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Most Popular Websites Disavowed by Webmasters!


Recently, Google has made much noise with its disavow tool, penalizing websites for backlink related issues. The most recent one being MyBlogGuest. If you have done any link building in the past and are worried about getting the manual spam action mail from Google anytime possible, then there is a slight clue for you to

April 11, 2014

Google Announces Cloud DNS, Has a Wide Variety of Uses


Google made a bunch of announcements about its Cloud Platform earlier this week, including Cloud DNS, a Domain Name System services to give developers a “highly available, reliable, and inexpensive “way to publish DNS zones and records. Google previously blogged about some of its other big announcements like price drops, sustained-use discounts, managed virtual machines, expanded Compute

April 04, 2014

Price Drop For Google Cloud Platform Announced


Google announced on Tuesday at its Cloud Platform Live event that it is lowering prices on Cloud Platform, and launching cloud-based DevOps tooling, Managed Virtual Machines (VM) for App Engine, real-time Big Data analytics with BigQuery.

March 28, 2014

8 Hours Of Google’s Developer Day Livestream [Video]


Google held (and livestreamed) its Developer Day at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. The recording, which is over 8 hours long, is now up for all to view.

March 21, 2014

All Developers Now Able To use Amazon AppStream


Last year, Amazon introduced AppStream as a way to help developers deliver applications to consumers through the cloud. The proposed benefit was that developers could deliver applications to consumers regardless of their hardware thanks to the application running on cloud servers. It’s been in beta since it was announced, but now it’s finally ready.

March 14, 2014

Mozilla Introduces Improved JPEG Compression, Preparing For Future


The JPEG has been around for more than 20 years now. When technology gets that old, you either take it out back or teach it some new tricks. Mozilla is opting for the latter even as it prepares for a future where the former is a reality. Mozilla announced Wednesday that it’s working on a new

March 07, 2014

60% of developers are below the “app poverty line” earning less than $500 per app per month!


Some interesting research from VisionMobile reveals trends and revenue opportunities based on mobile platform. Vision Mobile has a new Developer Economics Q1 2014 report based on a survey of 7,000 app developers in 127 countries.

February 28, 2014

Bing Gets Stricter About Keyword Stuffing, Updates Webmaster Guidelines!


Bing has added a stern warning for webmasters who are using keyword stuffing techniques for manipulating rankings without being caught. The warning is present in the updated Webmaster Guidelines of Bing.

February 21, 2014

Google Cloud SQL Is Now Available To The Public


Google released Cloud SQL in limited preview back in 2011, and has only just now launched general availability. It was first conceived of as an add-on to Google App Engine, but Google has since launched Compute Engine, and it works as a “database backbone” for apps running on either. With general availability, Cloud SQL gets encryption of

February 14, 2014

Developers Can Now Sell Their HTML5 Apps On The Amazon Appstore


HTML5 is the future, or so says open Web proponents. Everything you can do in native code on Android or iOS, they claim you can do in HTML5. While that may be true, you couldn’t make money with a HTML5 app on the Amazon Appstore until today.

January 31, 2014
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