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Digital news this week has been corking - nothing massive, but all very interesting and plenty that has flown under the radar.
Updates come from Google, Uber, Snapchat, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, Alibaba and Tencent.
Here's what you missed...
With Google unleashing several new Adwords features in the first half of 2016, advertisers should take this as an opportunity to maximise their paid search campaigns.
This week's digital news roundup will, as ever, give you everything you need to know, in a handy five-minute read.
From Snapchat and iOS 10 features, to retailer results and Google's latest AI implementation, there's lots you might have missed.
Which technologies are most likely to revolutionize healthcare?
While there are no shortage of candidates, including wearables and telehealth, one of the internet's long-standing fixtures, search, shouldn't be overlooked.
The search story of the week is that of 'Ben's Nan'.
Ben's Nan became a Twitter sensation when Ben found that she had written 'please' and 'thank you' in her Google search, figuring she'd get a better answer that way.
Like all hack, newsjacking bloggers, it got me thinking about what this could tell us about interaction design.
Here's a new feature for Fridays, a concise roundup of the most interesting digital stories of the week.
Some you may have already read about, others will have passed you by.
N.B. Cats are included.
Google announced a tranche of changes to its ad products yesterday.
Whilst there were no massive surprises (updates were in line with recent tests seen in the wild), there's still work for marketers to do to understand their impact.
Here's a summary of things to look out for in the coming weeks and months.
Android Instant Apps allows Android apps to run instantly, without requiring installation. Users will simply tap on a URL.
Developers will need to ensure their apps are 'modularized' and then will be able to offer this service to users on Jelly Bean OS or later.
Many have hailed this announcement from Google's recent I/O event as the most exciting. So what are the implications?
Google I/O saw the tech giant unveiling products across the hot topics in tech right now.
New messaging apps, a new VR platform and a virtual assistant.
How are these products placed in the market? Which might be the likeliest to succeed?
At its digital Newfronts event last week, Google's YouTube announced a new ad offering that it hopes will give advertisers the ability to take advantage of viral videos.
Breakout Videos is part of Google Preferred, which launched in 2014 and gives advertisers access to inventory from YouTube's most popular channels and content creators.
Through Preferred Breakout Videos, advertisers can now capitalize in real time on inventory belonging to content that is gaining significant traction.
For years, local businesses have been told that customer reviews sites like Yelp can make or break them, but is that still the case?