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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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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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Re: AT&T Sees T-Mobile Merger Through Rose-Colored Glasses  Jeff Kagan  2011-04-22 01:40:27
Not duopoly  Jethrob  2011-04-22 02:10:51
Re: Match.com's Sex Offender Screening May Be Marginally Better Than Nothing  Erika Morphy  2011-04-18 19:58:43
False security  robertcooney  2011-04-18 20:28:49
Re: Sony's GeoHot Settlement Won't Stop Anonymous  Erika Morphy  2011-04-12 05:14:02
Honestly though the approach does fringe on the first ammendment  Asillynert  2011-04-12 16:27:43
Only half the case  cward24  2011-04-12 06:17:42
Using the Home Depot example  jingjacksonwang  2011-04-12 05:50:42
lawnmowers need gas  droog  2011-04-12 14:13:48
Re: Salt Lake City to Give NFC Payment System a Go  Erika Morphy  2011-04-12 05:59:40
Mobile Payments  Spawlowski87  2011-04-12 06:05:25
Re: The PG&E Disaster and the Case for Digitizing Physical Documents  Charles King  2011-04-06 06:10:58
Great sales pitch, but not actually true for this case  RIMMAN  2011-04-06 09:13:23
Re: Making Mobile Payments Work for Your Small Business  Greg Hammermaster  2011-04-05 06:34:17
Virtual Mastercard Goes Mobile!  Spawlowski87  2011-04-05 06:53:43
Re: Thumbs Up or Down for AT&T + T-Mobile?  Jeff Kagan  2011-03-31 05:17:02
I'll tell you as a former AT&T customer who just moved to t-mobile...  wizworks  2011-04-01 13:40:31
Great if you're with Straight talk  SallyMc  2011-03-31 05:34:13
Re: Prepaid Wireless Has Finally Grown Up  Jeff Kagan  2011-03-24 07:38:53
senior citizens  Boja  2011-03-31 20:24:01
Tracfone  AlexR22  2011-03-31 12:59:10
Doing work  DuqueneM  2011-03-30 07:04:49
Competition!  SimonSeriously  2011-03-29 06:58:33
Strong business is key  JulianArch  2011-03-27 09:19:37
A more moderate appraoch  Kilkenny  2011-03-28 02:09:36
prepaid wireless is growing up  bernyh  2011-03-24 07:54:45
Re: Should You Outsource or Keep IT In-House?  Scott Gordon  2009-07-26 04:42:33
Best of both worlds?  djohnson88  2011-03-31 12:59:07
Re: Amazon Lets Customers Take Android Apps Out for a Spin  Rob Spiegel  2011-03-29 11:29:20
Wonder if that concept is patentable?  daboochmeister  2011-03-29 11:31:54
Re: Tiered Pricing: Intervention for Technology Addicts  Sidney Hill  2011-03-21 06:33:15
Smart phones fro 45 a month are a fact now  JulianArch  2011-03-27 09:24:59
Re: AT&T's T-Mobile Plans: Who's Looking Out for Consumers?  Sidney Hill  2011-03-25 05:32:20
This was doomed . . .  farmerbob  2011-03-25 10:22:45
Re: Oracle's Itanium Slug Leaves Intel Bruised, HP Battered  Richard Adhikari  2011-03-24 21:14:48
Childish decision  ShesAllOverIT  2011-03-24 21:20:49
Re: The Internet, Social Media and Mubarak's Dangerous Game  Charles King  2011-02-08 14:33:56
Technology allowing truth  mitchroth  2011-03-23 12:44:18
The Internet, Social Media and Mubarak's Dangerous Game  StFi  2011-02-08 14:50:19
Re: The Fuse Is Lit for the mHealth Industry Explosion  Jeff Kagan  2011-03-11 15:41:35
What's in a name?  ericlrock  2011-03-23 12:22:46
Re: Amazon Android Appstore Arrives, Greeted by Apple Lawyers  Rob Spiegel  2011-03-22 17:15:05
Don't Thank Me... Here's a Freebie  ozone702  2011-03-22 17:19:37
Re: Apple to the Core: iPad 2 Is a Dominator  Laura DiDio  2011-03-16 09:16:23
There is neither a 100m nor 200m relay!!!  kiowavt  2011-03-17 01:04:43
Who does your estimates?  dewasa  2011-03-16 13:56:37
Re: Online Sports Marketing: Setting Up for a Grand Slam  John P. Mello Jr.  2008-01-23 07:05:18
Online Sports Marketing Update  OSMGuy  2011-03-16 19:29:57
Re: The Googleist Reformation  Andrea Belz  2011-03-16 14:33:05
The next candidate for "reformation?"  mod  2011-03-16 14:48:52
Etsy.com Privacy Breach  DeeplyOffended  2011-03-11 17:14:24

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