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681: new post   Apple vs Google : Apple Sues Android Phone Manufacture HTC
"...By going after the biggest Android manufacturer, Apple is putting all Android cell phone makers, and by extension Google, on notice. The battle lines are now drawn."
Smartphone, Wireless, and Mobile TechnologiesMar 2, 2010
682: new post   Apple's Developer Site Hacked and Offline
In a note to developers, the company said that an "intruder" tried to gain access to developer information, prompting the company to take the service down. Sensitive information on that site was encrypted, Apple said, however it's keeping the site down while security is being hardened.
The Macintosh WebmasterJuly 22, 2013
683: new post   Apple's Q4 2010 Earnings Announced
The Company posted record revenue of $20.34 billion and net quarterly profit of $4.31 billion.
The Macintosh WebmasterOct 19, 2010
684: new post   Apple's Safari -- first browser to pass Acid2 Test
Good news from the Web Standards Project. "With today's release of Mac OS X 10.4.3, Apple's Safari RSS (version 2.0.2/416.12) is the first (publicly-released, non-beta, non-preview) browser to successfully pass the Acid2 test."
CSSNov 1, 2005
685: new post   Apple's Tim Cook On User Privacy: Takes a Swipe at "Competitors"
Apple's Tim Cook has decided to make a statement on privacy, whilst taking a pop at "competitors."
The Macintosh WebmasterSept 18, 2014
686: new post   Apple's own social network for music, "Ping"
Apple to launch their own version of Twitter and Facebook
The Macintosh WebmasterSept 2, 2010
687: new post   Apple, Google Caught Collecting User Location Data
Wall Street Journal: "...an HTC Android phone collected its location every few seconds and transmitted the data to Google at least several times an hour. It also transmitted the name, location and signal strength of any nearby Wi-Fi networks, as well as a unique phone identifier.[br][br]Until last year, Google was collecting similar Wi-Fi data with its fleet of StreetView cars that map and photograph streets world-wide. The company shut down its StreetView Wi-Fi collection last year after it inadvertently collected e-mail addresses, passwords and other personal information from Wi-Fi networks. The data that Mr. Kamkar observed being transmitted on Android phones didn't include such personal information.
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesApr 22, 2011
688: new post   Apple: iTunes Users Not To Upgrade To Vista Just Yet
"Apple has warned Windows users running its iTunes software that they should wait for its next update before upgrading their PCs to Microsoft's new Windows Vista operating system."
The Macintosh WebmasterFeb 6, 2007
689: new post   Approximately 557 New gTLDs Either Approved, Soon to Be or Pending
Listing of pending or approved new gTLDs, with an unlimited number of additional new gTLDs possible...
Domain NamesNov 12, 2013
690: new post   April 2007 Google SERP Changes - The Early Returns
Ya, it's April fools day - but the index beat goes on.
Google SEO News and DiscussionApr 2, 2007
691: new post   April 2012 Google AdSense Earnings and Observations
WebmasterWorld's AdSense barometer - a monthly look at Google AdSense earnings and observations.
Google AdSenseApr 7, 2012
692: new post   April 2014 AdSense Earnings and Observations
WebmasterWorld's monthly look at Google AdSense.
Google AdSenseApr 9, 2014
693: new post   Are Anchor Text Based Algos Bogus?
"Anchors, imo, are unnatural and they don't happen naturally online anymore. People generally don't naturally link that way today except when doing it for seo purposes, or in blogs (the last place today it seems where you find people linking out in the traditional way using descriptive anchors)."
WebmasterWorld SupportersOct 6, 2005
694: new post   Are Beginners Better Ad Clickers?
WebmasterWorld members discuss whether beginners in a particular website topic click more than site visitors who are expert in the subject. The implications are it may pay more to create content for newbies than to write for site visitors with advanced knowledge.
Google AdSenseAug 16, 2008
695: new post   Are Bikini Pictures Considered "Adult Content" to Google Adsense?
Web publishers discuss vague AdSense program policies
Google AdSenseAug 28, 2013
696: new post   Are Bloggers The New Press Reporters
FooJan 31, 2008
697: new post   Are Captchas Dead?
"It takes about 10 seconds to solve a captcha, so that means humanity is wasting thousands of hours solving them."
Website Technology IssuesJune 11, 2007
698: new post   Are Coupons a Profitable Method of Promotion?
"What are the pros and cons of catering to the discount mindset?"
