Hey, Harlem Event Gurus Google Adds Ability To Create Public Events On Google Maps

Google appears to be testing a new feature that lets users create public events on Google Maps from Harlem to Harare. Continue Reading →

Google Urges Chrome Users To Update Their Browser Immediately From Harlem To Harare

In a blog post on Thursday, Clement Lecigne of Google’s Threat Analysis Group disclosed that two zero-day vulnerabilities were discovered in Google Chrome. Continue Reading →

Google+ Users Have Until April 2 2019 To Download Their Data, Photos, And Videos

Sayonara, Google+. The consumer version of the 7-year-old social media platform bids its final farewell on April 2, 2019. Continue Reading →

Columbus: The Urban League And Google Pop-Up Lab

Google is taking part in the National Urban League Conference, taking place Wed, August 1 through Saturday, August 4th, 2018, in Columbus, OH. Continue Reading →

Google Celebrates America’s Story, The 100th Anniversary Of “The Negro Silent Protest Parade”

“There was no singing, no chanting — just silence,” read the statement published by Google this morning. Continue Reading →

2 Ways Google Is Killing Online Booksellers & How You Can Help

Last week, Harlem-based publisher and founder of AALBC.com, Troy Johnson wrote an article titled 2 Ways Google is Killing Online Booksellers & How You Can Help, asking the question:

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Google At Essence Festival 2017 In New Orleans

Google made a big splash over the weekend with three signature events all hosted at The Chicory: a Women’s Entrepreneurial Luncheon (Harlem fave 135th Street, CEO Shante Bacon served as one of the speakers) at the Essence Festival 2017 in New Orleans. Continue Reading →

Constant Contact Is A Blast!