Twitter launched a new ad unit today designed to drive more back and forth conversation between businesses and Twitter users.
Reports say Twitter will be increasing the length of tweets from 140 characters to 10,000 characters.
As of January 1st, Bing powers AOL’s web, mobile, and tablet search.
Google’s John Mueller has confirmed via a comment on Google+ there’s no loss in link signals when moving from HTTP to HTTPS.
You’ll notice an addition to Google’s normally clean and simple home page — links to the company’s suite […]
Former Yandex employee reportedly steals and attempts to sell source code information to fund his startup.
Yahoo announces changes to its mobile search experience.
Privacy-focused search engine, DuckDuckGo, grew by a considerable amount in 2015
A filter has been added to Search Console for tracking impressions of “Install App” buttons.
Google will now index a site’s HTTPS pages by default, even if an HTTP equivalent exists.
In addition to games and videos, Google’s 11th annual Santa Tracker can even teach you a bit of basic coding.
Facebook makes some significant changes to its real-name policy.
Google is finally bringing some useful features from its Android app to iOS users.
YouTube has introduced a ‘Trending’ tab that will surface viral videos in real time.
Google announced its plans to roll out accelerated mobile pages in February 2016
Facebook has released a new set of tools designed for better communication with Pages
WordPress has released version 4.4 of its content management system
Google has doubled the amount of structured information that can be shown with text ads.
According to the Facebook Newsroom, this new feature will allow users to share streaming videos they are seeing in real-time.
To share a live video, click “Update Status” and then look for the “Live Video” icon, next to the photo, tag, and emoticon options on your iPhone. The icon appears as a person with two rings around their head.
Today, the company confirmed a new streaming mobile ad feature. This new feature will allow users to access a short 60-second or less version of an app that will respond to taps just like the full app. According to Sissie Hsiao, Google’s new head of product for mobile ads, the goal of this new feature is to help app developers find the right users.