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A few months ago, we ran a piece regarding Apple’s foray into the automotive market, but it seems that progress has hit a roadblock.
Today, the web enters “Mobilegeddon” as Google rolls out its mobile-friendly update. Are you prepared?
Earlier this year, Google announced that it would change its search algorithms on April 21 to accommodate the growing number of mobile users accessing the Internet by boosting the ranking of mobile-friendly pages in mobile search results. With mobile making up more than half of all Google searches, this new update could negatively affect more than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies.
These days, entering into the world of social media can seem like a daunting task. Not only does one have to build a follower base, they also have to make sure their message reaches through the “noise” to reach those with whom they want to engage.
Over the course of the past two decades, Google has rapidly become the most ubiquitous and recognizable player in the tech world. First through its gorgeously minimalist search engine, then through its innovative email platform and on to its brilliant GPS Maps service and its acquisition of social video sharing site YouTube, Google has developed a unique dominance over the world of information technology. On June 10, Google announced the latest addition to its kingdom: Skybox Imaging, a California-based satellite imagery provider.