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Sofiann McKerrell
28th Apr, 2016
dna molecules digital data storage
Microsoft is investing in an advanced and high-tech way of storing data for the long-term with synthetic DNA. The company has asked synthetic biology start-up Twist Bioscience to custom-create strands of DNA with a specific sequence of letters that the company has provided. One gram of DNA can hold about 1 Zettabyte of data with an almost infinite shelf life.
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Sofiann McKerrell
26th Apr, 2016
gmail setup with exchange
Google is updating Gmail app on Android to add support for Microsoft Exchange on all devices. Exchange will now be added to a list of email accounts that Gmail supports, which users can just add to their mobile app. The move serves to remedy one of the app’s shortcomings, and make Gmail a well-rounded email option. Google also updated Drive on the web, adding a notification function on Chrome.
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Sofiann McKerrell
21st Apr, 2016
amp powered pages
AMPlified articles are making their way to Google’s mobile site and Weather and Google News apps. The updated version will show a carousel of AMP-backed stories that people can open and navigate quickly with just a swipe. The move is seen to increase mobile clicks and encourage publishers that have yet to adapt AMP. AMP-backed version of Google News is available in the English US edition, for now.
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Sofiann McKerrell
19th Apr, 2016
google play music integrate podcast
Google has added a new podcast section in Google Play Music for easy distribution of podcast episodes and to expose people to the medium. Shows will be delivered in a contextual manner the same way music is presented to users. Podcasts are provided based on a user's interest and preferences. The new section is now available to Android users. iOS users would have to wait.
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Sofiann McKerrell
14th Apr, 2016
quick action windows 10
Microsoft is working to introduce improvements and better features in the Windows 10 Redstone build for both mobile and PCs. The changes aim to improve user experience, going as far as introducing a new collection of emojis that are unlike those available in Android and iOS. With Redstone still under development, users can expect more improvements in the near future.
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Sofiann McKerrell
13th Apr, 2016
google penalty
Google’s mass manual action on outbound links over the weekend turns out to be related to the warning that the search giant issued to bloggers exchanging links for products or services a few weeks ago. The unnatural outbound links are considered a means to manipulate PageRank, which is a direct violation of Google's Webmaster Guidelines. Non-compliance results in discounted trust on site links.
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Sofiann McKerrell
11th Apr, 2016
facebook ads
Facebook has updated their branded content policy and ads policy, and offers a new tool that publishers and influencers can use to tag a marketer each time they post a branded content. The move aims to extend a company's branded content business on the social networking site, ensure content attracts multiple views, and leverage paid ads and sponsored posts.
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Yana Krotova
5th Apr, 2016
google review interface
Google has revamped restrictions on leaving local reviews, removing the Google+ requirement and updating the interface for a simpler and more convenient way to leave reviews. Any type of Google account will be accepted as a ticket to review local businesses while on the search results screen or Google Maps.
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Yana Krotova
31st Mar, 2016
domain google
Image Source: https://plus.google.com/+GoogleBusiness/posts/T4Q15iwAfK3?cfem=1 Google announced a release of new domain name endings, along with the news that Google Domains has moved to domains.google. This is following the company’s adoption of a new top-level domain (TLD), .google. People who want to get a unique URL through the search giant's domain-name buying service now has to visit domains.google, or will be redirected to the new site. The same thing is true for anyone visiting google.com/domain or domains.google.com. Only Google can use the .google domain for their own...