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March, 2013

  • 14 March

    Google Images Layout Gets More Updates

    Google Images - Try These Too

    At the end of January Google released their first big change to the layout of Google Images providing a more streamlined process – changing their Google Images layout to now display the a preview of the image directly inline with the image you clicked on. However this morning when I went to run a search on Google Images I noticed something ...

  • 8 March

    Namecheap Announces The Acceptance of Bitcoins

    Namecheap Accepting Bitcoin

    Domain name giant and hosting company Namecheap recently announced the acceptance of Bitcoins for its services. “We’re delighted to inform you that we now accept the Bitcoin payment method, in addition to PayPal, Google CheckOut, Visa, Mastercard, and American Express,” stated the company via its homepage. Namecheap is a customer-focused domain name registrar and web host. For months now, Bitcoin ...

  • 6 March

    ServInt Flex VPS Now Offers Ubuntu Linux

    ServInt Flex Semi-Dedicated Servers

    Hosting provider ServInt on March 1st announced new compatibility for Linux-based operating system Ubuntu via the company’s VPS Flex line. Discussing the matter in a press release, company CTO Matt Loschert noted the OS had “grown by leaps and bounds since its introduction in 2004.” “It is now the most popular Linux distribution in the desktop and laptop world, with increasing ...

  • 2 March

    Zurmo CRM Added to Softaculous Auto Installer

    Softaculous Zurmo CMS

    Softaculous Ltd., the developer of Softaculous Auto Installer that simplifies Application deployment on various hosting platforms, announced the addition of Zurmo CRM to Softaculous apps library on the 25th of February, 2013. Softaculous users can now install Zurmo CRM with just one click. “We have included Zurmo in our library as a response to growing demand for the application,” states Brijesh Kothari, Sales Head at ...

  • 2 March

    Google Explains ‘How Search Works’

    Google How Search Works

    Yesterday Jake Hubert, Product Manager at Google, announced the release of a brand new Google website aimed to explain exactly how Google search works – from the crawling, to indexing, to the algorithms, to the display of results. On the new site, How Search Works, you’ll find: An interactive, graphical explanation of Google Search A view into major search algorithms and ...

February, 2013

  • 13 February

    Webhosting.UK.com Unveils Start-Up Initiative

    Webhosting.UK.COM

    Webhosting UK Com Ltd (http://webhosting.uk.com), a leading web hosting service provider in the UK since 2001, announced the launch of a new initiative that will help start-up eCommerce businesses initiate their online transactions with an established web hosting provider to gain a foothold in this competitive industry. The company has setup new servers with PCI DSS compliance. Individual services will be ...

  • 12 February

    WIX Launches 2 New Website Templates

    The team over at WIX is always hard at work to create stunning new templates you can utilize to build your website through their online builder. Just this morning they had contacted me to let me know about 2 new templates they have just finished working on – which can now be found within the WIX Site Templates selector under the ...

  • 8 February

    Yahoo Will Run Google Adsense Ads

    Yahoo has confirmed a a global, non-exclusive agreement with Google to display ads on various Yahoo! properties and certain co-branded sites using Google’s AdSense for Content and Google’s AdMob services. Yahoo users wont actually notice much of a difference as far as how or where ads appear – the only difference will be that Google Adsense advertisements will now be mixed ...

  • 4 February

    Microsoft Launches modern.IE; Browser Testing Becomes Easier

    Modern.IE

    Lately Microsoft has really done quiet good at making it known that they are aware of the faults within Internet Explorer - and how difficult it makes development

January, 2013

  • 31 January

    FireHost Reports 160% Increase in Cross-Site Scripting Attacks

    Secure cloud hosting company, FireHost, has recently announced its Q4 2012 web application attack statistics, detailing the type and number of cyberattacks blocked by

  • 25 January

    Google Updates Layout for Google Images

    New Google Images Layout

    Remember how the old Google Images would work? You would click on a picture, a new page would load with the picture in it, and barely any information – along with a link to view the original image. Google has decided to streamline this whole process a little bit – changing their Google Images layout to now display the a ...

  • 17 January

    GoDaddy Announces Partnership with OfficeMax Stores

    In an attempt to expand its reach beyond the Web, GoDaddy has partnered with US office supply retail chain OfficeMax to offer websites and domain names in more than 900 stores

  • 17 January

    Volusion Announces Product Roadmap for 2013

    I just got word from Volusion regarding their product roadmap for the 2013 year, and it’s full of some amazing features that I can’t wait to work with. Throughout 2012 Volusion store owners sold over 3 times the industry average, making more than $2.8 billion in online sales for the year. I can’t wait to see what kind of results the ...

  • 14 January

    Pingdom Announces New Tool, The Transaction Monitor

    Pingdom has announced a brand new tool, the Transaction Monitor. It lets you define a series of interactions to be performed on your website. Pingdom then performs these at a regular interval using a real web browser, just as if a person was visiting the site. Lets say, for example, that you want to make sure your customers can log in, perform ...

  • 14 January

    NameCheap Announces 2nd Annual “Move Your Domain Day”

    Namecheap Move Your Domain Day

    A little over a year ago, Go Daddy’s position on SOPA brought quite a bit of negative publicity (deservedly) onto the company, although it later changed its position and opposed SOPA

  • 11 January

    Namecheap Partners with Onepager

    Namecheap Onepager

    Namecheap, Inc. and Onepager, Inc. are pleased to announce that Namecheap, one of the world’s largest domain name registrars, has chosen Onepager as its exclusive website builder for customers. The partnership will bring simple and intuitive web design to Namecheap’s growing list of nearly 1 million customer accounts and over 3 million domains under management. Namecheap customers now have the ...

  • 10 January

    Microsoft SEO Toolkit Released

    If you’re looking for a way to help increase website traffic, and in turn increase revenue, then try this Microsoft SEO Toolkit. This kit will provide SEO recommendations, and allow you to control the issues hampering your website. The IIS Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Toolkit helps Web developers, hosting providers, and Web server administrators to improve their Web site’s relevance in search results by ...

  • 10 January

    LinkedIn Announces 200 Million Users Worldwide

    The social network for professionals announced yesterday that they recently crossed an important milestone. LinkedIn now counts over 200 million members. LinkedIn was launched in 2003 and soon became a popular network for professionals, where they connect with peers and discuss more than what to wear to a party, or post pictures of lolcats. In the beginning of 2011, LinkedIn announced it has reached 100 million ...

  • 10 January

    Firefox 18.0 Released

    While I don’t normally post browser updates here, I would like to make sure that my visitors try their best to keep their browser versions up to date. Luckily, based on my Google Analytics, only about 2-3% of you are still using an out-dated browser – which I can understand as some places still force you to work on extremely ...

  • 8 January

    Keep Track of Web Page Changes with ChangeDetection

    If you have a website you want to keep constant eyes on because of multiple people updating it; or if you want to keep tabs on the competition – try ChangeDetection. This tool will send you automatic email updates when a page makes any significant changes. To boot, this service is completely free – and has been since their launch in ...

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