EcommerceAug 15, 2009
699: new post   Are Exact Match Domains Better For SEO Than Domains For Branding
WebmasterWorld Members discuss whether it's better for SEO to go for a shorter domain for branding, or to go for exact match domains.
Google SEO News and DiscussionJuly 31, 2012
700: new post   Are Filters for Example.com and WWW.example.com Different?
Discussion about the competitive filter, and whether you should use WWW when filtering websites from showing on your website. AdSenseAdvisor pops in with some good advice.
Google AdSenseFeb 17, 2006
701: new post   Are Free Submission Directories Being Deindexed By Google
WebmasterWorld Members are reporting deindexing of free submission directories. Is this a Panda or Penguin hit, or a routine purge.
Google SEO News and DiscussionMay 16, 2012
702: new post   Are Link Pages and Programs a Waste of Time?
WebmasterWorld members touch on that age old subject of links." (-subscription required)
WebmasterWorld SupportersJune 1, 2007
703: new post   Are Links From "stingy linkers" More Valuable?
Google SEO News and DiscussionJune 23, 2009
704: new post   Are Low Quality Sites Causing Concern?
"The problem isn't really "amateur" content, though. Lots of so-called amateur content is extremely good. The problem is sites that are more interested in word count than in any kind of quality."
Google AdSenseOct 4, 2007
705: new post   Are MFAs and Arbitrage Sites Killing AdSense?
"..we are all sick to the back teeth of talking about the scurge of MFAs, obviously Google aren't going to get rid of them anytime soon."
Google AdSenseAug 29, 2006
706: new post   Are Most People Familiar with .org Internationally
Interesting discussion around the classic Top Level Domain questions; "Is .org familiar to most internet users internationally? And do they generally know what it's intended to represent?"
Domain NamesJuly 22, 2009
707: new post   Are Nine Million Worm-Infected Machines Slowing e-Shopping?
EcommerceJan 26, 2009
708: new post   Are Older AdSense Sites Making More Than New and Updated Sites
Google AdSenseJan 30, 2009
709: new post   Are SEO's expensive?
"Why does it cost $100+ an hour to hire a SEO professional?"
General Search Engine Marketing IssuesDec 11, 2001
710: new post   Are SSD Hard Drives Good Enough For Server Use?
"Can I drop 2 or 3 drives in to a webserver and let them run for 3-4 years with no problems?"
Webmaster HardwareJan 1, 2011
711: new post   Are Scrapers Exploiting Your sitemap.xml File?
Some people say they suffer ranking problems very soon after adding a sitemap for Google. Could it be that a sitemap.xml fle exposes them to widespread scraping?
Google SEO News and DiscussionMay 7, 2007
712: new post   Are Site Links Subject to Copyright?
"Is linking to a site in any way a copyright issue?"
Content, Writing and CopyrightJan 21, 2008
713: new post   Are Splash Pages Site Killers or Site Makers?
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HTMLJune 26, 2002
714: new post   Are There SEO Friendly Ways to Help Prevent Site Plagiarism?
Content, Writing and CopyrightFeb 14, 2009
715: new post   Are They Monitoring Your WhoIs Queries?
"One of my clients e-mailed me earlier this week about registering a domain name. I checked on the domain and it was available, so I e-mailed the client back. Today, my client finally sent me the approval to register the domain, but when I checked today, it had been registered by a domain name reseller."
Domain NamesNov 8, 2006
716: new post   Are US Citizens willing to pay in other currencies ?
"Something I've noticed is that people in the US seem to have an aversion to making online payments in any currency other than USD"
EcommerceNov 11, 2001
717: new post   Are Virtual Domains Still Risky or are they Safe Now?
It is an older topic that just keeps coming back to life. The controversy around Virtual Hosted Domains will not go away.
0May 23, 2002
718: new post   Are We Seeing Google Vince Update 2.0?
Could there be a lot of confusion in attributing ranking success of brands post-Panda with Panda instead of Vince? We talk a lot about different iterations of Panda (1.0 to 2.5), but not about Vince.
Google SEO News and DiscussionNov 1, 2011
719: new post   Are Web Safe Colors Obsolete?
"...He poked a finger into my chest and insisted it's absolutely essential to use web safe colors in graphics."
WebmasterWorld SupportersJuly 3, 2004
720: new post   Are You Preparing For (U.S.) Sales Tax Collection?
WebmasterWorld Members discuss aspects of preparing Ecommerce sites for potential Sales Tax Collection requirements.
EcommerceMay 8, 2013
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