Google Began Testing a New “Mobile First” Version in its Search Index

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Now, Google has begun to experiment with one of its biggest changes to look for in Google search. The company began testing a new “mobile first” version of its search index, which means that the company will prioritize mobile content in search results. First, a refresher on how Google Search works: Google bots crawl the web to keep track of more than 60 trillion web pages and links to...

Google Start Rolling Out AMP Pages in India

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Google started the implementation of its faster Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for mobile search results in India. Previously, only the news page will show format with AMP carousel appears at the top of mobile search results. Google now covers all the web pages and sites in India, and it will start to rolling out in these pages in the near future. Google says that the AMP page will not affect the search...

Google Now Shows Users University and School Information in Search Results

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Google is constantly tweaking its search results on the site to include more information, usually located deep within the websites, and now its search engine will surface colleges and universities data starting today. Now, when a user searches for schools using Google, the results page will display information taken from the US Department of Education’s College Scorecard. This includes the high...

Google Launches New Central Company Blog ‘Keyword’

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Google loves blogs. Not only because it bought ‘Blogger the blogging platform in 2003; the company also publishes the most companies related news on an ever-increasing number of blogs. Now there is a new central place to follow all these things: Keyword. Located actually pretty cool web domain “blog.google,” keywords will aggregate the Google News in one place – from new Street...

500 million of Yahoo User Accounts Has Likely Been Breached

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Yahoo officially¬†confirmed¬†on Thursday that the data of at least 500 million user accounts were stolen, confirming one of the biggest security threats ever after years of speculation through a statement on its website. Yahoo confirmed that the user information was stolen from the company’s network “at the end of 2014, the fact that it considered a state-sponsored actor.” The company...

Tumblr Added Apple’s Live Photos on the Web

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When Apple introduced the Live Photos last year it was a cool trick that lived only on Apple devices. Press down on a photo, and after a few seconds it automatically recorded as GIF images to play with sound. Although Live photos gradually become available for third-party applications such as Facebook, they have never been as universal as, say, GIFs. Now this format comes to the network of web for...

SoundCloud Go launches in Australia and New Zealand

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On Thursday, SoundCloud Go launches in Australia and New Zealand, where they collide with market incumbents, such as Spotify and Apple Music. For $11.99, or $12,99 NZ per month, users will have access to more than 135 million songs. Like its competitors, SoundCloud Go offers offline, without ads and listening with a free trial period. SoundCloud is a free service, long loved by young musical artists...

Google Chrome Will Disable Flash and Make HTML5 by Default

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Google announced on its Chrome blog that it will begin taking actions in September to disable the flash by default. Chrome 53 will block Flash and Chrome 55 in December will make HTML5 by default. For the only Flash-based Sites (which still exists), users will be prompted to install it. The reasons cited are not unexpected. Google brought HTML5 as “easily and quickly” for loading Web sites...

The Google self-driving car will show signs and signals?

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One day soon the doors of the Google self-driving car, cars to autonomous driving the search giant network, may show signs and signals useful for the other occupants of the road. This is exactly what has emerged as a new patent awarded to Google in recent days by the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) and entitled “pedestrian Notifications”. Already from the name of the...