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  1. Adobe Adds Cloud-Based Mobile Services

    Broad Platform Support: For app analytics, Adobe Mobile services supports native apps across iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8, BlackBerry 10, Windows 8 and Mac OS X as well as hybrid apps created with Adobe PhoneGap and HTML5.

  2. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Despite a slow start in mobile, Bing’s foothold on Windows and Kindle devices and the fact that it still powers mobile search for Yahoo, earn it a certain amount of consideration and increase emphasis on implementing the aforementioned mobile SEO...

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

    Windows 8 App Refresh – Bing Search BlogBing News app is now customizable, offers offline reading, and supports RSS; Bing Maps now has "improved driving, transit and walking directions, as well as up-to-the minute traffic incidents notifications...

  4. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    It's a pretty ironic moment, considering Microsoft recently was slapped with a mammoth fine for monopolistic behaviour relating to browser choice on Windows devices. According to Microsoft, nine out of 10 people disapprove of this, and Microsoft...

  5. Google, Mozilla Accuse Microsoft of Restricting Browser Choice in Windows 8

    However, Mozilla claims that Internet Explorer (IE) will be the only browser able to run in the classic environment under Windows RT, at the expense of rival browsers like Firefox, Safari and Chrome. The accusations relate to Microsoft's upcoming...

  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. Websites that rely on Flash present a completely inconsistent (and...

  7. HTML5 Codec Support New Browser War Or Google Edict?

    To that end, we are changing the spoken and written language of this nation to make it consistent with the form of speech already supported by the Language Creation Society," Tim Sneath, director of the Windows and Silverlight technical evangelism...