Yesterday, the Google+ Help Page alerted its G+ followers that Hangouts on Air have a new look. The […]
We first alerted you to the coming iteration of the new NEW Myspace last fall when the preview […]
As we reported to you last November, Facebook has been working on a redesign of Timeline away from […]
Last week was a banner business moment for search giant, Google. The Federal Trade Commission ruled to drop […]
Today is a big day, it is New Year’s Eve and many celebrate by drinking and/or using substances […]
Fed up with Google’s continual changing of the rules? Worn out by all mixed messages they send? Sick […]
Happy Christmas Eve SEJ readers! Like many other search & tech blogs, we’ve been doing write ups on […]
I am back temporarily. I will be helping out at SEJ until a new editor can be found […]
“Looking for the best cookies in Santa Monica, CA? Drop an iPad 3 off at Sarah’s house and […]
Defining the various disciplines that makeup a communications company or effort is not something many media outlets undertake to do […]
Beginning December 17, 2012, Google’s new Director of Engineering is Ray Kurzweil, a renowned futurist whose affinity for […]
In the latest from the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT 2012) in Dubai, the US, Canada, and the […]
Google has made a significant change to the way its mobile ads work, in order to remedy the so-called “Fat Finger” problem of users accidently clicking on ads while browsing on their phones.
First we had Twitter, followed shortly after by Google, and now today Facebook has joined the party with its own retrospective end of year review page, only this time with a unique, personal take for each and every user.
Great news for iPhone users: as of today, they will no longer have to put up with a world of missing towns and villages, melting highways, and shops located in rivers, for the world’s most popular, most reliable map app – Google Maps – has finally risen from the ashes.
The mighty promoter of the free Internet for all, freedom of expression and the like, has made a […]
Let’s begin here with a question: “What happens when you do a quick search for yours or your […]
Google has just compiled its 12th annual Zeitgeist — its list of top global trending searches for the year — and guess what? Somehow, the search term “Gangnam Style” didn’t make it to the top of the pile.
The 12-day World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) being held in Dubai has some proponents of a so-called free […]
WordPress has just been updated to version 3.5, packing a whole host of new features for both developers and users of the popular blogging platform, whilst the UI has also been given a slight tweak with a more minimalistic feel.