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Google Dedicates Engineering Team To Accelerate Development Of WordPress Ecosystem

Much has been invested by Google in regards to shaping the architecture of the web, working with developers, the open-source community and the SEO community to ensure adoption of technologies and practices as part of its mission “to contribute to the prevalence of a healthy, flourishing, and vibrant web.” Google recently partnered with open-source content management system [...]

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Yahoo Parent Sues Mozilla For Replacing It With Google As Firefox Default Search

About three years ago, Yahoo and Mozilla announced that Yahoo would be the default search engine on Firefox in the US.  The relationship ended up ended early When the much-improved Firefox Quantum browser released last month by Mozilla, with Google as the default search provider. Now, Oath (Verizon), Yahoo's parent company, has chosen to sue Mozilla for breach of contract.  According [...]

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Apple Switches Back To Google Search Results For iOS & Mac

After serving Bing search results over the last few years, Apple has switched back to using Google for their search results needs in both iOS and their MAC operating system, TechCrunch reports.  Both Google and Apple spokespersons confirmed this with Search Engine Land through email. The search the web" results that you receive in both search interfaces [...]

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Report: Google Ending ‘First Click Free’ To Help Publishers Boost Subscriptions

According to a Wall Street Journal report (registration required), Google is in the works to end its "first click free" (FCF) program, which provides users access to content behind publisher subscription paywalls when they click through from Google results.  The move is intended to help boost subscription rates. According to the report, Google is going to allow [...]

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Yahoo Search Testing Google Powered Search Results

There is confirmation from Yahoo that it's doing some testing with Google's search results, which is something that is now allowed under the renegotiated deal with Microsoft.  Before the renegotiation, Yahoo depended on the search results from Microsoft's Bing search engine.But now that Yahoo has renegotiated the deal back in April, there are more possibilities for the company. [...]

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What Signals From Twitter Does Google Care About?

Remember back in February of this year when we got the news of the Google-Twitter deal?  Well, ever since then, we haven't heard a single thing about it since then  All we know is that Twitter has given Google access to Twitter's "firehose" of live tweet data.  That's it.  This information was the only info that [...]

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