Google has released an Android app to help you shorten URLs and provide insight as to who is clicking your links.
It was 25 years ago, but we've never forgiven the Libyans for shooting Doc Brown. Now, it seems, they're trying to take away our short URLs too. Muchos sadface.
Vb.ly, an URL shortener that didn't turn away risque Web addresses, falls victim to a judgment that it violated Libyan law. What's that mean for Bit.ly?
Google Toolbar users had been able to shorten long Web links with goo.gl, but now anyone can access the service through a new Web site.
The microblogging service plans to wrap and abbreviate all links shared on the site in the same way other URL-shortening services such as Bit.ly do.
Automattic eschews Bit.ly and the like, goes for custom shortener.
Launch of a new link shortening service shines a light on shortener policies.
Company announced just days ago it was going to shut down, but a new company blog post says it will continue to run until it's sold--whenever that happens.
It was costly and not worth the effort to compete with Twitter fave Bitly, according to a post by parent company Nambu Networks.
It's not yet clear what caused the temporary outage on Wednesday, but a link to a popular airline fare promotion may have caused server overload.