Google wants to understand the language of emoji.
Google AMP officially launched today, and the search giant's new feature promises to help some mobile pages load more quickly and combat ad fraud.
We've all been there: Drive all the way to a store to buy a last-minute gift...only to find your lifeline has already locked its doors.Google is trying to cut down on that recurring theme of the holiday season by making holiday store hours available in maps and search.
During last Thursday’s Packers-Seahawks matchup, smartphones were used in 74 percent of Google searches about the game, per the Mountain View, Calif.-based digital giant. And 33 percent of football-related searches recently have come via mobile devices, too.
Facebook recently had preliminary talks with a tap-to-call vendor as it considers fleshing out marketing opportunities for brands on Facebook Home, Adweek has learned.
During Google’s earnings call last month, CEO Larry Page said he’s not sure when the company's mobile ad rates will equate with its desktop ad rates—or if they will ever even find an equilibrium, Page even suggested that one segment could alwa