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  1. Driving Consumer Insights With Mobile Analytics

    For example, are your users leaving product reviews, referring the application to others, etc. That said, Flurry excels in application engagement – you can define as many custom events as you need. So if you're building an app for an iOS, Android...

  2. Founder Berners-Lee Sees Social Media Corrupting His Intent For The Web

    In 2007 BitTorrent, a company whose "peer-to-peer" network protocol allows people to share music, video and other files directly over the Internet, complained to the Federal Communications Commission that the ISP giant Comcast was blocking or...

  3. Search Engine Update - Who's Out There Shaking Things Up?

    In the blog post, Google strongly recommend that any developers who have already applied to use this API review their application forms to ensure they have indicated an interest in using the Check-in service to increase their chances of being...

  4. Avoiding Online Risks Kicking Off with the 2010 FIFA World Cup

    Application Downloads The best precautions include having core protection on your PC (anti-virus, anti-spyware, and firewall), and consider using an alternate browser, like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, rather than Internet Explorer.

  5. SearchDay | Integration in a Decentralized World

    is launching an Inquisitor application for the iPhone. At the time, Inquisitor was a plug-in for Apple's Safari web browser. has made the plugin available for Firefox and Internet Explorer. The next generation of search advertising and natural...

  6. Yahoo! Releases Inquisitor for the iPhone

    is launching an Inquisitor application for the iPhone. At the time, Inquisitor was a plug-in for Apple's Safari web browser. has made the plugin available for Firefox and Internet Explorer. acquired the assets for search suggestion plugin Inquisitor.

  7. SearchDay | Trick or Tweet for CNN

    Yellowbook Launches G1 Mobile Application Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 30, 2008 Local business publisher Yellowbook has launched a new mobile application for the G1, the brand new Android-powered phone.