A new policy on adult content from Google means tons of old blogs, including one of mine, will be effectively deleted. Here’s why that is bad for the whole internet.
Bing: Google’s incompetent understudy.
Not that Skynet is here or anything but Skynet is totally here.
According to an online focus group questionnaire, Google is mulling a paid YouTube Kids product.
The 21st century is hard for everyone bae.
Inquiring minds need to know.
You do you, Autocomplete.
The internet personalities will conduct separate interviews with the president aimed at “tweens,” the social-minded crowd, and mothers.
Unstoppable eye twitch? Haven’t pooped in a week? Tasting pennies? Tell us about all the strange in your browser history.
IBM is an icon of the technology industry. Or at least it was.
Gmail services were partially restored to some Chinese users after a four-day outage.
According to Google’s top U.S. search lists for the year.
Welcome to the New York Public Library’s vault of strange questions. H/T Gothamist.
Bethany Mota can’t legally drink, but she’s already got a line with Aeropostale under her belt.
Se han dado a conocer las búsquedas de los latinoamericanos en Internet que demostraron que el Mundial lideró en la región.
The late comedian was followed by “World Cup,” “Ebola,” “Malaysia Airlines,” and “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.”
Only searches in Spanish were pulled, but they show that Ebola, selfies, and Chespirito were among the top searches.
The CEO of Quora and first chief technology officer of Facebook sits down with BuzzFeed News to talk about where Quora and the broader internet is headed in 2015.
Plankton, you should have just googled it!
Two years after Google settled a lawsuit for the same practices — installing software on Apple products that bypass cookie blockers — PointRoll reaches a multi-state settlement, BuzzFeed News reports exclusively.
As startups are moving in, longtime residents are being evicted at higher rates than ever before.
The Financial Times reported Sunday that the social networking giant is trying to gain traction in the workplace. Facebook did not immediately comment on the report.
It’s not as much porn as you would think.
That’s totally what a firefighter wears to work! All of these costumes come from the first page of Google results. These are our options.
Andy Rubin, who oversaw Google’s Android division until 2013, has left the company. The Wall Street Journal first reported the news.
It’s the company’s first earnings report after Alibaba went public. Naturally, all eyes are on Yahoo’s massive $35 billion stake in the Chinese Internet giant.
You’re not allowed to google it.
.SOY! Both Latinos and vegans feel a strong claim to the word. But does this new offering work?
Using data from Google Trends, it’s possible to estimate countries’ attention to the virus. A BuzzFeed News data analysis.