I haven't noticed until now that Google Analytics happens to be one of the last Google products that isn't using SSL by
As many of you know by now, Rap Genius was recently penalized by Google
Spotted via twitter, Google are testing out ads on knowledge graph.
The example makes sense to me. You are looking for x car then why not show a local dealer who has the car?
Android 4.3 originally shipped with a privacy feature that allowed users to pick and choose what data an app could collect on a device.
Google has made changes to the way they display images in Gmail. Images are now displayed in messages automatically.
Dr. Pete from good old Moz put up a great post about the 2014 Domain Gold Rush that is about to happen.
Sometimes I think we all take for granted the power & physical space it takes to run Google.
Here is a great image gallery of Google's Data Centers:
It appears Google is now looking at taking all that data they have on you and using it to inform the updates / actions of some kind of social meda automation spam software with one of
It seems that Google announcing a new Knowledge Graph results are becoming more frequent.
Recently I've shared an indepth look into how Google Now Topics Gives You Insight into Hummingbird Update by @ajkohn.
Google is currently developing a new security platform called, U2F (Universal 2nd Factor).
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AJ gives a very detailed overview of Google Now Topics page and have cool observations worth looking into:
[Warning that page is NSFW and NSFK but so true]
This is a motherf*cking website.
I don't think I can even comment on this...
Gregory Ferenstein recently posted "Google's Cerf Says 'Privacy May Be An Anomaly'.
There's a fun thread going on Google's products forum: "
Yahoo! is hoping to get about $4 million for a chunk of domains they've dropped on domain market SEDO.
This is very interesting!
Here's an interesting result I stumbled across yesterday. I couldn't recall a standard supported Rich Snippet that could have caused this display...
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