President Donald Trump erroneously stated in an emergency address that Google is building a coronavirus testing website.
Twitter is back with more tips on writing effective tweets, this time with a focus on announcing new products.
YouTube is rolling out an update to its mobile app which replaces one of its most frequently visited sections.
YouTube is backtracking on a decision made weeks ago to demonetize content about the coronavirus.
Twitter provides guidance to businesses on how to best tweet about coronavirus as the situation becomes more serious each day.
Google is rolling out new knowledge panels in the UK that display information from the NHS directly in search results.
As concerns around coronavirus continue to mount, internet advertising giants Google and Facebook prohibit ads for medical face masks.
Reddit is launching an ad unit which is familiar to anyone who’s seen Twitter’s takeover ads in the ‘trending’ section.
Google Ads is rolling out new options for portfolio bid strategies, making them compatible with more types of smart bidding.
Google provided advice on what businesses should do with their Google My Business listings if they’re affected by COVID-19.
Google has made an adjustment to the photo and video content policy for Google My Business listings.
Google Ads is rolling out a new set of attribution reports which are said to be simpler and more intuitive.
As Google prepares to switch all sites to mobile-first indexing, the company confirms 70% of sites have already moved over.
Twitter confirmed it’s testing a new feature, called Fleets, which is similar to Instagram and Snapchat stories.
Google’s Daniel Waisberg stated that sites don’t necessarily need sitemaps unless they fall into one of three categories.
YouTube is upgrading its analytics capabilities, allowing creators to compare multiple metrics side-by-side for the first time.
YouTube recently launched several new features that give creators access to more data, as well as more control over ads.
Google is updating its Google Ads mobile app with new optimization score features and a new dark mode option.
Results of a national tech survey find that a relatively small percentage of people are aware Facebook owns Instagram.
An update to Facebook Messenger that is “faster, smaller, and simpler” is rolling out to users over the coming weeks.