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Google’s “Doodle” artworks have become known for their whimsical take on holidays or noteworthy historical events. On Tuesday, the search giant announced the start of its seventh annual Doodle 4 Google contest, which invites school-age children to submit a special doodle based on the theme, “if I could invent one thing to make the world a better place.”
In response to an article published by Geekwire.com, Long Island marketing firm fishbat explains how small businesses can use Twitter just like the big boys. Bohemia,
CibosApp, LLC announced today that their flagship mobile application, Cibos, is now available and free to download in both iOS and Android app stores.
Research Shows Twitter is Now the Leading Platform for Inbound Customer Requests NEW YORK, January 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Socialbakers, a worldwide leader in
The Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has taken responsibility for hacking the Microsoft Office Blog only hours after the release of a redesign of the blog.
Twitter has tweaked its look and feel to be more like its iOS and Android apps.
Digital marketing leader reveals its 10 most popular infographics of 2013. VIRGINIA BEACH, Va., Jan.
Founded in April 2013 and officially launching this week, Jelly is part Q&A, part social connection app and part crowd sourcing search engine. The basic premise is that users can snap a photo of something and ask a question about it, submitting it to their friends and extended social networks for answers.
While African Americans are still less likely to use the Internet than their white counterparts, nearly three-fourths currently have at least one social media account, according to the results of a new Pew Internet & American Life Project poll.