The director of product management at Groupon has hosted a de-indexing experiment, and the results are rather interesting with regards to 'direct' traffic and organic search - and specifically how analytics programs perceive them.
Gartner, the influential research and advisory company, has predicted that tablet sales will overtake those of traditional PCs by 2015. And technology companies such as Cisco say users will increasingly browse the net on mobile and tablet devices.
YouTube have launched a name-and-shame campaign of internet service providers, insisting that poor playback and buffering difficulties are down to internet service providers as opposed to themselves.
Facebook invests in video ads for the web and mobile with latest purchase LiveRail, a tech start-up with a real-time bidding platform.
The UK's search engine market share stats for June 2014 have been published by StatCounter Global Stats, showing small gains for the three major search engines.
Twitter has released its new service, mobile app promotion, to advertisers around the globe. The social media site hopes to show that its users are engaging, and that its site has business appeal.
Facebook has been accused of experimenting on users without permission, after it published the results of a study looking into how people responded emotionally to certain content.
Google has announced that it will remove author photos and Google+ circle counts from search results. How will this affect the future of the Authorship program and author rank?
Google makes its first move into virtual reality with the DIY head piece and app set designed for Androids - Cardboard.
Google has confirmed it will be rolling out a new feature to US advertisers that allows AdWords campaigns to be targeted at parents or non-parents.
Google has released its much awaited Glass device to the UK. Early adopters will pay £1000 for the device, while critics pose questions about its usefulness in its present form.
Streaming websites such as Spotify, Napster and Deezer will contribute to the official UK music chart from July 6, in a move designed to "future proof" the process.
Facebook went down for the first time in four years on Thursday morning, when users lost access to the site for nearly half an hour.
Google has introduced its Made in Code initiative in order to inspire more girls to code, study computer science and get more involved in creating technology.
YouTube is launching a paid-for music subscription service, but labels that don't agree to the terms could see their artist's videos removed from the site.
Google has published the results of a co-produced Ipsos MediaCT study, the results of which appear to show that the people who see a search ad retain stronger brand awareness.
Twitter lost two executives in one day last week, with the departures of COO Ali Rowghani and VP of Media Chloe Sladden. This is thought to be linked with the company's failure to hit user retention targets since its IPO last year.
RSS reader Feedly has been hit by a second cyber attack, potentially from the hacker attempting to extort money for the initial attack, which has caused the company to have to pull its service as it looks to fix the issue.
Google is set to acquire Skybox Imaging for $500m. The company builds small, low cost satellites capable of high definition images and videos - and potentially much more.
Google has said it wants to show searchers a generic notification which would inform them of any results that have been removed under the new and controversial right to be forgotten.
Cyber crime is costing the global economy around £265 billion every year, according to a new study from the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Facebook has addressed concern over the drop in organic reach experienced by many businesses, saying it is not an attempt to make more money, and stressing the importance of relevancy to users.
Google has included warning messages in its SERPs, where search results that contain faulty redirects to mobile homepages rather than specific mobile web pages are flagged to users.
The UK's search engine market share data for May 2014 has been published by StatCounter Global Stats, showing a slight dip for Google.
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom has defended the company's nudity policy following criticism from celebrities and advocators of the service.
Samsung will release a smartphone featuring its Tizen operating system, created in partnership with Intel.
In response to European Union court rulings, Google has set up a right to be forgotten webform where European citizens can request that links to information related to them are removed from search results.
Dr. Dre closer to becoming hip hop's first billionaire thanks to a $3bn deal for the star's music technology company, Beats Electronics.
Microsoft has unveiled a new audio translation feature for Skype, which means video calls can be instantly translated for easier communication.
Project Tango, a research and development effort at Google, has yielded another new piece of cutting edge hardware. The search engine giant has revealed a tablet with 3D camera technology.