forum — December 18, 2014 - 10:35
Google launched their mobile friendly label in the snippets of the mobile search results. It officially launched three-weeks ago, but on Dec 10, that label became international.
The mobile-friendly label in the Google mobile search results is now accessible in all languages and localized versions of Google mobile search. Google explained on Google+ that the label is now available for all languages.
Mobile label on Google is available on languages, but you should soon be able to see it globally in any local version of Google mobile search.
saranivasan — December 5, 2014 - 11:23
Google is really getting serious about selling Google Apps for Work, its Microsoft Office killer, to other businesses. It is rolling out an improved, more complicated program to attract partners, called "resellers," to help it sell. And one big thing it will do is paying its most successful resellers a better commission. For resellers that sell further, Google will now provide them a better commission.
Microsoft has a world-class project sales force and partner plan, and many customers who are locked into composite, multi-year enterprise contracts recognized as enterprise agreements.
forum — November 6, 2014 - 12:47
Google continues to develop its Maps for mobile. It has gone well beyond the basic local search and navigation product it once was and become an increasingly complicated local discovery tool with an array of content types and better functionality.
Now Google has made Maps more actionable with Open Table reservations and Uber pickup and cost estimates built into the app. For the Uber functions to work users must have the Uber app pre-installed
Srinivasan — September 5, 2014 - 18:05
If you’ve missed the news somehow, or were lucky enough to be spared from its effects, Google rolled out a new update known as Pigeon, to the local algorithm on July 24th.
saranivasan — August 22, 2014 - 18:09
Google Search App is now truly multilingual and users can select up to five languages for simultaneous recognition. Around the world millions of people are multilingual or partly so. In the US, survey data reflect that 20 percent of the inhabitants speak more than one language at home. But in what I imagine is something of a speech recognition breakthrough Google’s search app can now recognize commands and queries in multiple languages concurrently.