Google Releases New Ads PHP Client Library

Google has released their ads PHP client library for developers creating third party Google ad tools. Per Vincent Tsao, of the Google Ads API Team: Hello ads PHP developers! Today we’re pleased to announce the stable release of the new ads PHP client library. This has been in beta for a while now, is a… Continue reading Google Releases New Ads PHP Client Library

Google Creates Education Transformation Center to Promote App Solutions

Last week the Google for Education Transformation Center was announced as a hub and launch pad for school change. Google has long been involved in pushing technology to improve and modernize education, but with the launch of the Center it hopes to spur a community of educational thought leaders to action. Persuading schools to adopt… Continue reading Google Creates Education Transformation Center to Promote App Solutions

Google Talks Up Cloud Hosting and App Security

Google recently conducted a roundtable of in-house experts discussing how Google uniquely provides a secure platform for businesses to store their data online. Google experts tell the story of how Google invented innovative technology allowing them to keep their customers information and data safe from digital intruders. “Information security has become such a hot topic,”… Continue reading Google Talks Up Cloud Hosting and App Security

AMP Can Now Speed Loading of Ads and Landing Pages

Googles Paul Muret, VP, Display, video & Analytics at Google, says that Google’s research shows that the average mobile site takes 19 seconds to load. If however, through optimization you can get your site to load within 5 seconds or less, Google estimates that you can earn twice as much revenue than those at the… Continue reading AMP Can Now Speed Loading of Ads and Landing Pages

If You ask the AMP Team, All Websites Should be Using AMP

John Mueller, a Webmaster Trends Analyst at Google in Switzerland, confirmed what everybody is thinking, Google and the AMP Team ultimately intends for almost all sites to display AMP versions for mobile devices. “If you ask the AMP team, they will tell you that all websites should be using AMP, “Mueller said in replying to… Continue reading If You ask the AMP Team, All Websites Should be Using AMP

Recapping Google I/O Developer Conference Related To Search

Fabian Schlup, a software engineer at Google offered an interesting recap of this years Google I/O which was held a couple weeks ago. You can read Fabian’s full post in the Google Developers Blog. Our summary of Google’s summary is as follows: 1. Rich cards Rich Cards are Google’s latest version of its enhanced mobile… Continue reading Recapping Google I/O Developer Conference Related To Search

Googlers Post Unofficial Draft for WebUSB API

Over on GitHub, two Googlers – Reilly Grant and Ken Rockot – have published an unofficial draft describing the WebUSB API for direct access to USB devices from web pages. It’s considered a public working draft of a potential specification as it has no official standing whatsoever and doesn’t represent broader support of any standards.… Continue reading Googlers Post Unofficial Draft for WebUSB API

Google Announces Cloud DNS, Has a Wide Variety of Uses

Google made a bunch of announcements about its Cloud Platform earlier this week, including Cloud DNS, a Domain Name System services to give developers a “highly available, reliable, and inexpensive “way to publish DNS zones and records. Google previously blogged about some of its other big announcements like price drops, sustained-use discounts, managed virtual machines, expanded Compute… Continue reading Google Announces Cloud DNS, Has a Wide Variety of Uses