Google's going to start showing you relevant information from your Gmail when you perform a regular old Google search soon. But you can try it out now before it's official. Your email is basically a huge repository for information that you need.
Facebook: can't live with it, can't live without it. Between spam, privacy issues, and trash in your news feed, Facebook can get pretty annoying, and other networks like Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn can be just as bad.
A new Google mobile experiment has been spotted: the addition of an icon in the URL field of search results to indicate smartphone-optimized content to users. The test was spotted over the weekend by SEO Bryson Meunier and later confirmed by Google.
The latest update unveiled by Facebook allows Facebook Group members to see who has visited the Group page and seen the latest post or status update. Each member can now see the name and exact time that a post has been viewed by another member.
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