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Google can no longer count on political goodwill at home

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 19:56:50 GMT

"WE USED to be so dismissed," says Jeremy Stoppelman, the boss of Yelp, an online-review site which has waged a six-year-long battle against Google over how the online giant ranks its search results. Now American regulators are taking concerns about Google more seriously.




Russia says Google down-ranking Sputnik, RT would be censorship

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 15:32:38 GMT

MOSCOW: Russia's foreign ministry said on Thursday that moves by Alphabet Inc's Google to place articles from Russian news outlets Sputnik and Russia Today lower in search results would amount to censorship. Alphabet Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, speaking on stage at an international forum last Saturday, responded to a question about Sputnik articles appearing on Google by saying the company was working to give less prominence to "those kinds of websites" as opposed to delisting them.




Google celebrates Dr Rukhmabai Raut's 153rd birth anniversary with a portrait doodle

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 13:17:50 GMT

Internet search engine giant Google honoured India's first practicing female doctor Dr Rukhmabai Raut during the British rule on her 153rd birthday on Novembe 22 with a colourful portrait doodle. As a social reform activist, she fought the legal case against child marriage that led to the landmark Age of Consent Act of 1891.




Chinese Internet Giant Baidu Starts Web Service a Baidu Jinkuanga To Mine Bitcoins

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 08:54:47 GMT

Singapore, November 23: Chinese Internet Giant Baidu has launched a web service named 'Baidu Jinkuang' which taps into unused hard disk space and extra bandwidth space of users to mine Bitcoins in exchange for real money. Baidu, often called the Google of China is headquartered in Beijing.




Google Wipes 786 Pirate Sites From Search Results

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 04:47:56 GMT

Google and several leading Russian search engines have completely wiped 786 "pirate" sites from their search results . That's according to telecoms watch Rozcomnadzor, which reports that the search providers delisted the sites after ISPs were ordered by a Moscow court to permanently block them.




Google: Most Sites, Even Large Ones, Don't Use Parameter Handling In Search Console

Thu, 23 Nov 2017 00:42:30 GMT

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that most sites on the internet do not use the parameter handling feature in Google Search Console. John said "most sites, even large ones, never touch those settings."




Uber's massive hack: What we know

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 20:17:13 GMT

Uber's disclosure that hackers accessed the personal information of 57 million riders and drivers last year, a breach it didn't disclose publicly until Tuesday, adds new potential legal woes for the already troubled company. At the time of the breach, Uber paid hackers $100,000 to destroy the data and did not tell regulators or users that their information was stolen.




The Essentials You Need to Know to Set up an Effective...

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 17:55:34 GMT

Find out how to set up a remarketing campaign in your Google AdWords account so you can reach out again to every person who visits your website, long after they've left. and suddenly noticed an ad there for the espresso maker you were looking at on Amazon a few days ago? That's no coincidence.




18 Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:32:29 GMT

This year saw the release of new technologies like Google Home and the iPhone X. Digital advertising expanded gains made last year over television advertising, and markets rewarded brands that bet big on innovation and customer service . As 2018 approaches, there are a number of new marketing trends poised to make a significant impact on go-to-market strategy.




Hashtag Trending - Net neutrality could be repealed in the US, Google is tracking Android users

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 15:32:28 GMT

The Federal Communications Commission is looking to repeal net neutrality, Google is collecting location data from Android users behind the scenes, and RBC is opening an artificial intelligence research lab in Montreal. The big story trending on Twitter today is news that the US FCC is introducing a proposal that will repeal net neutrality, which is the notion that all types of data online should be delivered equally, without being blocked, slowed down, or otherwise tampered with by an internet service provider.




Russia will retaliate against Google if it down-ranks RT and Sputnik

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 13:12:44 GMT

Just hours after it was revealed Google will be down-ranking stories from the Kremlin-owned media properties Russia Today and Sputnik , Russia has announced that it will retaliate against the search giant if it carries through with its plans, Reuters reports . Alexander Zharov, the head of Russian media regulator Roskomnadzor, told Interfax that his agency sent a letter to Google on Tuesday requesting clarification on their intentions.




Screenshot from official Google Pixel 2 ad - " Made By Google/ YouTube

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 08:39:32 GMT

Following Pixel which was released back in 2016, Google released a new device on October 19 and promised that it features "the best of Google's hardware, software and AI", according to the Telegraph. Google's Pixel 2 promises "the best smart-phone camera in the world" based on recent tests done at DxOMark Image Labs, with an image stabilization technology which will make sure none of your future shots are shaken.




YouTube returns to Amazon's Echo Show with a new (and improved) look

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 04:19:31 GMT

Amazon's Echo Show smart home speaker was dealt a major blow in September when Google removed the device's ability to play videos from YouTube. Now, it looks as though the matter has been resolved.




Porn, rolling a joint, killing muslims, Literotica and the other...

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:26:54 GMT

Porn, rolling a joint, killing muslims, Literotica and the other bizarre things that people Google in the middle of the night A former Google data scientist has revealed what people are really looking for when they search the internet late at night - and what they found might surprise you. In an interview with VICE Dr Seth Stephens-Davidowitz explained what people are really searching for - from the sweet to the disturbing.




Google is tracking Android users, even through disabled location services

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 18:39:11 GMT

In a move that would have George Orwell saying, "Ooh, that's a bit much," it turns out that Google has been tracking Android phone locations for the better part of a year - even if the owner has disabled location services and isn't using a carrier SIM card. An investigation by Quartz has shown that Android phones have been collecting the addresses of nearby cell towers and sending them back to Google since January, with no way to stop it short of permanently enabling Flight Mode.




GE hub connects its smart lights to Alexa and Google

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 14:07:31 GMT

When GE introduced its latest C-series smart light bulbs, the focus was on affordability -- as they talked directly to your phone through Bluetooth, you didn't need a bridge device. When GE introduced its latest C-series smart light bulbs, the focus was on affordability -- as they talked directly to your phone through Bluetooth, you didn't need a bridge device.




3 Ways to Boost Your Online Brand by Respecting Privacy

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 14:07:30 GMT

Consumers have soured on the trade in their personal data. A few companies are carving out a niche by rejecting Orwellian practices.