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  1. Google '(Not Provided)' Traffic Highest for Tech Industry Brands at 56% [Study]

    Looking at the latest quarter of BrightEdge data on over 8,400 brands, 56 percent of traffic to computer, electronics, software and technology sites are coming from Google secure search. BrightEdge recently released findings that confirmed what...

  2. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Chinese Google’ Opens Artificial-Intelligence Lab in Silicon Valley – WiredBaidu's new lab is researching "deep learning", described as "an emerging computer science field that seeks to mimic the human brain with hardware and software") not too...

  3. Why Facebook Ad Haters Are Wrong – Here’s How Marketers Can Do Better

    He continued, “We know some of these accounts are run by computer software with one person puppeteering thousands of profiles from a single desk handing out commands such as: 'like' as many pages as you can to create a large community.

  4. World IPv6 Launch: What it Means for Content Owners & SEO

    When you connect to the Internet, your computer or mobile device is assigned an IP address. In the meantime, for people interested in testing this connection from outside China, he recommended using the IPv6 proxy software that can be found at 6fei...

  5. The Trouble with Tribbles: Beyond Google’s Cookiegate Browser Settings Hype

    This is because of a technical quirk in Safari that allows companies to easily add more cookies to a user's computer once the company has installed at least one cookie. In the bug’s documentation, Apple software engineer Brady Eidson described the...

  6. Google Unveils Dart to Compete with JavaScript in All Browsers

    Client-side Web programming refers to actions that happen in the browser using the Web surfer's computer to process the code. According to their announcement, Google Software Engineer Lars Bak states Dart code will be executed in one of two ways:

  7. Google Tries To Stop Spread of Malware With Warning Above Search Results

    Short for "malicious software," malware is computer code that attempts to hide itself from you in an attempt to mine your data, use your computer's resources, or simply cause harm to your computer, all without your knowledge or consent.