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Search engine giant Google recently had its oops! moment after the company discovered that an anti-virus app "Virus Shield" available for $3.99 on its Play Store actually offered no security protection to users who had downloaded it.
Amazon.com's Prime subscribers will soon be able to binge on The Wire and Sopranos , marking the first time HBO shows are available online outside cable subscription and striking a blow to Netflix.
As more Canadians turn to online shopping, courier operator FedEx hopes an agreement to open shipping centres at Home Hardware Stores Ltd. will help it grab a larger piece of the growing e-commerce market.
Jonathan Goodman, president of Halyard Consulting and Professor at The School of Internet Marketing, discussed what to do when Google penalizes a website for unnatural links in his weekly podcast.
More and more internet marketing agencies are outsourcing their SEO services. We can't say why for sure.
Microsoft is expanding a program that gives schools the ability to prevent ads from appearing in search results when they use its Bing search engine.
According to the latest survey of 1,000 adults from FindLaw.com, a legal information website, 38 percent of respondents said they use the Internet to find and research a lawyer.
In one of the first efforts to quantify the impact of states accruing more tax revenue from Web purchases, researchers at Ohio State University published a paper this month that found sales dropped for Amazon when the online charge was introduced.
English is pretty much the most dynamic language on Earth, having adopted tons of words from practically every other tongue on the globe.
Printers, air quality monitors, and weighing scales aren't exactly in the realm of Baidu, China's largest search engine.
FWT, Inc., a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of wireless communication infrastructure products, announced today that it has received ISO-9001 certification from the International Standards Organization for the design and manufacturing of communications towers.
A RADIO producer stole a Blackburn woman's internet photos to use on a dating website and then sent out naked pictures of other women pretending to be her.
This Ann-Margret arrangement asks for more sultriness than technique, but in either case Miranda Kerr's attempt is not entirely satisfying.
Launched by O'Rourke Hospitality, a leader in hospitality marketing, SearchPRO is aimed at helping hoteliers increase the number of direct bookings by making sure their websites are optimized to be found by potential guests.
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In a blog post laced with profanities , Fab Inc. founder and Chief Executive Jason Goldberg bluntly acknowledges the challenges the company faces, but says he is working to figure out what the company is in order to turn it around.