Those who ‘have done their research’ on Google have decided to stage a walkout after the website decided to rank pieces by scientific accuracy.
According to an ex-Google employee, the tech giants aren’t listening to our conversations for advertisement purposes. They’ve got something worse.
One academic believes that Google is the most valuable data set on our modern psyche. While we say one thing, our Google history says another.
In Europe, citizens have the right to remove themselves from Google. In Australia, our lawmakers don’t respect our privacy all that much.
Why you can’t find Palestine when you search Google Maps. If you search for Palestine on Google Maps, you won’t find it. Palestine, the name most continuously used for the territory lying between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea from the fifth century BCE, is labelled Israel. Protestors in the Middle East, and…
Ding dong, Google+ is dead. However, before we pay our last respects, I suggest we glance back at Silicon Valley’s other notable failures. Womp womp.
After he was tagged incorrectly as a ‘criminal underworld figure’, one Melburnian decided to fight Google for his own digital identity.
Chairman Wow. Google has just debuted their AI technology that they hope will be the personal assistants of tomorrow. The demonstrations will blow your tiny mind.
According to the EU, you can get Google to remove all the questionable things that come up when you Google yourself. There is a caveat, however.
The Google anti-diversity memo that went viral this week highlights an interesting issue, not one of inclusion, but rather our organic push toward transparency. More of it, I say.
Maintaining an effective SEO strategy is key in the growth of your business, however, if you’ve sat on your hands so far in 2017, here’s what you need to know.
The artificial intelligence-led digital revolution is upon us, and is set to change long-held habits across multiple industries. Are we right to be concerned or is it unjust paranoia?
Every Friday, The Big Smoke looks at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week, we bid farewell to big data, we analyse the key trends on how different generations consume media, and we illustrate why journalism is not dead.
Every Friday, The Big Smoke looks at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week, we look at the age of accountability, the AI awakening and ponder if it’s time to break up Google.
In response to a quote from a business he thought was unreasonable, a customer took to Google to leave a negative review, and it’s snowballed all the way to the Supreme Court.
People in the EU are pushing Google to introduce a uniform measure to removal from search results, but those who oppose are stepping on individual laws and traditions in each country.
Whilst we’ve no idea whether that old adage “Too much TV rots the brain” is true, for those of us who Google too much (all of us) it seems we may be making ourselves less… “smrt”.
Each week, we will look at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week we look at the duopoly of the media landscape, and the early pitch decks of billion-dollar companies.
Humpday! Tee hee. What happened while you were asleep? Well, Google decided to take on Uber, IS suffered a blow and Australia has a new PM (sort of)!
What does the next generation think of today’s issues? The TBS Next Gen program publishes Australian students, mentored by TBS writers. With online privacy a concern atop many a citizen’s list, Billie Cooper sheds a little light on the dark side of Google.
This week, Bill Shorten’s star has started to rise, the Liberals have fallen from grace and Google’s gotten itself into a sticky situation.
Good morning, you! What happened while you were asleep? Robots invaded your house, Shorten got physical (medical) and Ke$ha was cheated again.