Google Offers is now available as a mobile app for Android phones. The Google Mobile Blog describes this app as an app that will “allow users to discover, buy and redeem their favourite deals on the go.”
Google has announced, just this week, that they will now display ads at the bottom of the search engine results page.
The latest State of The Mobile Web report from Opera focuses on the habits of users of different mobile operating systems. The study finds that users of different operating systems have different mobile browsing habits.
First they blocked Google search, driving the world’s most popular search engine out of the country, now the Chinese authorities seem to have set their sights on Google Android.
LinkedIn, the popular social networking site for professionals, allows users to follow the progress and developments of companies they are interested in. A new feature has now been introduced that allows companies to post status updates to their followers.
Facebook now has over 800 million users, which is more than the entire online population of Europe and North America. Just like everyone else, Facebook is looking for new ways to make more money. Advertising is the most obvious way for a free service to earn revenues, and they’re creating new ad formats to drive up revenues in the near future.
A study conducted recently by Juniper Research has found that the sales of tablet devices is set to go up by leaps and bounds.
Facebook announced a number of new features at the f8 conference last week. While most of them are very good and improve the overall experience, users need to be very careful with the new auto-share feature.
Research recently carried out by Google has found that different computing devices are commonly used at varying times of the day.
Microsoft launched Bing Deals back in April of this year. They’ve now re-launched the service in an attempt to once again try and break into the daily deals market.
When Microsoft first introduced Bing as their new search engine, they had said that Bing was more than just a search engine. According to them it was a “decision engine”. They have now gone a step further to make this statement a reality by introducing ‘Action Buttons’.
Microsoft recently conducted a study in conjunction with MEC to study the behaviour of the pre-family man in the Asia-Pacific region, in order to ascertain how they respond to different digital devices.