Monthly Archives: August 2012

New Amazon Product sells out in the US

(image) Amazon's Kindle Fire has sold out in the states after being on sale for just nine months

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Twitter advertising to become more targeted

(image) Twitter has announced it will allow more personalised marketing on its site in an attempt to drive profit margins.

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Obama uses Reddit to engage with voters

(image) "Hey everybody - this is barack" - President Obama takes to Reddit to chat with Americans.

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Chrome Browser for Technical SEO

For the past few months I’ve been giving Google’s Chrome browser a test drive as my go-to, do-everything, Swiss army browser, and it’s doing very well indeed. It isn’t without its problems – the preferences menus, for example, appear to be the result of some kind of drunken wager – but on the whole, it’s ...

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Amazon launches UK daily deals service

(image) Retail giant has launched its own daily deals service in the UK, beginning in London and planned to eventually expand across the country.

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Surge in Google takedown requests

(image) The number of sites Google is removing has doubled along with government attempts to access user information.

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Mastercard announce digital wallet deal

(image) Mastercard have today revealed it will collaborate with Everything Everywhere in a digital wallet deal.

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Samsung facing the consequences of Apple patent defeat

(image) Samsung and Google facing significant problems after Apple's patent triumph.

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What is all this data really worth?

test the change in date The world of digital display advertising is in a greater state of flux now than ever. Over the past few years we have gone from a digital replication of the traditional media buying approaches to a world of Demand Side Platforms, where media is bought on an individual ad impression ...

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Apple rewrites Facebook app for iOS

(image) Apple has announced the popular social media app, Facebook, has been rewritten following complaints it was too slow.

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