Microsoft Office 2016 is now available, and along with it comes a number of useful Bing search integrations.
Google will be forced to expand the European “right to be forgotten” ruling worldwide.
Google is taking issue with site owners who repeatedly violate Google’s Webmaster Guidelines.
Google+ links and reviews are no longer being included in search results, even in searches for specific business names.
Bing has announced that, as of October 1st, the company is shutting down Link Explorer.
Google is set to initiate its first ever lawsuit against a search marketing firm.
Google has been found guilty by Russian competition regulators of “abusing” its dominant position a market leader.
Google and Twitter are working together on their own ‘instant articles’ solution.
After months of speculation, Google finally announced on August 17 Android M’s it’s proper name: Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
Google has launched a dedicated Street View app, available on iOS and Android.
Google has added support for health conditions, now providing instant information on over 900 conditions.
Google as announced that, as of November 1st, sites with intrusive app download interstitials will be penalized
Google is again being accused of favoring its own properties in search results, this time by the Competition […]
Google search has the power to rig the 2016 election, or at least that’s what researchers believe.
Searching for notable public figure or brands now returns a stream of their latest tweets embedded in the search results pages.
ComScore’s latest search market share numbers are out, and the search giant Google is slightly less dominant than it was at this time last year.
Google has announced there’s a problem with reporting on indexed pages in Search Console. Here’s a workaround to the problem
The Information Commissioner’s Office has ordered Google to deindex more pages to remain in compliance with the ’right to be forgotten’ law.
Traffic from Google to Wikipedia is dropping and this trend is expected to continue, according to Wikpedia founder Jimmy Wales.
The New York Times aims to predict which stories will do well on social media with a bot that runs within popular messaging app Slack.