Type your search and hit enter

web - News, Features, and Slideshows

News

  • Russian lawmakers support tighter web controls

    Russian lawmakers backed tighter Internet controls on Tuesday to defend against foreign meddling in draft legislation that critics warn could disrupt Russia's Internet and be used to stifle dissent.

    Written by Reuters13 Feb. 19 09:10
  • Ivan Ortiz leaves UBET for LGIAsuper

    Ivan Ortiz has packed in his head of technology role at Australian bookmaking company, UBET, to take on a similar role in the financial services sector at LGIAsuper.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien02 May 18 10:35
  • Link Building Strategies and Tips for 2014

    SEO experts share tips on effective link building strategies in 2014, along with a handful of common link building misconceptions.

    Written by James A. Martin03 April 14 23:58
  • Privacy: Will Facebook ever get it?

    With Facebook reportedly close to cutting a deal with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over privacy sins dating back to 2009, the question remains whether or not the social network's brain trust really gets the privacy issue.

    Written by John P. Mello Jr.12 Nov. 11 05:57
  • Google Maps provides street view-look at store interiors

    Google Maps is moving you off the street and inside local businesses with a new feature called Business Photos that shows you 360-degree images of store interiors using Street View technology. Business Photos lets you peek inside select stores in 10 U.S. cities and surrounding areas including Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Washington, D.C. The new feature is also available in Australia, France, Japan, New Zealand and the U.K.

    Written by Ian Paul28 Oct. 11 03:27
  • Google aims to close Google Maps loophole

    Google says it's working to keep the virtual lights on for businesses that are being incorrectly labeled as "closed" on Google Maps. The issue was raised in a New York Times article that profiled a handful of businesses that had been temporarily labeled closed on Google Maps, apparently due to what Google product manager Ethan Russell calls "malicious or incorrect labeling."

    Written by Eric Mack07 Sept. 11 00:44
[]