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Adobe Officially Announces Flash for Android

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

HTC have just announced their long awaited Android phone known as the ‘HTC Hero’, just after they released details of the new phone a video and press release poppped up on the Adobe website. This video shows Adobe Flash being used on the new Android HTC Hero handset, this is a long awaited feature for [...]

Coca-Cola Admits to Failing to Keep Up With Social Media

Tuesday, 23 June 2009

NMA report that Coca Colas VP of global advertising strategy, Jonathan Mildenhall, has admitted to not keeping up with the Social Media but plans to increase its social media exposure. See below for a quote: “Speaking at the international advertising festival Cannes Lions 2009, Mildenhall admitted the multi-national corporation had been slow to embrace UGC [...]

Google Update Flash Indexing Capabilities

Monday, 22 June 2009

Google have updated their flash indexing tools, with the ability to load external resources. See below for a quote from the Google Blog: “We just added external resource loading to our Flash indexing capabilities. This means that when a SWF file loads content from some other file—whether it’s text, HTML, XML, another SWF, etc.—we can [...]

Orthodox Jews Launch Koogle.co.il

Thursday, 18 June 2009

As you may or may not know, devout Jews are banned by their rabbis from surfing the internet. Now a group of jews have released a new search engine called Koogle, of which rabbis have allowed Jews to view. See below for a quote from a Reuters article: “The site, at www.koogle.co.il, omits religiously objectionable [...]

MySpace Cuts Staff By Third in US Offices

Wednesday, 17 June 2009

MySpace laid off 420 employees in its US offices yesterday with more cuts in its international divisions and other News Corp Fox Interactive Media (Fim) properties expected to come. The cuts, making up about a third of its staff, had been rumoured for a number of weeks and affect all divisions of the company. MySpace [...]

Matt Cutts Talks Page Sculpting

Wednesday, 17 June 2009

People think about PageRank in lots of different ways. People have compared PageRank to a “random surfer” model in which PageRank is the probability that a random surfer clicking on links lands on a page. Other people think of the web as an link matrix in which the value at position (i,j) indicates the presence [...]

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