Meet DocSend, a comprehensive toolbox for your documents. It doesn’t sound sexy, but it could rapidly become a major part of your workflow. A startup successfully raised $20 million by taking advantage of DocSend’s data — it’s that powerful.
Tonight at an event in the company's San Francisco headquarters, Pinterest CEO Ben Silbermann announced that users had contributed more than 30 billion Pins since being founded, a number that has grown by nearly 50 percent in the past six months...
Trend Micro has spotted a malware sample, TSPY_MINOCDO.A, which targets Facebook users. The malware redirects users to a spoofed page of the social network and claims to be part of the site security check feature.
Are you satisfied with your results on Twitter? Ready to improve your Twitter marketing plan? Even if you’ve been on Twitter a while, there’s plenty you can do to increase followers, retweets and replies.
Colleen Gray's insight:
So true. There is a lot of programs out there that can help you do it too!
The Knowledge Graph is Google’s way of answering questions and delivering information in a direct way.
The best way to understand it is to search Google for “what is the knowledge graph?” The result you will see is a product of the Knowledge Graph, presented at the top of the SERP in larger type and framed with a gray box.
To be more specific, the Knowledge Graph (KG) - according to Search Engine Land - “understands facts about people, places, and things and how these entities are all connected.”
Google Maps for Android and iOS now does a better job telling drivers where to go, when to go, and how to get there even if you lose a cellular connection thanks to its most recent update. Read the full story here.
Cleaning kits for your laptop, TV and other electronics are nice, but the Wall Street Journal tested and found that water and a microfiber cloth are just as effective at cleaning your screen. Read more...
Google always bound to face trouble over the wide and open nature of its app checking policies on Google Play Store, and despite so many security measures, the search engine giant mostly fails to recognize the Android malware that are lurking...
Just imagine, you are sitting in front of your laptop and your laptop is listening to your nearby conversations. What if the recorded audio from the system’s microphone is being instantly uploaded to a malicious website?
Nobody likes to say "no" to a friend or colleague, but sometimes we just have to say it. The word's surprisingly tough to say for most of us, and The Wall Street Journal dug into why that is. Read more...