Google, the searh engine giant, is now planning to roll out new features to help companies use its social network.
According to the director of product management of Google Clay Bavor, the company is taking a major phase in entering in such big endeavor and bringing in Google+.
It was in June 2011 when Google introduced its social network Google+. However, they have not catered businesses, saying that they want to focus on consumer experience first before developing business-oriented features.
But in October 2011, the company has created its own social network available through Google Apps for its enterprise customer. . . . → Read More: Google eyeing business-oriented customers
Users of Google’s Gmail service once again stumbled on some errors preventing them from accessing their email accounts on Tuesday afternoon but as soon as the search engine giant received the report, it was fixed right away.
“The problem with Google Mail should be resolved,” according to Google in a note on its Apps Status Dashboard. “Please rest assured that system reliability is a top priority at Google, and we are making continuous improvements to make our systems better.”
The search engine giant first identified the issue around 12:40 p.m. EST, stating that the . . . → Read More: Gmail Service Interruption Now Resolved
Google said that Facebook hit 1-trillion page views for the month of June.
However, that astounding quantity on Facebook’s traffic is just what’s served up by the DoubleClick Ad Planner rankings of Google, which compile data on Web traffic “from a variety of sources including anonymized, aggregated Google Toolbar data” and information from DoubleClick ad management service of Google.
Certainly, there is a Web traffic that takes place without the eyes of Google peering in and it is safe to say that Facebook is past the Google DoubleClick month estimate.
Facebook had . . . → Read More: Google Says Facebook Reaches One Trillion Page Views in June
Google is developing into becoming your external hard drive of your brain. According to a latest research, the regular use of search engine and online reference materials is affecting the way users remember and collect information.
The study, guided by Betsy Sparrow at Columbia University, tested subjects in a sequence of four tests aimed at assessing how people recall pieces of trivia. The first round of trials discovered that subjects were less likely to consider something if they believed they would be able to simply retrieve it from a computer afterward. One more trial illustrated that . . . → Read More: Effects of the Internet on Your Brain
A latest search engine that tries to utilize human contribution to purify search outcomes, named Blekko (a practical ecommerce platform that can provide excellent information that can help webmasters or site owners increase traffic to their sites) to be open a public beta soon.
The Blekko.com location applies what the location calls “slashtags”: a curated list of sites around a specified subject. Consumers are able to produce the locations, and as well exercise them as a search modifier to merely search surrounded by them.
Google and Microsoft’s Bing will be acquiring by Blekko, . . . → Read More: Latest Search Engine is called Blekko