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|601:|| Anonymous Browsing with Firefox|
Web users worried about privacy can now use a modified version of Firefox that lets them browse the net anonymously.
|Firefox Browser Usage and Support||Sept 20, 2006|
|602:|| Another Domain Name Appeared on My Dedicated IP|
"I have had a dedicated IP for years. Suddenly another domain name has appeared on my IP (using whois reverse IP lookup). The domain was redirecting to my site until I set up a 301 on my server in an effort to resolve canonical issues. I don't know how the domain name appeared to begin with, since I am paying for a dedicated IP. "
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Jan 25, 2010|
|603:|| Another New Google Favicon||Google SEO News and Discussion||Jan 10, 2009|
|604:|| Another Phorm Type Ad System Discovered?|
|Search Engine Spider and User Agent Identification||June 20, 2008|
|605:|| Answer All Requests from your Website|
"...confess to having deleted some of these without responding. What are the feelings on this? Must I answer them all even when I am offering the material at no charge?"
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Jan 13, 2005|
|606:|| Answers.com Acquired for $127 Million in Cash|
today announced that it has entered into a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by AFCV Holdings, LLC, a portfolio company of growth equity investor Summit Partners, for a total cash consideration of approximately $127 million.[br][br]"This is a great outcome for our shareholders," said Bob Rosenschein, Founder, Chairman and CEO. "After an exciting six years as a public company, we are very pleased to achieve considerable value for our investors."
|Community Building and User Generated Content||Feb 3, 2011|
|607:|| Answers.com Moves to Mitigate Dependence on Search Engine Algorithms|
"Answers Corporation announced today that, due to a search engine algorithmic adjustment by Google, Answers.com has seen a drop in search engine traffic starting last week. As a result, overall traffic is currently down approximately 28% from levels immediately prior to the change." (-subscription required)
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Aug 2, 2007|
|608:|| Anti-Phishing Protection For Your Google AdWords Account|
"Seems like every day I run across a new post or email or tweet from someone who's been hacked, and I found at least six phishing emails purportedly from Google in my spam folder this morning."
|Google AdWords||Sept 24, 2008|
|609:|| AntiTrust Division of DOJ Said to be Investigating Apple App Policies|
"... the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission are locked in negotiations over which of the watchdogs will begin an antitrust inquiry into Apple's new policy of requiring software developers who devise applications for devices such as the iPhone and iPad to use only Apple's programming tools."
|Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile Technologies||May 3, 2010|
|610:|| Antispam Email Technique, DomainKeys, Gets Preliminary Approval|
"A key Internet standards body gave preliminary approval on Tuesday to a powerful technology designed to detect and block fake e-mail messages. It's called DomainKeys Identified Mail, and it promises to give Internet users the best chance so far of stanching the seemingly endless flow of fraudulent junk e-mail."
|Webmaster General||May 23, 2007|
|611:|| Antitrust Group Wants Limits on Google - Yahoo Ad Deal|
"At the Justice Department, Thomas Barnett, the assistant attorney general for antitrust, declined to discuss the government's assessment of the deal. "We are obviously looking at the issues and trying to work through them," he told reporters."
|Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues||Sept 24, 2008|
|612:|| Antitrust Lawsuit: U.S. Justice Dept. Filed Against Apple, Hachette |
The U.S. sued Apple Inc., Hachette SA, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin and Simon and Schuster in New York district court, claiming the publishers colluded to fix eBook prices.
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Apr 11, 2012|
|613:|| Anything That Can Be Done About Thousands of Stolen Articles?|
So Google prefers to develop an algorithmic approach to spam control, rather than making one off hand removals. Are there any steps you can take besides the Spam Report?
|Google SEO News and Discussion||July 5, 2006|
|614:|| Aol Now Showing 4 Adwords|
"Noticed that Aol Anywhere is showing 4 sponsored Links(AdWords)." (story breaker - extended homepage run)
|Google AdWords||Jan 31, 2003|
|615:|| Apache Releases HTTP Server 2.4|
"It is with great pleasure that we announce the availability of Apache HTTP Server 2.4", said Eric Covener, Vice President of the Apache HTTP Server Project in a statement. "This release delivers a host of evolutionary enhancements throughout the server that our users, administrators, and developers will welcome. We've added many new modules in this release, as well as broadened the capability and flexibility of existing features."
|Apache Web Server||Feb 21, 2012|
|616:|| Apache: Mod Rewrite Exploit: Patch Your Servers Now To 2.2.3|
"Apache released verson 2.2.3 today which fixes the buffer overflow exploit in apache webservers."
|Apache Web Server||July 31, 2006|
|617:|| Apache: Overcoming a Hacked Site and htaccess Hijack|
WebmasterWorld Members talk through a hacking and site recovery.
|Apache Web Server||Jan 15, 2013|
|618:|| Apax Partners Purchase Incisive Media for $377m|
Parent company of Searchenginewatch sold.
|Webmaster General||Sept 26, 2006|
|619:|| App Developers New Privacy Guidelines From FTC Include Do Not Track For Mobile|
..the FTC says platforms and developers should require agreement when sensitive information like geolocation is accessed, and that they should consider doing the same for less sensitive but still personal data like photos or contacts.
|Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile Technologies||Feb 1, 2013|
|620:|| Appears Yahoo Has Updated|
Looks like we have dueling holiday updates...
