Google announced yesterday that it would shut down Google Reader, Google's RSS feed reading product, on July 1. In response, an online petition was started by Daniel Lewis (no relation) asking the search giant to let Reader live.
Bit9 a publié une infographie issue de son étude « Pausing Google Play: The Security Challenge of Mobility ». Celle-ci analyse plus de 400.000 applications Android disponibles sur Google Play et permet d’évaluer la fiabilité globale de chaque application mobile...
Un réseau social non maitrisé est souvent égal à danger, et quand on voit comment certains adultes se comportent sur Facebook, on a toujours peur que nos enfants entrent dans ce monde virtuel pleins de pièges cachés.
Last Monday, at around noon EST, only one person was listening to The xx’s upcoming sophomore album, Coexist.Today, through no marketing intervention, the band’s new music is now being heard all around the world.
A large study shows that small software teams are dramatically more cost efficient than large teams. Large teams don't even confer much calendar time advantage over small teams. Errors and overhead may explain why.
Un lexique pour décrypter les réseaux sociaux en ligne ? L’IAB Canada (branche de l’Association internationale dédiée à l’optimisation et à la promotion de la publicité interactive) a publié en ligne et en libre téléchargement un lexique des réseaux sociaux...
Remember when Google ruined its RSS news reader Google Reader by removing its built-in social features? Back in October, Google announced that it was removing Reader's friending and following functions as well as its shared link blogs.
MySpace traffic has been in a death spiral for more than two years. At its peak, MySpace attracted 75.9 million unique visitors each month, but that had slipped to 33 million when the site was sold at fire sale prices last June.
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