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Mobile Device Security

  1. Pros & Cons of the Top Mobile App Tracking Methods

    Cookies on a mobile device are the equivalent of their counterparts in desktop browsers, though they are more limited by default mobile device security settings. Apple's Unique Device Identifier (UDID) was the standard mechanism for tracking...

  2. 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. As mobile device adoption continues to expand rapidly, surpassing that of desktop usage by the end of 2013, it’s easy to see why this is a problem.

  3. Google, Microsoft Pitch HTTP Overhaul Options for Speedier Web

    This new plan will rebuild standards that touch every device on the web, and make them run faster. Users care about privacy and security more than whether some guy can cache something in the middle," Belshe said.

  4. Google Encrypted Search: 9 Key Points B2B Marketers Need to Know

    Mobile users (particularly with Android) are much more likely to be logged into Google from their device, thereby rendering a secured search experience by default. In my opinion, as users get more educated on online security, and are realizing that...

  5. SEOs Strike Out as Google Encrypts Signed-in Search Data

    As most mobile users are not in the habit of deleting cookies or logging out of services, this change will likely affect a greater percentage of mobile device searches. Nonetheless, if you use products like Gmail or Google+ on your mobile, you may...

  6. Google Mobile News Roundup: Android Security, Avoid Traffic, Emergency Numbers & More

    Google Mobile News Roundup: Android Security, Avoid Traffic, Emergency Numbers & More Google believes attackers only gathered device specific codes, but as we noted last week, the apps may have gathered personal information or even downloaded more...