Google AdWords platform gets several new features which will allow marketers and advertisers to use new engaging ads, bidding strategies, and more.
Today Microsoft will withdraw technical support for its 2001 Windows XP operating system, used by 8 per cent of the population including public sector organisations.
Google's app indexing, which it announced last October, has been adopted by 24 high profile companies, including AOL, Booking.com, Expedia, The Huffington Post, Pinterest, Tumblr and Tripadvisor.
Google has expanded indexing Android app content worldwide. When first launched in December, the feature was only available in the US.
Google has expanded its Street View coverage once more and now includes the ancient Temples of Angkor in Cambodia.
The latest UK search engine market share stats for March 2014 have been published by visitor counter service StatCounter Global Stats, showing a gain for Google and a small loss for Bing.
The online dating site recalls Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's previous support of proposition 8, an anti gay law in California, to plead with its users to change their browser from Firefox.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is looking to launch an online video service to take on YouTube, and is starting by contacting the Google-owned site's big names to try and bring them over to her side.
Prime Minister of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has made the decision to block another social media network. Just days after preventing any access to Twitter, YouTube has now also been banned in the country.
Twitter users will soon be able to share four photos in one tweet, and tag up to 10 friends with new features.
Facebook has announced it is buying immersive virtual reality gaming company Oculus in a deal worth around $2bn, and promises gaming is just the beginning.
A study by Marin Software predicts mobile will lead in pay per click search ads by the end of the year.
User freedom could be in jeopardy if the US allows other governments or organisations to become involved in internet regulation, according to former President Bill Clinton.
The Turkish government has banned Twitter after a document reportedly incriminating the Prime Minister in a corruption scandal was made available to users.
Larry Page talks to Charlie Rose about Google's plans for the future including machine learning and project Loon.
Google has announced the launch of Android Wear, an extension of its popular OS designed for wearable devices. The first smartwatches are set to launch later this year, with an app developer kit coming soon.
A new power structure will take control over the internet from US government and transfer it to individuals and businesses. It follows from years of activism by civil groups and from the efforts of whistle blowers like Edward Snowden.
In a bid to prevent the surveillance of online activity by governments and other official bodies, Google has started to encrypt searches in China.
Matt Cutts has confirmed that Author Rank is used by Google, and particularly comes into play within its section dedicated to in-depth articles within search results.
Children are to be taught the importance of cyber security as the UK faces lack of skills and awareness in defending itself from cyber-attacks.
Google is facing a class action lawsuit over children making unauthorised in-app purchases; similar problems cost Apple $32.5m earlier this year.
Google rolls out new AdWords customer ratings annotations which it believes should have a positive effect on click through rates for businesses of all kinds.
The search engine has said it will continue to challenge a legal ruling that has seen a controversial video taken down from YouTube after a copyright claim from one of its actors.
Google has requested that users fix any duplicate business listings that have arisen as the search giant upgrades local businesses to the new Google Places dashboard.
The latest UK search engine market share data published by StatCounter Global Stats reveals that in February 2014, Google saw a slight dip in volume while Bing enjoyed an increase.
Google webspam chief Matt Cutts takes a detailed look at paid links, including how to identify those which have been paid for using something other than money.
In an effort to increase internet access in developing countries, Facebook looks to make a deal with Titan Aerospace, an innovator of drone technology.
The 2014 Oscars ceremony saw many viewers once again using social media as a 'second screen' during the event, with over two million retweets for a celebrity snap from host Ellen DeGeneres.
A series of cyber attacks which led to the shutdown of Mt. Gox has resulted in an outcry from investors over the solvency of the exchange.
Matt Cutts has addressed writing styles in his most recent Webmaster Help Video. He has addressed whether it is more valuable to go for more simple or technical content, and how to get writing to appear in the search engine results pages.