Mar 27, 2012

Google Play From - Guide

"GOOGLE PLAY" added newly in navigation bar from

Introducing Google Play

Now your favorite music, books, movies, apps, and games are all in one place that's accessible from the Web and any Android device. Discover, buy and share like never before

Play Anywhere

All your entertainment in one place

With over 450,000 apps, millions of songs and books, and thousands of movies, Google Play has something for everyone. Before you decide what you want, sample a song or book for free, view app ratings, reviews, and screenshots, or watch a movie trailer. Google Play is a more connected, powerful experience.

Google Play is your one-stop shop for all your favorite entertainment.

The power of the cloud

How cool would it be if your entertainment was just available anywhere? Now it is. Buy a book on your Android phone and read it on the web at Buy a new album on your Android tablet and listen to it on your desktop at work. Rent a movie online and watch it anywhere on your phone. That’s the beauty of the cloud. You can read, listen and watch all your favorite content anywhere you want. No software required and no wires or syncing needed, and the best part - Google Play cloud is free to use.

Mar 21, 2012

Google Chrome became the top world's top browser for the first time

According to a survey performed by web metrics firm Statcounter, Google Chrome got the title for most used browser in the world.

Statistics display that Google chrome became the top world's top browser for the first time on sunday, attributing its reputation thanks to utilization in SBrazil, India and Russia.

"While it is only one day, this is a milestone," exclaimed Aodhan Cullen, the CEO of StatCounter, in a statement published by the organisation.

According to the Reuters report, On March 18 for the first time approximately 32.7% of worldwide chrome web browsing took place, followed by Internet Explorer with 32.5 %. As of Monday, Chrome took up to 30% of browser usage and Internet Explorer made up to approximately 35% world wide market share. Followed by Firefox nearly 25% and Safari with just 7%.

Mar 19, 2012

Overly Optimized - Google is Preparing to Penalize Sites

This is an interesting move by Google but not completely off the rocker for them. Last year they clogged results for the domain because they considered they impure results.

Google plans to target far too improved websites because they want to level the stage for other websites who do not focus on such initiatives. Generally there are websites out there that really focus their initiatives on SEO and not content and those results would achieve greater rankings than websites that don’t focus on SEO.

Google Engineer Matt Cutts explains the following: “We are trying to make GoogleBot smarter, make our relevance better, and we are also looking for those who abuse it, like too many keywords on a page, or exchange way too many links or go well beyond what you normally expect.”

Mar 16, 2012

Google Concentrating on Semantic Search Technology

According to a latest appointment with Amit Singhal, a top professional at Google search, Google is planning on making algorithmic changes in the long run in order to offer end customers better google search. Google is optimistic that the new changes, which will be mainly targeted on semantic search technological innovation, will strengthen their popularity in the internet google search market and help the company offer better mobile technological innovation advancing.

The algorithmic shift is partially motivated by Google’s plans to launch Google Assistant later this year on Android devices. Google Assistant, which will compete directly with Apple’s Siri, will provide users with answers to questions and specific information rather than traditional search results. Singhal, who is a senior Google VP and Google Fellow, recently indicated that semantic search is a necessary for a company to be competitive long-term in the mobile space.
“When we can deliver small nuggets of information, that system is far more suited to mobile phones and searching with voice.”

Mar 15, 2012

Akira Yoshizawa's 101st anniversary - Google Doodle Japanese

Google has celebrate the perform of the Japaneses artisan known as the grandmaster of origami. Akira Yoshizawa might not be a name you've observed of, but it's one Google is presenting to you from yesterday.

That's because the look for Google newest doodle, enjoying the Japaneses artists 101st anniversary, reveals off exactly why Yoshizawa is known as the grandmaster of origami (yes, the noble art of paper folding, usually only seen in this country in the form of napkin swans).

The doodle consists of an origami fashioned authentic Google logo, complete with four strategically added butterflies perched on various letters.

