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  1. New Google Mobile Alert: Websites Using Flash May Not Work on Your Device

    Additionally, adults in the United States spend an average of 34 hours per month on the Internet on a smartphone and only 27 hours on a desktop. People are spending more time accessing information from their smartphones than they are their desktops.

  2. Twitter is Blocked in Turkey, Google’s Public DNS Helps Users Regain Access

    Initially, Turkish internet service providers (ISPs) were simply redirecting traffic to a government webpage by forcing the DNS servers, which send to the correct IP addresses for the site they are trying to access, to redirect away from Twitter's...

  3. What You Can Learn From Google Analytics Mobile Reports

    When the Internet was first used in households it was accessed through a cumbersome piece of technology, a desktop computer, and probably viewed on a CRT screen. These days we can access the Internet on a whole host of devices – from TVs to mobile...

  4. Organic Search Noticeably Absent From Google Analytics 2013 Summit

    Achieving cross-device measurement is needed to understand and respond to the exploding adoption of internet-connected devices and the multi-device user decision process. Google Analytics "power users" are typically accessing advanced segment...

  5. Bing Adds Pop-Up Child Abuse Warnings to UK Searchers

    As well as a selection of options, including an opt-in to adult content, the UK government has recommended more educational efforts from Internet technology companies, including guidance and alerts. We use purpose built technology and work with...

  6. A 7-Step Landing Page Template to Convert Prospects into Leads

    And if you are connected to the internet via cable modem, DSL, or T1 line, then you're vulnerable 24/7. Firewalls prevent unauthorized outsiders from accessing anything on your hard drive. Pay-per-click search marketing may have been invented in...

  7. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    The Toilet Internet Service Provider (TiSP) project was a self-installed, ad-supported online service that was offered entirely free to any consumer with a WiFi-capable PC and a toilet connected to a local municipal sewage system.