggle multiple accounts but praised Hangouts.
Pinterest today released updates for its mobile apps that allow users to mention social contacts and receive notifications, as well as access searches they’ve made previously on other devices.