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Facebook  is testing a new feature that aims to keep users inside its platform when they’re looking for factual information they would otherwise turn to Google or Wikipedia to find. The company confirmed to TechCrunch it’s now piloting an updated version of Facebook Search that displays factua...
With much of the country still under some form of lockdown due to COVID-19, communities are increasingly reliant upon the internet to stay connected. The coronavirus’s ability to relegate professional, political, and personal communications to the web underscores just how important end-to-end enc...
For a beginner, it is almost impossible to find a website on the Tor browser or how it works and that’s where dark web search engines help. To the layperson, their only exists one type of the Internet – the one we use for normal browsing every day. But, in reality, there are 3 main types of the...
Google's John Mueller downplays author bios for all sites. But says author pages can be helpful for certain kinds of content. In a Google Webmaster Central hangout, Google’s John Mueller answered whether it was worth spending time creating author pages. Mueller downplayed the importance of autho...
While public safety measures have started to relax, the surge of malware accompanying the pandemic is still making headlines. As a recent study points out, hackers have created no less than 130 000 new e-mail domains related to Covid-19 to carry out what analysts now call ”fearware” attacks. A...
Bing updated its backlink tool. Now it reports competitor backlinks. So much better than what Google provides. Bing updated an improved backlink research tool and announced it on Twitter. The backlink tool shows links from unique top referring domains, links on a page per page level as well as the ...
Google gives a detailed explanation of what causes algorithm to rewrite meta descriptions. In a Webmaster Central hangout, a publisher asked Google’s John Mueller why their meta description was being rewritten. Mueller’s answer offered a peek into how Google’s algorithm chooses when to rewrit...
YouTube is constantly growing. This is not only a website with funny videos, but a huge platform on which we can find everything – from clips with kittens to scientific materials and entertainment in the broad sense. With each subsequent month, Google announces new solutions that the company belie...
The search engine giant's popular Maps app has gotten a new location-sharing interface as of recently, first noticed by Android Police. Location sharing has now adopted a material, modern look that also allows for more information to be immediately available. Sharing your location is now also ea...
The scientific community worldwide has mobilized with unprecedented speed to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic, and the emerging research output is staggering. Every day, hundreds of scientific papers about COVID-19 come out, in both traditional journals and non-peer-reviewed preprints. There's already ...
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