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This week's digital news covers the serious, the sublime and the stupid.
Google is under attack yet again and Amazon keeps on keeping on.
Amazon is not a newcomer to the online advertising market. Through its A9.com subsidiary, it has been involved in the online ad ecosystem for some time.
But 2017 could see the online retail giant become a real force in the space with the introduction of a new platform called Amazon Publisher Services (APS).
Happy Black Friday to you all - undoubtedly the most sanctified and unanimously-loved day of them all.
It's not been the busiest week of digital news, but there's plenty a discerning reader like you needs to keep abreast of.
Donald Trump's upset victory in the 2016 U.S. presidential election has sparked a vigorous debate about the role of the internet in promoting the spread of misinformation.
Much of this debate has focused on fake news sites and how articles they published found an audience thanks to the algorithms used by social networks and search engines.
This week's digital news sees plenty from the world of social media, alongside a dose of alt-right controversy and some smashing results from China.
Elsewhere, we've seen gender updates from Tinder and a lovely Rube Goldberg recruitment video from AT&T.
In January, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
His stunning upset victory as an outsider with no political experience shocked the world, and now everybody is trying to figure out what the Trump presidency will actually mean.
Algorithms run the internet.
On Google, an algorithm determines which sites appear in search results, and where. On Facebook, an algorithm determines which content makes it into each user's News Feed.
The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) project seems to be progressing nicely.
Google has recently revealed integrations with Tag Manager, A/B testing in Analytics, long-awaited form elements are now possible (e.g. email fields), and there's a continuing roadmap of features.
For the uninitiated, here is a digested list of AMP's pros and cons.
If you needed any more evidence that mobile has taken over the world, you got it last week when news broke that Google is going to be creating a dedicated mobile index.
Here's what you need to know about it.
For years, many companies have invested heavily in SEO. But when it really comes down to it, is SEO just a crapshoot?
That's a question worth asking following a survey that asked hundreds of respondents to predict which page would rank higher than the other for a variety of keywords.
The result: "most SEOs are no better than a coin-flip at predicting which page will rank better."
For weeks, rumors have been swirling that Twitter is a buy-out target.
The likelihood of a bidding war fizzled out yesterday after Disney and Google were ruled out as potential buyers, causing Twitter's share price to drop by 20%.
It leaves Salesforce as the most likely buyer, though it could mean that Twitter remains unsold.
If, like me, you were lucky enough to be at the best event in the marketing and advertising industry this week, you may have hazy memories of the week's news.
Well, here, you can metaphorically gaze in the mirror and attempt to focus on the tattoos of tech news you have had inked all over your body in an attempt to remember who owns what and whether cars can drive themselves yet.