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The Multi-Platform Majority Has Arrived. Are You Ready?

U.S. Total Device Owners 2000-2013

More than half of the U.S. digital population use multiple devices to access the web. As mobile carves out an ever-increasing piece of the digital pie, it's never been more critical to understand and align with the direction of consumer behavior. More than half of the U.S. digital population use multiple devices to access the web. As mobile carves out an ever-increasing piece of the digital pie, it's never been more critical to understand and align with the direction of consumer behavior. 0 Comments

Mark Zuckerberg Creates Tech Justice League to Bring Internet to the Masses

Fibre broadband strands

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring 5 billion more people online. To accomplish this, he has launched a new initiative through Internet.org that is designed to help people in poorer areas get access to the Internet. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg wants to bring 5 billion more people online. To accomplish this, he has launched a new initiative through Internet.org that is designed to help people in poorer areas get access to the Internet. 0 Comments

Google Will Make Starbucks Wi-Fi Faster

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Starting this August, Google will be teaming up with Starbucks to roll out a faster Wi-Fi experience. Starbucks patrons will not only get a caffeine high, they'll get high WiFi speeds – up to 10x that of current speeds, according to Google. Starting this August, Google will be teaming up with Starbucks to roll out a faster Wi-Fi experience. Starbucks patrons will not only get a caffeine high, they'll get high WiFi speeds – up to 10x that of current speeds, according to Google. 0 Comments

Google’s Project Loon: It's Balloon-Powered Internet Access

A Network in the Sky

Google plans to give Internet access to the entire world by sending network-enabled balloons into the stratosphere. Dubbed Project Loon, the new Google venture aims to liberate those 5 billion or so people on Earth without Internet access. Google plans to give Internet access to the entire world by sending network-enabled balloons into the stratosphere. Dubbed Project Loon, the new Google venture aims to liberate those 5 billion or so people on Earth without Internet access. 0 Comments

Mobile Marketing Conversion Optimization Tools & Code Tricks

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Getting the mobile experience wrong can be deadly to your bottom line. Don't turn off customers with a bad mobile site and lose them to a competitor! Use these tips, tools, and code tricks to enhance your mobile experience and increase conversions. Getting the mobile experience wrong can be deadly to your bottom line. Don't turn off customers with a bad mobile site and lose them to a competitor! Use these tips, tools, and code tricks to enhance your mobile experience and increase conversions. 0 Comments

Google Maps Adds Emergency Alerts

Google Public Alerts

If a major storm is headed you way, Google wants to be your information guide. The Google Crisis Response team is looking to be your go to information source on when a storm will strike, how bad will it be, and what resources are available to help. If a major storm is headed you way, Google wants to be your information guide. The Google Crisis Response team is looking to be your go to information source on when a storm will strike, how bad will it be, and what resources are available to help. 0 Comments

Ananova Delivers News And A Smile

Ananova is a news search engine that provides coverage from about 1,500 different sources and a virtual newscaster, to boot. Ananova is a news search engine that provides coverage from about 1,500 different sources and a virtual newscaster, to boot. 0 Comments

Feb. 2000 Search Engine Briefs

Brief items about new info tool Octopus, Inktomi's web size measurement, Excite enlarging its index and free internet access at AltaVista and Excite. Brief items about new info tool Octopus, Inktomi's web size measurement, Excite enlarging its index and free internet access at AltaVista and Excite. 0 Comments

AltaVista Add URL Update and Briefs

First, AltaVista reports that its Add URL system is indeed still takingsubmissions and that "significant" numbers of URLs have been added tothe index. However, they are still processing a backlog. Submissions have beenadded in batches, with the next one scheduled for sometime this week, and thefrequency is planned to increase as we move forward into December and the NewYear. I'll bring you more news as I hear it -- meanwhile, the best advice is towatch for your missing pages and resubmit the key ones each week, if they failto appear First, AltaVista reports that its Add URL system is indeed still takingsubmissions and that "significant" numbers of URLs have been added tothe index. However, they are still processing a backlog. Submissions have beenadded in batches, with the next one scheduled for sometime this week, and thefrequency is planned to increase as we move forward into December and the NewYear. I'll bring you more news as I hear it -- meanwhile, the best advice is towatch for your missing pages and resubmit the key ones each week, if they failto appear 0 Comments