Sprint’s attempt to takeover Clearwire and save its unlimited monthly data plans is in the balance following reports that some of the wireless service provider’s shareholders had dismissed the carrier’s offer of $2.90 a share as one that “grossly undervalues the company.”
Facebook has just begun trading for the first time as the latest member of the exclusive Nasdaq 100 Index, stirring hopes among investors that the social media site’s stock value could be in for another lift. However, things didn’t pan out that way immediately, with Facebook’s stock price tumbling down to $27.60 a share, down 1.4% from its starting point this morning.
Local business search engine YP.com has announced its end of year report, revealing its latest trends about what consumers are searching for as the holiday season nears.
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.
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.
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.
It’s being reported that Google is close to reaching a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regarding its long running anti-trust investigation.
Bing’s latest effort to get one over on Google has seen it decide to imitate rather than innovate, adding a new feature to its snapshot sidebar that seems to imitate Google’s hand Knowledge Graph feature.
Facebook fell flat on its face last night when the site became inaccessible to vast numbers of users across the net, just hours after Google had pulled off a similar trick.
Google seems to be getting into the Christmas spirit a little bit earlier than usual, offering a huge bargain for anyone looking to get their hands on a dirt cheap laptop. A brand, spanking new Samsung Series 5 Chromebook could be yours for the rock-bottom price of just $99 — a staggering $150 off the regular price of $249!
Rumors are surfacing that Google might be ready to migrate its predictive search service Google Now away from Android and make it available to all users of its Google Chrome browser. According to a post on the Chromium blog last week, developers have installed a “skeleton” for Google Now, which is the first towards integrating its notifications into the browser.
No more free apps from Google! The company has just announced some significant changes to Google Apps for Business that means users can no longer sign up to the service for free.
With the festive season just around the corner and the spirit of sharing entering into our thoughts, Google has just added a new community focused feature to its Google+ social network, which it says will help bring people together to share their interests even more.
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A highly publicized UN conference on the future of the internet kicked off in Dubai yesterday, amidst warnings from organizations led by Google and Microsoft that the talks could lead to the end of the World Wide Web as we know it.
A solid understanding of localization is now critically important for any company looking to drive into international markets. […]