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How much do you love your job? Every year, job search platform Glassdoor wants to know. On Tuesday, the site published its Employees’ Choice Awards, which highlight the best places to work based on more than 2.1 million anonymous company reviews. For yet another year, tech companies boast a heavy presence, taking up 20 of the 50 spots for best companies to work...

4 Tips You Need To Pass Google’s New Mobile-Friendly Test With 2 billion smartphone or tablet users expected to engage in some form of mobile commerce transactions by 2017, brands can’t afford to not be mobile. So why are consumers shopping on-the-go still being directed to sites with tiny text, excessive scrolling or worse – requiring Flash? Google, the...

Mobile-Friendly Sites Get Boost in Rankings From Google Google’s “Mobilegeddon” is heading your way: The search giant on Tuesday will update its algorithm to give preference to mobile-friendly sites for smartphone or tablet queries. The change, announced in February, means websites not currently optimized for variously sized mobile devices will...

Google Panda Update 4.1, How to recover if you have been hit Every once in a while, Google rolls out its Panda update, constantly refining it to improve the overall search quality. It’s a query based algorithm that’s supposed to remove redundant, irrelevant content and spam from Google’s index. Last week, Google rolled out a Panda update that’s referred to...

Google has finally built its own car from scratch. And it looks like a gondola with wheels. Posted from recode.net : Liz Gannes The two-seater prototype vehicle is Google’s reimagination of what the modern automobile should look and feel like if you took the human out of the transportation equation and designed something solely to chauffeur passengers from point A to B. “The project is about changing...