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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...
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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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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...
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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...
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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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Is it a mistake by German publishers to force Google to pay them for being indexed by the search engine?
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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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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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...
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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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