It was actually created not by Google regular in-house performers, but a well-known modern United states origami professional who desired to pay honor to Yoshizawa, Robert J Lang.

Mar 13, 2012

Why Internet Security? How it would be helpful in protecting your Internet hub

Stay Away from Internet Threats with COMODO Internet Security - Believe in the Best

In our day-to-day internet life we would have faced many problems from minor to major like PC infected by virus,unwanted pop ups,malicious code transformation from random site visits,email warning from the hacker that your IP address is hacked,we can also include some major problems like social networking account hacking by stealing the personal details, Money loss during a transaction through Internet.

Are you people going to be the victim of these problems. No right? Then I would suggest you to come out from the ignorance of the Internet Security.

Why Internet Security? How it would be helpful in protecting your Internet hub.

The Internet Security's importance is going to the high level in the past decades due to the arise of problems like Virus Attacks and Hackers Activities.

Mozilla is offering an experimental add-on to its Firefox browser

Mozilla is offering an experimental add-on to its Firefox browser, which illustrates technique tracking graphically as the user moves between sites

Collusion is part of Mozilla's work with the Ford Foundation to inform people about the privacy aspects of cookies and browser tracking. It creates a spider-style plans of tracking as the user goes between sites.

demo of the software reveals how users are tracked between two websites that share an advertiser.

The add-on will allow individuals to see who is tracking them and to convert tracking off precisely, says Mozilla.

Google Changed policy on "Do Not Track" (DNT) for its Browser Chrome

Google has changed its plan on "do not track" (DNT) for its browser Chrome and will include the function by the end of the year.

DNT will allow users to set their browsers Tracking is used by many websites and promoters to collect information on guests' behavior.

US government announced plans to introduce a written Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights, similar in scope to European data privacy laws.

"As the internet evolves, consumer trust is essential for the continued growth of the digital economy," said President Barack Obama in a statement.

"That's why an online privacy Bill of Rights is so important. For businesses to succeed online, consumers must feel secure."

SSL to Global Search Sites Added By Google

Google has improved protection on its searches globally by increasing standard SSL encrypted sheild to search made from any of its local websites, such as

Formerly SSL was only used to looks created from the US website.

Meanwhile, a survey by Pew Internet reveals a dislike among the majority of American adults for personalised search.

Applying SSL encryption will "increase the security and comfort of your web searches," said Google software professional Michael Safyan,

This SSL will applied to the searches only if you login in to Google accounts.

Mar 8, 2012

Website is Your Key to Promote Your Products

Doing business has now become very simple and affordable because of the world wide web.  You do not have to put up a shop for your screen products, and you no more have to seek the services of revenue employees for your clients.  Instead, hyou will just have to make a web page which has also a exclusive cashier and a shipping assistance.

The only downside of an online business is the fact that the displays are done virtually so the customers can only look, but not hold and closely inspect the products. You can describe the ingredients of the perfume to them, but you cannot let them smell it. If you are into selling dresses, you can describe to the customer what materials were used and you can tell her the size, but she cannot try it on to see if it looks good on her.

SSL Certificates – Secure your clients and yourself

What is a SSL Certificate?
SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer, a global standard security technology developed by Netscape in 1994. SSL is all about encryption. SSL is the backbone of your secure Internet and it protects your sensitive information as it travels across the world. It keeps the Internet from being ruled by anarchists and criminals and provides many direct benefits to you and your customers.It creates an encrypted link between a web server and a web browser.

How SSL Works?
The primary reason why SSL is used is to keep sensitive information sent across the Internet encrypted so that only the intended recipient can understand it. This is important because the information you send on the Internet is passed from computer to computer to get to the destination server. Any computer in between you and the server can see your credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, and other sensitive information if it is not encrypted with an SSL certificate. When an SSL certificate is used, the information becomes unreadable to everyone except for the server you are sending the information to. This protects it from hackers and identity thieves.

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