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  1. The Multi-Platform Majority Has Arrived. Are You Ready?

    Mobile Internet usage started out on web browsers, which if you remember was terribly inconvenient during the early era of smartphones. Given the rapid increase in adoption of other web-enabled devices, we should perhaps not be surprised to see...

  2. Google Pays $17 Million to Settle Apple Safari User Tracking Case

    Google has also agreed not to deploy similar code in future unless necessary to “detect, prevent or otherwise address fraud, security or technical issues,” and to improve the information given to users about how it serves adverts to their browsers.

  3. 7 Ways to Make Your Google Search Result Stand Out

    Inline annotations aren't currently supported in mobile browsers. Consider how you would approach building the perfect web page. Utilize search engine friendly file names and permalink structures to make your listing more relevant, for example...

  4. 'Grand Theft Auto V' Videos Stealing the Most Buzz Among Gamers [Study]

    Tech lags significantly behind other sectors, with ads for video games, smartphones, web browsers and tablets only generating 8.9 percent of the total number of shares. Battle of the Browsers: Google Chrome has attracted almost 70% of the total all...

  5. The United States of Google: Mapping Google Usage by State

    As an advertising network that serves billions of online advertisements per month, Chitika collected data for this study from user agent info provided by web browsers when it served an ad impression. Some Southwestern, Midwestern and Southern...

  6. Website Launch Checklist: 25 Things to Test Before Your Site Goes Live

    Web developers know the inner workings of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and how browsers handle those languages. Check to make sure the pages render well in common browsers. For the Web Designer Web designers know what the original design intent is...

  7. Need a Timer? Use Google

    It does seem to work in all browsers, so it’s not exclusive to Google Chrome. If you ever need a quick timer for something, grabbing your phone or a regular timer isn’t always convenient when you’re sitting at your desk – and you might not want to...

  8. Google Analytics Finally Gives Developers Content Experiments API

    That is to say, they show changes the visitors would see in their browsers. Does your web team use APIs to interact with Google Analytics? Google Analytics revamped Content Experiments last summer. Now, nearly a year later, they've announced a new...

  9. Driving Consumer Insights With Mobile Analytics

    Craver mentioned Chromeless browsers under the Mobile App Experience above, and likely the two most popular related platforms to use are: PhoneGap and Appcelerator. So if you're building an app for an iOS, Android, Windows Phone or whatever, it won...

  10. SEO Diagnostics: Urgent & Preventive Care

    Set a far-future Expires header, which allows browsers to cache content and assets. Specify a character set, so browsers can begin parsing/executing faster. Take data from Google and Bing Webmaster Tools (WMT) and try to validate what you’re seeing...