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  1. Back to School 2014 Trends: How Search Marketers Can Get Ready Now [Study]

    Tablets and computers represent the most popular back-to-school products, PM Digital reported, and far outweigh searches for other products like backpacks. To capture its audience at the right time, Apple launched back-to-school promotion earlier...

  2. What You Can Learn From Google Analytics Mobile Reports

    Overview does what it says and gives a summary of data broken out for computers, mobiles and tablets. To break out Apple devices by generation you would need to use screen resolution alongside Mobile Device Info, either in a secondary dimension or...

  3. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    Googleplex - Sun, trees, moonshots, optimism, multi-cultural food, over-heated computers, and five-toe shoes Google I/O - Gadgets, over-heated computers and innovation Apple Pie - Carmelized sugar, tarty fruit and baking powder

  4. Desktop Map Searches Increasingly Shifting to Mobile

    Visitation to maps websites on desktop computers has been very consistent for a few years now, holding steady at between 95-100 million unique visitors during any given month, representing more than 40 percent of the population.

  5. Google Seeks Ban on iPhone, iPad in Patent Lawsuit

    Motorola is seeking a ban on U.S.imports of devices including the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers. Google's Motorola Mobility division has filed a patent infringement claim against Apple over the Siri voice control and location-based services used...

  6. Flash, HTML5 Battle Gets Trendy With Occupy Websites

    The site lays out its mission and manifesto of getting people to uninstall Flash from their computers - with instructions on how to do it for Windows, Mac, and Chrome browsers. This site believes that Flash is still viable despite it not...

  7. Rest in Peace, Steve Jobs

    By making computers personal and putting the internet in our pockets, he made the information revolution not only accessible, but intuitive and fun. Steve Jobs, Apple cofounder and former CEO, has died at the age of 56 after a long battle with cancer.