|Yahoo Search Engine and Directory||Nov 25, 2004|
|621:|| Apple Avoided Billions in Taxes, Congressional Panel Says|
Even as Apple became the nation's most profitable technology company, it avoided billions in taxes in the United States and around the world
|The Macintosh Webmaster||May 21, 2013|
|622:|| Apple Blocks iPhone Developers Using Other Dev Tools|
"Adobe which was planning on releasing a Flash to app feature in Flash CS5 is suspected of being the prime target of Apple's evermore closed system."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Apr 9, 2010|
|623:|| Apple Demonstrates HTML5|
"Apple favours HTML5 over rival format Flash, and doesn't support Flash technology on its multimedia devices, such as the iPhone and iPad."
|HTML||June 4, 2010|
|624:|| Apple Drops iAd Pricing As Mobile Ad Share Declines|
Apple is once again slashing the minimum amount it charges advertisers to run a campaign on its iAd mobile ad system and boosting the amount it pays mobile app developers,
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Feb 15, 2012|
|625:|| Apple Gets Lawyers In Over 'pod' Companies|
"Following Google's insistence that media outlets shouldn't be using the term 'Googling', Apple has become similarly protective over the word Pod - whether it relates to the iPod or not. "
|WebmasterWorld Supporters||Aug 17, 2006|
|626:|| Apple ID Accounts Vulnerable to Password Reset Hack|
Apple ID accounts reportedly vulnerable to password reset hack.
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Apr 1, 2013|
|627:|| Apple Introduces Safari Browser for Microsoft Windows|
"Apple Inc. launched a version of its Safari Web browser for Windows-based PCs on Monday, pitting it against Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer and Mozilla's Firefox."
|HTML||June 11, 2007|
|628:|| Apple Launches Safari 4 (Beta )|
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Feb 24, 2009|
|629:|| Apple Launches iBooks 2 Textbooks for iPad: Now Anyone Can Be An Author|
iBooks Author is also available today as a free download from the Mac App Store and lets anyone with a Mac create stunning iBooks textbooks, cookbooks, history books, picture books and more, and publish them to Apple's iBookstore.
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Jan 19, 2012|
|630:|| Apple Launches iOS 5 (Beta) To Developers|
Apple today previewed iOS 5, the latest version of the world's most advanced mobile operating system, and released a beta version to iOS Developer Program members. The iOS 5 beta release includes over 200 new features that will be available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users this fall. New iOS 5 features include: Notification Center, an innovative way to easily view and manage notifications in one place without interruption; iMessage, a new messaging service that lets you easily send text messages, photos and videos between all iOS devices; and Newsstand, a new way to purchase and organize your newspaper and magazine subscriptions. With the new PC Free feature, iOS 5 users can activate and set up their iOS device right out of the box and get software updates over the air with no computer required.
|The Macintosh Webmaster||June 7, 2011|
|631:|| Apple May Build a Search Engine to Shield iPhone Data From Google|
"Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said there is a 70 percent chance Apple will roll out a mobile search engine tailored for its iPhone within the next five years. As the search provider for the iPhone, Google sees what iPhone users are searching for, which can help it tailor software and services for its own mobile smartphones."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Apr 4, 2010|
|632:|| Apple More Than Doubles Earnings With Q3 of $7.31 Billion|
Apple more than doubled its earnings in its fiscal third quarter on the strength of triple-digit sales of its iPhone and iPad product lines.[br][br]The company, which posted its numbers after the close of trading on Wall Street Tuesday afternoon, earned $7.31 billion, or $7.79 per diluted share, on revenues of $28.6 billion. That's up sharply from a year ago during the same period when Apple earned $3.3 billion, or or $3.51 per share, on $15.7 billion in sales.
|The Macintosh Webmaster||July 20, 2011|
|633:|| Apple Patches DNS Flaw|
"On Friday, Apple posted a security advisory saying that the patch will fix Apple's implementation of the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) DNS server in Mac OS X v10.4.11, Mac OS X Server v10.4.11, Mac OS X v10.5.4 and Mac OS X Server v10.5.4."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Aug 1, 2008|
|634:|| Apple Posts Q4 $7.9 billion: iPhone Sales Strong|
"Apple's fourth-quarter profit soared past expectations on extremely strong sales of the iPhone, but revenue was a little light, and the company left itself a lot of wiggle room heading into what it called a "challenging" environment."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Oct 22, 2008|
|635:|| Apple Previews Next Version of Mac OS X With Spotlight Search|
"Jobs on Monday showed off a coming feature for Apple computers, called Spotlight, that will allow users to search quickly for words and concepts stored on a hard drive by using search technology borrowed from the company's iTunes online music service."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||June 29, 2004|
|636:|| Apple Q1 Profits Up 71pct at $6 Billion|
Apple made record profits and record revenues in the run-up to Christmas as shoppers bought more Macs, iPhones, and iPads than analysts predicted.
The company said that in the three months to 25 December, net profit was $6bn (£3.7bn) on revenues of $26.74bn.
Steve Jobs, Apple's chief executive, said in a statement: "We had a phenomenal holiday quarter."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Jan 19, 2011|
|637:|| Apple Q2 Revenue Reaches $13.5 Billion|
"Gross margin was 41.7 percent, up from 39.9 percent in the year-ago quarter."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Apr 21, 2010|
|638:|| Apple Quarterly Results Q1 2009, Record Revenues||The Macintosh Webmaster||Jan 24, 2009|
|639:|| Apple Releases Safari 5|
Safari 5 boasts 30% faster speeds, more HTML5 support and the addition of Safari Extensions.
|HTML||June 8, 2010|
|640:|| Apple Releases iOS 4.2 For iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch|
"Once again, the iPad with iOS 4.2 will define the target that other tablets will aspire to, but very few, if any, will ever be able to hit."
|The Macintosh Webmaster||Nov 22, 2010|