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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: Netscape Prototype Browser More Secure, Says Analyst 2  gbarnes2   2004-12-08 06:41:57 
Re: NTT DoCoMo To Launch New Mobile Phone Models 3  skyfireman   2004-12-05 19:10:57 
Re: Guilty by Association 2  ttul   2004-11-27 14:08:14 
Re: How To Manage a Business Naming Project 2  Soky   2004-11-26 12:33:59 
Re: Exclusive Interview: America Online, Patrick Gates, Vice-President of E-Commerce 2  ticadog1   2004-11-24 09:51:47 
Re: Google Sued for Indexing Adult Photos 2  Mrc_mrc   2004-11-24 09:22:28 
Re: Small and Steady Could Win the E-Commerce Race 12  clairevolt   2004-11-23 03:45:02 
Re: Five Myths in E-Commerce About Personalization 2  bridgetwi   2004-11-22 11:35:08 
Re: Yahoo Enters New Arena 2  DelboyUK   2004-11-14 14:31:59 
E-Commence 1  ROSS2309   2004-11-05 09:24:36 
Out source to India 3  maidnus   2004-11-05 04:01:17 
Re: British NHS Strikes Deal with Microsoft 2  deanhash   2004-11-03 15:59:35 
Re: Advisory: Windows Platform Widely Vulnerable to Attack 3  ctene   2004-10-31 23:11:40 
Xbox lawsuit 1  rmbeverlin   2004-10-29 10:56:15 
Re: Microsoft Faces Suit for Selling 'Defective' Game Systems 2  rmbeverlin   2004-10-29 10:52:40 
Re: AOL Dumps Microsoft's Spam Filter Standard 4  jenfromthelou   2004-10-20 17:17:54 
Re: Spitzer Probe Has Insurance World Shaking 2  spm   2004-10-20 10:05:26 
Re: Intel Puts 4 GHz Processor on Back Burner 3  weaselmeat   2004-10-15 14:42:49 
Re: Funner Worm Spreads to US 2  micahfk   2004-10-14 20:02:49 
Re: AOL Time Warner: Who's the Boss? 4  BizAngel   2004-10-13 11:28:10 

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