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  • Mother’s Day Google Logo Celebrates The Superhero In Every Mom

    Today's Google logo celebrates Mother's Day with a colorful illustration of a caped Superhero mom, cycling along with her two children. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Mother's Day being a national holiday in the US. While it is celebrated around the world, Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day an official US holiday in 1914 after Anna Jarvis campaigned for a number of y ...

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  • Bing Ends Sponsorship Deal With WNBA’s Seattle Storm

    After a four-year sponsorship deal with the WNBA's Seattle Storm, the Seattle Times reported yesterday that Bing will no longer be the marquee sponsor for the team co-owned by Microsoft executive Lisa Brummel. The report claimed the deal had been valued at $1 million per year, giving the Bing premium marketing space at Seattle Storm's Key Arena, along with its logo prominentl ...

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  • Google Maps App Now Showing Uber Ride Options

    Google Maps is rolling out a number of new features for its iPhone and Android app today, including an integration with Uber, the transportation company that connects people in need of a ride with available drivers. According to the announcement, people who already have the Uber app downloaded will be able to compare Uber ride times versus walking directions within Google Maps.

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  • YouTube Now Lets Channel Owners Add 3-Second Intros To Their Videos

    YouTube has made it possible for channel owners to add a three-second intro to their videos, helping them build a stronger brand presence on Google's video platform. To automatically add an intro, users must first upload the video intro to their channel as an unlisted video. Once it's uploaded, the intro can be selected by clicking "Add a channel branding intro" o ...

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  • E-commerce Q1 2014 Revenue Up 11% Since Last Year

    Based on e-commerce data from over 100 US retailers, Custora's E-Commerce Pulse report claimed online retail revenue saw an 11 percent year-over-year growth rate for the first quarter of 2014, with online orders up 13 percent compared to the same quarter last year. At the end of 2013, the share of online sales out of all retail sales in the US was six-percent, up from only o ...

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