When Hannah Moore posted pictures of the stretch marks on her pregnant stomach, within minutes her photos were deleted and Moore’s Instagram account was shut down, citing a violation of the sites “nudity and violence” rules.
Google is making some major changes to how their search algorithm ranks websites when you search from your mobile device. Some tech analysts are calling it “Mobilegeddon”, but Larry Magid says there’s ways to make your site compliant.
Google is battening down the hatches after the European Union issued a formal list of grievances accusing the Mountain View-based company of abusing its power as the world’s most dominant search engine.
Bay Area Learning Centers Use ‘Moneyball’ Formula To Ensure Students Get Admitted To Top-Ranked Colleges
A Bay Area group of learning centers is using techniques more associated with baseball statistics to get students into the nation’s most competitive colleges.
How does Netflix decide between offering you the past seasons of ‘Breaking Bad’ or the latest Adam Sandler direct to DVD comedy? A select group of employees – who get paid to watch everything – help the company filter all of that content so that it can be matched to what you like.
Researchers Developing Portable Device That Detects U.S. Currency Vapors To Be Used By Border Patrol
An estimated $30 billion in U.S. currency is illegally smuggled into Mexico each year from the United States, but research is being done to help U.S. border-patrol agents sniff out the so-called dirty money.
Facebook is changing the way it decides what appears in your news feed. What some people may not realize is that they might not see every post their friends make in their News Feed.
Google says it recently overhauled the closely guarded formula that runs its influential Internet search engine to give better answers to the increasingly complex questions posed by Web surfers.