Google to Kill Single Most Annoying Thing About Browsing the Web

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Description: You know that panicked feeling when you’ve got a zillion browser tabs open, and one of them starts blaring music? Google is about to put an end to that. Source: CNN Money Date: August 28th, 2015 In a soon-to-be released update to the chrome browser. Google will no longer allow sounds and videos to load in background… Read more »

Google Embraces ‘Mobile-Friendly’ Sites in Search Shake-up

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Description: Change billed as ‘mobile-geddon’ by some search experts, Google has been urging websites to cater to mobile device for years, mainly because that is where people are increasingly searching for information. Source: CBC News Date: April 17, 2015   Google is about to change the way its influential search engine recommends websites on smartphones and tablets in… Read more »

Wibidata Machine Learning Platform Offers Capabilities Comparable To And Google

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Description: Wibidata, the application builder, has launched a new platform that will add a personal touch for users. Users will gain access to relevant search results and personalized content similar to Google. Source: Tech Crunch Date: November 29, 2013 Wibidata, a big data application provider, has a new platform for building real-time apps that shows the increasing accessibility… Read more »

How to increase your search engine optimization

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Description: Every company wants to be the first listing in a Google search. Some spend thousands of dollars making sure their websites are search accessible. This process is called search engine optimization (SEO). It’s certainly legal and quite common. Source: USAToday .com. Date: Sept 16, 2011 Big problems arise when you employ illegal tactics, often… Read more »