Google has revamped how you authenticate for apps or web-services and it also gives you access to some of the main features of Webmaster Tools. Specific features within the new API include: list, add, or remove sites from your account (you can currently have up to 500 sites in your account) list, add, or remove sitemaps for your websites get warning, error, and indexed counts for individual sitemaps get a time-series of all kinds of crawl errors for your site list crawl error samples for specific types of errors mark individual crawl errors as fixed (this doesnt change how theyre processed, but can help simplify the UI for you) You can find sample code, how to documentation, references and more on the Google Developer portal. Google initially released the API for Webmaster Tools back in 2008 . Some opinions expressed http://www.kaskus.co.id/thread/5185c784532acfe508000014/jasa-like-fan-page-fb-harga-hemat-99-indo-100-real in this article may be those of a guest author and not necessarily Search Engine Land.
If you click on the link that reads Headlines & Global News, you would think Google would take you to news articles within Google News, but you are taken directly to a news site. It is unclear what types of queries trigger this search. We have tried dozens of various queries and most of the time, the normal Knowledge Graph appears. Samuel Edwards from tenthwave.com sent us this tip. Some opinions expressed in this article may be those of a guest author and not necessarily Search Engine Land.
Google Inc Expands Biotech Investment With Life Labs Buy - Yahoo Finance
Learn more… Google Inc Expands Biotech Investment With Life Labs Buy By John Seward September 10, 2014 3:41 PM 0 shares Content preferences Done Google Inc(NASDAQ: GOOGL ) has acquired Life Labs, a maker of a self-stabilizing spoon for patients with Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor. Terms weren’t disclosed but the company employs five engineers and scientists in San Francisco. Previous investors included the National Institutes of Health and the venture capital fund Rock Health. Life Labs will become part of Google’s Life Sciences, which is a part of Google X, the company’s long-term projects unit.
Google Acquires Social Polling Startup Polar to Improve Google+ Design
Im thrilled to welcome Luke Wroblewski and the talented Polar team to Google,” Dave Besbris, Google’s VP of engineering for Google+ said in a statement . “Theyll be working with our designers and engineers to help us make G+ as beautiful and simple to use as possible, especially on mobile devices.” Previously, Wroblewski cofounded Bagcheck, which was acquired by Twitter in 2011 after doing a stint at Yahoo as chief design architect. He also wrote a book, Mobile First, focused on how design teams should transition design strategy from desktop to mobile. It appears the Polar app , which allows users to create simple customized polls , will remain online through the end of the year. “Were keeping our publisher tools available until the end of 2014,” Polar said in a statement on their website. “Weve also built a simple way to download and save an archive of your Polar polls and data theyre yours after all.” Though neither company said definitively what would happen to the app, Google acquisitions tend to result in the original app being shuttered or effectively ignored (like email app Sparrow, which was acquired to work on Gmail the app is still available but hasn’t been updated in almost a year.) Google+, Google’s often-over looked social network that has long suffered from perception problems , is facing an uncertain future.
Google lures startups to its cloud with $100K in cloud credits - Yahoo Finance
Google lures startups to its cloud with $100K in cloud credits By Barb Darrow 16 minutes ago 0 shares Content preferences Done Amazon built its prodigious cloud business in partby winning over startups to its pay-as-you-go infrastructure and it still often offers credits to companies now to make good on outages or to just keep themcoming back for more. Now, as Google tries to juice acceptance of its public cloud, itis offering $100,000 in cloud resource credits to young companies that qualify. The new credit is available to companies less than 5 years old andwith less than $500,000 in annual revenue, via select incubators, accelerators and investors. Recipients cannot have received Google Cloud Platform credits in the past. The free resources come with support. Google has offered credits in the past but for significantlysmaller amounts.