A ruling in Canada’s Supreme Court will allow the country to force the removal of search results in Google.
Google’s redesigned version of Google News focuses on diverse perspectives, fact checked articles, and more control for users.
According to data obtained from various tracking tools, a significant Google algorithm update likely occurred on June 25.
Google has been fined $2.7 billion for giving an “illegal advantage” to its own services in search results.
Google’s Gary Illyes recently shared some advice on how to prepare for the impending mobile-first index.
Google’s Uptime, an experimental app that enables people to watch YouTube videos with friends, is now more widely available.
Later this year, Google will stop using information in Gmail to target personalized ads.
YouTube recently shared new statistics that show how engagement with the online video platform is rising, especially on mobile.
Google has quietly updated its content removal policies with a line that states it may now remove personal medical records.
Google has started compressing its display ads by up to 40% in an effort to improve page load times.
Google has officially rolled out Google Posts to all small businesses with a Google My Business listing.
A Google Analytics Project Manager has confirmed the new Google Analytics home screen is now available to 50% of users.
Google is expected to be hit with a fine of over 1 billion euros by antitrust officials in Europe.
Google is introducing four new measures for tackling extremist content on YouTube.
Bing Ads is releasing two new features via a pilot program that are designed to help advertisers reach ideal customers.
Google has officially released a single-page website builder designed for small businesses.