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Google Auto Insurance Quote Comparison Tool Goes Live In California

03/05/2015, We heard a few weeks back that Google might bring over its auto insurance quote comparison tool, which is already available to users in the United Kingdom, across the pond to the United States. The company didn’t confirm or deny this at the time but...

Animated Ad Pins Coming To Pinterest

03/04/2015, In September 2013 Pinterest launched a beta program which showed users promoted pins from a selected group of advertisers in category feeds and search results. This was part of CEO Ben Silbermann’s monetization strategy for the online service which...

Netflix Goes Down Under Later This Month

03/03/2015, Netflix is one of the most popular online video streaming services that operates in a handful of markets. The company isn’t as strict about blocking users from outside of supported markets like some of its rivals, Hulu is a good example, so Netflix...

Google+ Splits Into Google Photos and Streams

03/02/2015, There is a new sheriff in town, Bradley Horowitz, a seasoned Google vice president of product has just announced via Google+ (of course), that he will take on the new lead position for Google Photos and Streams; two products the outcome of the Google+...

Mobile-Friendly Sites Will Rank Higher On Google From Next Month

03/01/2015, If you run a website then this news is very important for you and your business. Google has confirmed that it is now going to take into account whether or not a website is mobile-friendly when indexing for its search engine. Basically this means that...

Facebook Steps Up Its Suicide Prevention Support

02/26/2015, For those of you are still in the dark, since 2011, Facebook has been playing a role in curbing suicidal risk among its 1 billion users. However, the method of conducting has been rather extensive if not lengthy deemed by many. Previously, concerned...

Google And Facebook Chat Being Removed From Outlook.com

02/25/2015, Outlook.com users take note. Microsoft has confirmed today that it is going to remove both Google and Facebook chat from its email service “within the next couple of weeks.” The company made this announcement through an email that was sent out...

Google Testing Out Live Chat With Businesses From Search Results

02/25/2015, Say you’re looking for a retail store or you’re trying to find a restaurant that suits your dietary needs. One of the ways to go out finding out more information is to either check out their website, send them an email, or call them, but if for some...

Google No Longer Allows Sexually Explicit Content On Blogger

02/24/2015, Blogger is a popular, and free, blogging platform owned by Google. It was one of the few platforms that were used for hosting sexually explicit content since Google didn’t stop users from doing so, Tumblr is another popular venue for such content,...

Imgur Adds Topics To Make Exploration Easier

02/19/2015, Internet darling Imgur is the go-to place for image and .gif hosting and browsing it is a true serendipitous experience. Fire up the app or open Imgur on the computer and with each click of the next button something new pops up, it might be a funny cat...

Dropbox Users Can Get 100GB Free OneDrive Storage

02/19/2015, Microsoft often runs promotions to bring new users to its OneDrive cloud storage service. The company competes with the likes of Box and Dropbox in this market and one of the easiest ways to entice users to join is by offering free storage. Microsoft...

YouTube Reportedly Working On A Subscription Which Removes All Ads

02/19/2015, YouTube recently launched a subscription service called Music Key and it is reportedly working on another subscription service but that one will be very different from Music Key. Apparently the world’s largest video streaming website is trying out a...

You Can Now Find Out Whether UK GCHQ Spied On You

02/16/2015, The UK’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal recently ruled that before December 2014 GCHQ, UK’s electronic spying agency,  had acted illegally by obtaining data from the National Security Agency’s surveillance dragnets. Following the ruling...