Facebook will shortly launch a new version of the social network, called ‘Facebook Zero’ for mobile Web users.
Google has recently announced that they are planning to build a new experimental high speed broadband network across a few locations in the U.S.A.
The recent exponential growth of social networks has led marketers to focus largely on this sector, as it is widely believed that users will trust the opinions of their friends easily. While this did actually happen, to begin with, a recent study by Edelman’s Trust Barometer, shows that things are now changing.
Microsoft and Facebook have worked together for a while now, and they have now decided to expand the scope of their working relationship.
About two months ago, when Yelp turned down an offer from Google, there had been speculation that Yelp had received a counter offer from Microsoft.
Undisclosed sources at Google have revealed to the New York Times that Google is planning to set up their own online store, to sell business applications.
Since Apple launched the iPad last week, their newly-turned rival, Google, certainly cannot afford to be far behind. There has been a lot of speculation lately about what the tablet version of Google’s Chrome OS will eventually look like when it is released. Google has now offered a first-hand look at it.
Google has now released Social Search in beta for all users. While this could mark the start of an exciting new era in organic search engine optimisation, there is one severe limitation to this feature.