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Chrome Will Begin Pausing Flash Ads By Default, Starting In September

Google’s Chrome web browser keeps getting better. According to a new post on Google+, the company says that, starting on September 1st, Chrome will begin to pause many Flash ads by default… 555 more words

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Google to Kill Single Most Annoying Thing About Browsing the Web

NEW YORK — You know that panicked feeling when you’ve got a zillion browser tabs open, and one of them starts blaring music?

Google is about to put an end to that — the single most annoying Web browsing feature. 264 more words

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Google to kill single most annoying thing about browsing the Web

NEW YORK — You know that panicked feeling when you’ve got a zillion browser tabs open, and one of them starts blaring music?

Google is about to put an end to that — the single most annoying Web browsing feature. 264 more words

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Law by means of bluff and counter-bluff

Keith Hudson

Call me naive perhaps, but I’m still inclined to believe that Google is still essentially a highly ethical organisation.  It has seemed to me to be slightly ‘pushy’ in advancing itself in the last few years, but not by overstepping . 359 more words

Book, "the MARKETING MD" insider tip: 'Free Google Business Listing For Your Concierge Practice.'

By Michael Tetreault, Editor

AUG 28, 2015 – Many Direct Primary Care (DPC) Doctors seem to neglect any type of online business marketing for their practice if it isn’t part of their social media strategy on either Twitter or Facebook. 513 more words

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Google tells developers how to bypass Apple’s new security rules so apps can continue serving ads

”Apple says it cares a lot about privacy,” Mark Bergen reports for Re/code. “Hence, its new iOS 9 operating system will boast a new feature, called App Transport Security, or ATS, which is supposed to require iPhone app developers to use an advanced security protocol. 248 more words

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How A Fixed Gear Bike Can Mess With Google's Self-Driving Cars

Google’s self-driving cars have driven over a million miles in autonomous mode. But when Google brought its testing program to Austin, Texas, one of the vehicles met its match: a cyclist doing a track stand – when a rider shifts very slightly forward and back to maintain balance while keeping feet on the pedals. 251 more words