Google always gives as good as it gets. That has been the hallmark of the company that now owns both Web and mobile search and takes a big share of the revenue from advertising on both platforms.
Google's YouTube video-sharing site has announced that it will block ads appearing on any video channels that have less than 10,000 views.
The Chrome browser increased its marketshare to 56.43% by the end of 2016, according to figures from Net Applications, a company that tracks key Internet technology usage market share and publishes them under the title NetMarketShare.
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