Believe it or not, Google is losing its dominance in the world of search. Market researcher Statcounter recently revealed that Google’s share of traffic in U.S., with the exception of mobile devices, has declined to 75.3% in December 2014 from 77.5% in November 2014. The news comes after the Firefox browser dropped Google search and
Facebook announced this week that it will be joining forces with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to issue detailed Amber Alerts on its social network. The alerts will be available to users on both their desktop PCs as well as mobile devices. The system will be regionalized and directed only to users
On Friday January 9, 2014, Mark Zuckerberg shared a post on his Facebook page in which he vowed to protect the freedom of speech of all Facebook users. In the post, Zuckerberg also shared his own experience with terrorism and extremism in Pakistan. The CEO of the largest social network in the world believes that
Public Relations communication is an essential part of Twitter marketing. Understanding how to be a good communicator on social media can be an important productivity tool, one that many people neglect to understand. Poor communication can often lead to disastrous results; lost time, frustrated customers and loss in sales and conversions. In order to be
Yesterday, midway through a season of inconsistent play, Maple Leaf’s coach Randy Carlyle was let go. Maple Leafs General Manager called it the toughest decision he’s ever made, but necessary. It came as no shock to some Maple Leaf fans, though. This year, the Leafs are actually doing worse defensively than they did last season.
Social media is a curse and a blessing. For several female students at Dalhousie University, however, it was a curse. They have become the victims of hateful misogynist comments in a contentious Facebook group with the name “Class of DDS 2015 Gentlemen”. The group consists of male members only. The 4th year dentistry students held
Is Internet Explorer dead? It seems that Microsoft is moving towards pulling the plug on their browser. Microsoft plans to launch an all-new default browser with Windows 10 that will compete with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The new browser will not be dubbed Internet Explorer 12. Currently, Microsoft execs are calling it the Spartan