On Monday, August 15, 2011, came Google’s announcement that it is buying Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. for $12.5 billion approximately, making it Google’s largest acquisition. This shows that the internet giant is now serious about expanding and going beyond its core business interest to compete directly with other mobile
Facebook has managed to leapfrog MySpace by a mile and a double with over 700 million members, 157 million visitors in the month of May alone, and an ad revenue of $2.2 billion! How did it happen that a business which started in a Harvard dorm room overpowered and
Once again internet wars between Google and China continue to fuel the political cinders. A cyberattack has been launched by China with a breach of Gmail accounts of hundreds of high-profile individuals in several nations, or at least that is what the tech giant claimed on June 1, 2011.
Google\’s new +1 buttonGoogle has taken its commitment to making its searches user-friendly to another level with the introduction of a new “+1” feature that is currently in the experimental mode. Appearing in quick succession after the implementation of their “website blocking” service, this one (similar to the Facebook
Apart from introducing the new criteria of “relevant content” in its algorithm, Google has come up with a new feature that will enable users to block websites they don’t want, in their search results. The feature has already been implemented and will soon be available for usage worldwide. Try