A look at how Google evolved and changed its core businesses objectives along the years through their “ten things we know to be true” page
Two more new design tests by Google have been ‘spotted’: navigational changes and more mixture in the local results.
Google seems to have removed the social graph data which you could see about your social network without telling anyone.
New Google Tests have appeared, with the navigation now on top of the results instead of on the left.
Google+ is here to stay. Marketers should not be complaining about how it works, but should focus on how it can help them.
Whether you call it Google Products, Google Shopping or Froogle things are about to change in a BIG way, again! Google has always been seen as a level playing field where small and huge companies alike could compete on equal terms.
Eric Schmidt talks to Channel 4’s Krishnan Guru-Murthy and fields questions from the audience.
Google shows a ‘gay bar’ below the search bar when searching for “gay” or “gay marriage”. It seems like a political standpoint but isn’t because of current news.
Google is showing snippets of Google+ updates which point at articles on websites in the search results
Search engines have revolutionised the way we ask questions. Using Experian Hitwise data shows the top questions the UK was asking in May.