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Google Unleashes Mobilegeddon on Unprepared Websites


Webmasters who have not conformed to Google's mobile-friendly mandate have been cast out of their previous ranks on the mobile version of search, now that Mobilegeddon has befallen the world. Google last fall announced that it would give higher rankings to websites it deemed "mobile friendly," and any site hard to read or navigate on a mobile device would lose prominence in search results.
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Shopping for Algorithms and APIs in the Cloud


Algorithmia and Bedrock Data's cloud-based, on-demand services are turning the old-world drudgery of software development and data integration into point-and-click simplicity. These companies are bringing their services to market at just the right time. Their innovations are making it easier to gain real value from a widening array of business applications via the cloud.
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Re: Postwar Iraq Will Be Thirsty for Technology 2  shepdog   2003-03-27 10:02:57 
Re: AOL Takes on Telcos with Voice Mail Service 2  bembalicious   2003-03-26 22:18:37 
Re: Report: Half of Outsourced IT Projects Will Fail 4  sapsupport   2003-03-26 16:35:06 
Re: Study: Online Sales Tax - Who Cares? 7  HThomas1   2003-03-25 12:32:12 
Re: AMD's Next Move 2  bsoft   2003-03-24 22:01:07 
Re: Betting on Linux for Business 2  linuxzealot   2003-03-21 10:56:56 
Re: Time for a Database Changeover? 6  obnoxio   2003-03-20 15:51:01 
Re: The Big Business of Fighting Spam 2  antispam   2003-03-20 15:27:28 
Re: IT Security on a Shoestring Budget 2  venkats2000   2003-03-17 13:56:39 
Re: The Password Is... Confusion 3  carmack   2003-03-14 17:24:39 
Re: Who's Making Money from Online Community? 7  dyusem   2003-03-13 09:22:42 
Re: Microsoft To Debut Office Beta; Sun Bows New StarOffice 2  purvisa   2003-03-11 20:34:22 
Re: Report: 70 Percent of Retailers Lack E-Commerce Strategy 2  DSmith466   2003-03-09 13:03:00 
Re: The New Era of High-Speed E-Commerce 4  andrewcurrah   2003-03-05 17:45:13 
Re: Customer Service E-Mails Still Vanishing into Black Hole 5  mhunt1   2003-03-05 06:29:38 
Re: Why Gates Opened Windows in China 2  adrianb   2003-03-04 01:39:38 
Re: Uncle Sam Moving Its Yard Sales to eBay 2  daveseabury   2003-03-03 11:22:48 
Re: Lucent Closes Book on SEC Probe 2  basu_t   2003-03-02 04:36:30 
Re: How Web Services Will Change E-Business 2  awkuhn   2003-02-28 14:24:15 
Re: The Reinvention of E-Commerce 6  Klaus   2003-02-28 13:17:54 

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