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18
Jan

Google begins rolling out "Ok Google" support for Android Auto

Posted by on in Search Engines
Ok Google, Google’s voice assistant is probably going to make this long awaited application to be implemented on Android Auto soon. Well, because some vigilant users have found out it has been enabled today. With this feature, Android Auto users can now navigate... Continue reading
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04
Jan

Protecting web sites from web scrapers

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
If you sell something, it makes sense that news of what you are selling spreads far and wide to attract as many buyers as possible. To this end, e-commerce sites want to be found near the top of relevant search lists... Continue reading
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28
Dec

Becoming a Mind Reader

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Consciousness is generally directed outwardly rather than inwardly.  We look out at the passing scene in front of our eyes, taking little notice of the constant stream of thoughts shuffling through our mind. Nature has so equipped us to be alert to things... Continue reading
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26
Dec

Cracking the Search Engine Code

Posted by on in Search Engines
Bottom Line: E-tailers create sponsored ads in a bid to attract online consumers, but lower-cost improvements to search placement can be more profitable. It’s probably hard to remember the first time you searched for something on the Internet, perhaps through a Netscape... Continue reading
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26
Dec

Top 3 Chinese Search Engines: What B2B Marketers Need to Know

Posted by on in Market Research
With 688 million Internet users and growing, China has become a compelling market for Western companies looking to expand globally. What makes it this market even more enticing is the number of Chinese Internet users is growing at a rate that far surpasses that... Continue reading
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22
Dec

The Internet never forgets, unless the law forces it to

Posted by on in Internet Ethics
When I worked as a campus newspaper faculty advisor several years ago, a recent graduate once asked if we could remove an article about dating from the newspaper’s website because it was ruining his chances at romance. The graduate had been... Continue reading
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10
Dec

New Wayback Machine – Beta

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While the adage goes that nothing ever disappears from the internet, anyone who created a Geocities site, or used their old university servers (or forgot to pay to renew domain registration) knows that more often than we’re led to believe, stuff... Continue reading
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10
Dec

Google: You Can Trust Our Webmaster Communication

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
Back in early 2014, we published a poll showing only 10% of webmasters think Google doesn't like to them. But the truth is, that probably gets under the skin of those in the Google webmaster trends analysts team, where their primary responsibility is... Continue reading
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10
Dec

Google On The Hunt For Spammy Exact Match Domains (EMDs)

Posted by on in Search Engines
Google's Gary Illyes said this morning that he is "hunting" for spammy EMDs, exact match domains, that are ranking in Google. He said this on Twitter two different ways this morning. First he said he is looking for the spammy EMDs: Then he... Continue reading
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06
Dec

Helping universities build what’s next with Google Cloud Platform

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Google Cloud Platform (GCP) now serves over one billion end-users through our customers’ products and services. And today I’m happy to say that we’re investing even more resources to bring these tools to higher education. We’re excited to offer universities the... Continue reading
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06
Dec

Announcing Google Cloud Next ’17

Posted by on in Search Engines
Mark your calendars! Next ’17, our marquee event for the Google Cloud community, will take place on March 8–10, 2017 at Moscone Center West in San Francisco. Next ’17 is the destination for Google Cloud developers, partners, customers and IT professionals to learn, get... Continue reading
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06
Dec

iOS 10.2 beta 6 is available for download to everyone right now

Posted by on in Science & Tech
Monday lunchtime tradition dictates that we should always have a new beta version of iOS to play with, and who is Apple to mess with tradition? The latest beta version of iOS, 10.2 beta 6, has landed for developers or anyone... Continue reading
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06
Dec

Apple Maps may soon use drones to give you better directions

Posted by on in Science & Tech
In news that should make anyone who's experienced an Apple Maps fail a little less angry, Bloomberg reports that unnamed sources say that Apple is taking steps to overhaul its Maps service.   The report's sources claim Apple is building a new team of... Continue reading
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05
Dec

How to Manage Files and Use the File System on Android

Posted by on in Internet Research
Android’s user-visible file system is one of its advantages over iOS. It allows you to more easily work with files, opening them in any app of your choice…as long as you know how.   Stock Android includes a pretty watered-down file manager by default.... Continue reading
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05
Dec

Here's what happens if we find a killer asteroid on course with Earth

Posted by on in Science & Tech
In the NASA plan to deal with a killer asteroid destroying the world, the first people to learn about it likely find out via text message. Seriously. If a killer asteroid on a path to striking Earth were discovered, the first... Continue reading
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