Archive for November, 2012

Google Denied Requests From European Agencies To Open Advertising Records, But Germans Make Inroads To Gain Advertising Data & Money Anyway, Through Google Snippets

on Google | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 30.11.2012

It’s not necessary to watch the entire video above, but if you’re unaware of what Google Snippets are, it may very well help you understand just how valuable Snippets may become in Europe, very…

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Goldman Sachs Upgrades Blackberry To A ‘Buy’ Based On The Upcoming BB10, Even As Android And iPhone Continue To Supplant Blackberry In Corporate Infrastructures

on Mobile | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 30.11.2012

The BlackBerry 10 OS is set to launch on Jan. 30, 2013. This may be RIM’s last opportunity to remain, even where they still exist. About 13 years ago Blackberry began establishing itself in corporations…

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GNOME 3.8 Tries To Appease A Lost User Base With GNOME 2 “Fallback”, But Other Distributions Such As Linux Mint May Have Already Won Over The GNOME Defectors

on Gnome, Linux, Operating Systems | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 30.11.2012

“No desktop, no taskbar, no Ubuntu, no Mint. Panned by critics, shunned by users, Linus calls it an “unholy mess.” Saying there are a number of things wrong with GNOME 3 is an understatement.”…

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Facebook Plays 210,000 Years Of Music In A Single Year, As MySpace Scrounges For Capital To Continue To Compete

on Facebook, MySpace, Social | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 29.11.2012

According to a report run in early November by Music Week, since 2011 the Facebook Timeline integrated music app has played more than 62.6 million songs, 22 billion times, which equates to roughly 210,000…

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Microsoft Invests Nearly 2 Billion Dollars In Windows 8 Marketing Campaigns But Consumers Are Reluctant To Switch Due To Negative Reports & Steep Learning Curves

on Microsoft Windows, Operating Systems | by Jon-Paul Raymond | 0 29.11.2012

“Windows 8 will roll out with a marketing campaign estimated at $1.5 to $1.8 billion. That’s the biggest product launch in the history of the industry; it dwarfs the $200 million Microsoft spent to…

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