Oh boy, oh boy, but lets start with the most important message from Google I/O
From SE Rountable:
Not too long ago Firefox broke news that they were dropping Google as their default search provider and moving on to a five year partnership with Yahoo.
HTTP is updating to HTTP/2! According to this article in Gizmodo, benefits include:
Is this the final reach that sinks Apple, cutting into their $180 billion in cash, or is this the leap that puts Apple over the top with one of the first fully functional automated cars.
There has been a buzz for a while now with regards to Apple developing their own search engine as opposed to using others.
This is actually scary:
Google recently launched their version of a mortgage calculator.
Google is looking for volunteers to test out a new way to report search queries in Webmaster Tools.
TechCrunch recently posted an article about the latest incredible humanoid robot, citing how the robot can now stand and move on its own without a wired power source.
The easiest solution for e-commerce start-upers and business owners are E-commerce platforms.
Although Microsoft has introduced their version of a real-time automated translater that works through Skype, enabling voice to be translated into spoken and written word, Google recently announced
GM announced a range of new OnStar services, including one called AtYourSe
Wordpress released a new version on 12/18 and it has a handful of new features which are nice, but not the main point.
Just spotted this on SEL: http://searchengineland.com/google-close-freebase-helped-feed-knowledge-graph-211103
Back in January of 2013, Google announced they were acquiring Nest Labs for just over $3Billion in cash.
Google recently introduced a new API for its spam detecting reCAPTCHA - calling it the "No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA" since it no longer requires users to figure out and type the distorted text they see.
Some routine traffic checks for clients (who shall remain anonymous) revealed some interesting anomolies in Google Analytics for direct traffic. Starting around Nov.
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