Mobile search inquiries have surpassed desktop search queries on Google, and Google is switching to mobile-first indexing. This may have a big impact on how effective your mobile content’s SEO is.
Pantone has long been at the forefront for setting color trends in digital design, and 2017 will be no different.
Don’t expect to see Facebook’s Snapchat-like additions to end any time soon. Next on the horizon are what Facebook dubs “location frames,” which are essentially the same as Snapchat’s geofilters.
Whether you’re looking to create your own app or just want to see what’s trending, Proto.Io shares its top 50 mobile apps of 2016.
If you thought flip phones were a thing of the past, think again, but these ones will be smartphones instead.
Facebook page links have been popping up in Instagram profiles, along with additional updates to Facebook and other social platforms.
In an unintended update to iOS users early Friday morning, Twitter users were able to reply to tweets without using the @ symbol to tag people. This change also enabled people to tag an unlimited number of users, resulting into much unwanted spam. The change has since been reverted and Twitter tweeted out a response thanking users for their feedback.
Google has added a new automatic feature for anyone who tweets an emoji at them–a customized recommendation for recipes and restaurants. This makes for interesting implications on how Google selects its recommendations–will websites need to integrate emojis (or at least emoji language) as part of their SEO strategy?
The Samsung phone model has been recalled, and soon a software update will prevent the phone from charging and functioning properly.
Snapchat says they intentionally made their app unintuitive to encourage person-to-person interaction so users can help each other learn how to use the ephemeral social platform, creating memorable offline experiences.
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