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cuetip
4 days ago

I thought it was a joke when I first saw a photo or VR goggles that are made out of cardboard, but apparently it’s a real thing, and actually uses the...

ernard
2 weeks ago

The San Jose Mercury News reported that Google will start adding whether a website uses HTTPS to the factors that determine its search ranking. Will this be...

Tags: google, HTTPS, SEO |
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hughye
5 weeks ago

The EU has forced Google to remove search results for people if they request it. I’m a fairly private person, so in some ways it appeals to me. However,...

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delia25
7 weeks ago

Google has made some attempts to push Chrome OS as an alternative to Windows XP for businesses now that XP is unsupported. Is this really a valid option for...

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catamount
7 weeks ago

We were looking at changes in our website’s traffic over the past few months and have a disagreement. One member of our staff claims that a forum is...

catamount
8 weeks ago

As much or more of the music I listen to is on indie labels as it is on “major” labels. Apparently Google is threatening to pull all of their music off...

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hughye
9 weeks ago

German magazine and newspaper publishers are suing Google for 11% of revenue made “directly or indirectly” from including their content in search results. I...

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LolaBelle
9 weeks ago

We are all pretty familiar with the Google naming scheme for Android - alphabetical, with each new version named after some sweet thing. For example, H=...

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jack12
13 weeks ago

I'm a fairly private sort of guy - generally use TOR, real name isn't jack12, etc. In my opinion it is too easy to find personal information through online...

SilverHawk
14 weeks ago

One thing we do at my company is search engine optimization. We don't do a massive amount, but as a small company it is another revenue...

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Mozilla has added a defense in its latest version of Firefox that would help prevent hackers from intercepting data intended for major online services.
European oil company Rompetrol fled a disastrous outsourcing deal with the help of new autonomic IT infrastructure services from IPsoft.
Microsoft's following in the footsteps of Dropbox and Google Drive by removing OneDrive's 2GB file size limit, albeit with little fanfare.
Traffic is chaotic enough in major cities, but imagine how much worse it would be if a criminal hacker got control of the traffic lights.
In what could turn out to be another huge data breach, Home Depot on Tuesday confirmed that it is investigating a potential compromise of credit card and debit card data belonging to an unspecified number of customers.
A federal appeals court has cleared Yelp of claims that it extorted businesses into advertising on its site by fabricating bad reviews about them.
Midori served the Raspberry Pi well, but now it's time to welcome a new browser optimized for the mini PC and based on Epiphany/Gnome Web.
Mobile computing, OpenStack and containers win, NSX, vCloud Air details too thin at VMware show.
Google has partnered with scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara to build new processors for use in quantum computing systems.
A prominent Linux kernel developer has been jailed by Russian authorities after protesting publicly in Moscow's Manezh Square against the conflict in Ukraine.
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