Costolo was sparse on the details. He didn’t announce it during the formal presentations but rather as part of an answer to a question not even specifically about Google. He confirmed there was a deal, apparently to address reports yesterday that one was coming. “I don’t have any more details to share at this time,” Costolo said, after that. Later in the Q&A, Costolo was asked how this deal differs from the previous one that Twitter had that ran from 2009-2011 with Google. “We’ve got the opportunity now to drive a lot of attention to and aggregate eyeballs, if you will, to these logged-out experiences, topics and events that we plan on delivering on the front page of Twitter. And that’s one of the reasons this makes a lot more sense for us now,” he said. Get the full story at Search Engine Land Read also "Three insights for travel brands on Twitter" at Frederic Gonzalo