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The company had known about the glitch since March but failed to inform the public.
It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that technology has taken over our lives. From sending emails via our Smartphones, to designing and programming with the laptop computers, to millions of smartphone apps available for download, down to the cable television in my living room with over 800 stations to choose from, the potency of tech is not slowing down but rather increasing by the day.
The Palestinian children that appear on Google's auto-generated album cover trusted me when we were playing under the olive trees that October day in 2010. Not only did Google Photos break that trust, it missed the essence of that afternoon and the reason for my trip entirely.
This is the age of technology. Let's not pretend we're not using our smartphones on the toilet.
The new version isn’t just an update. It’s lean, mean and completely redesigned.
Franklin Graham took to Facebook to announce he is moving his accounts to another bank to protest the Wells Fargo commercial featuring a lesbian couple. He is boycotting Tiffany's because they are selling wedding rings to gay couples. So is it safe to assume that he will be moving his Facebook and Twitter and Google and YouTube accounts to other media? Friendster, maybe?
You can get your hands on it now. But how new is it, really?
While there are certainly advantages associated with limiting your social media marketing to those sites where you know your audience tends to spend time, you should also consider that you could be missing potential business if you are not willing to consider alternative social media networks.
If you try to have a presence on too many networks, you dilute your efforts and end up delivering -- and receiving -- very little.
Too many businesses fail to do their research before diving into social media - and there are many ways to fail at social media. Follow these eight practices to set your business up for success on whatever platforms you decide to use.
Facebook, Google and Twitter all have different policies dealing with your digital afterlife. State laws are emerging in the social media afterlife world. That being said, here are 3 ways to plan your digital afterlife now.
As one of the most visited websites around the globe, with over 12 billion searches sent through its engine per month and owning 67.5 percent of the U.S. search market, Google can play a huge role in the popularity of your own site. Whether it's business-related or you're just trying to establish yourself as a presence and brand online.
Two words: Google Plus. In their annual summary of the biggest complaints about YouTube, Barely Political nails everything
Parents may feel helpless in the shadow of the world's biggest Internet company, but we all have the power to change this, even if Google continues to be unwilling to make things right. Until Google lives up to its own "Do no evil" motto, it's up to parents to protect children.
Did you hear the one about Google+ being dead, walking dead, on life support, in a coma, finished, going away, and kaput?
"There are few people with the courage and ability to start something like that and I am very grateful for all your hard
By now, many businesses recognize the advantages of social media: reach your audience for free or at a low cost, build your brand, and share your expertise.
Social media is moving at warp speed and most people who are charged with managing the content and distribution are not well equipped to handle the ever-changing social eco-system.
By the way, content marketing is dead. Didn't you hear? Check it out here. And another recent report, this one from Shareaholic