There’s been a lot of buzz recently about the latest mobile market share statistics and how Apple is „losing ground” to Android as an OS and Samsung as a device manufacturer: Read the full article →

Skype marriage with Microsoft – road to hell?

by Dorota Jaguścik June 3, 2011 Software
Thumbnail image for Skype marriage with Microsoft – road to hell? Just a few days after Google and Facebook reported they were interested in partnering, even buying Skype, Microsoft announced it bought the company for $ 8,56 billion in cash. The purchase was taking over 180 million people actively video calling. Unfortunately, just a few days later it went wrong.
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Are you happy with the new breadcrumbs in Google Search?

by Peter Horsten December 4, 2009 SEO
This week we were unpleasantly surprised when we noticed the appearance of one of our clients in the Google search results had dramatically changed. Soon the surprise changed into curiosity. It appeared we missed some Google news. Google recently announced showing the site hierarchy within the search results for some sites which offer hierarchical breadcrumbs [...]
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The nonsense of SEO and PageRank improvements

by Peter Horsten November 18, 2009 Internet marketing
We get many requests to increase website PageRanks and to make websites search engine friendly. In many cases I really don’t understand what people are bothering about. Why would a rather locally oriented company be willing to spend a fortune for a high PageRank on keywords that nobody is going to use? To be honest [...]
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Will Treehoo manage to compete with Google meanwhile saving our planet?

by Peter Horsten October 26, 2009 Best practices
You might think the IT industry is a very clean one from an environmental perspective, but it’s not. In fact the IT industry and the Internet are using such an amount of power that this is becoming a real issue. Data Centers where we store our servers, routers and switches to make our applications accessible [...]
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Over 100.000 people still waiting for the Wave

by Peter Horsten September 30, 2009 Google
When will the first users be given an access to the Google Wave preview? That’s today’s big question. As promised at the Google Wave presentation in May, today 100.000 users will get the access to this new phenomenon. Knowing what happened at the other side of the world it’s rather a cruel question. A quake [...]
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Google Fast Flip: Major newspapers online for free

by Peter Horsten September 15, 2009 Android
Last night Google launched a new service: Google Fast Flip, an online overview of many major news papers and magazines. According to the Google Blog this Fast Flip solution increases the browsing performance when reading news online. By flipping through articles really fast without unnatural delays it should just feel like you are reading print [...]
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Google needs more than Caffeine to survive

by Peter Horsten August 14, 2009 Internet marketing
Google, the Internet revelation of the late 90′s with a real breakthrough in the year 2000. Apart from a revelation it was treated as a relief in the Internet world. Finally, a free service that generated good search results. Soon Google became the number one search engine, at least for Europe. But the Google success [...]
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The intelligent web with Wolfram Alpha, Bing and Hunch

by Karol Sójko June 19, 2009 GOYELLOblog
As most of you could observe, there is a new stream in which the internet is going lately. The so-called “intelligent web” or “decision helping” web. Does it appear to you as an attempt to make the internet users thoughtless and opinionless or is this a trend that, in the long run, will make our time [...]
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