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Changes to the social network make it easier for content creators to get attribution in key Google services, and let you embed Google+ posts elsewhere on the Web.
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Google plans to release another update to its algorithm to address sites that republish content and place higher in results than original sources, Search Engine Land says.
CNET evaluates nearly 100,000 search results to learn which Web sites are the winners and losers after Google's latest changes to its algorithm.
Get schooled by CNET editor Jasmine France. This week she gives advice on keeping your gadgets protected against temperature extremes, moisture, and more.
We're joined today by two traveling techies: CNET's Daniel Terdiman and Hak5's Darren Kitchen. Both are road trip experts, and we're going to talk to them about the gear they use and their advice on using it. Also: Your questions answered on Android phones, virtual networks, and more.
Calling all mechanics, craftsmen, handymen, and do-it-yourselfers: These awesome apps (four of which are free) give you the tools and know-how to get the job done.
Google's updated its image search to let users filter by images they can reuse and repurpose, which may keep the search giant from getting into hot water with content creators.
One of the major problems with old CRT displays was burn-ins, where after a length of displaying the same image or pattern on the screen, a shadow of that image would persist even when the image had changed. With modern LCD displays, you might experien