Is Google fixing the 2012 presidential election race, which candidate is better at SEO and should Google founders run for office? Is it purely coincidence that talk of cracking down on Google for fixing search results has oddly gone away in the run up to the 2012 election? Have you wondered why and why the search giant has gotten away with so much recently?
Nothing seems to be able to slow Google down, not even the gargantuan publishing industry. While it seems Facebook can't do anything right, Google doesn't seem to be able to do anything wrong, compounding its success, market share, and revenue forecasts.
A new law takes effect today effectively outlawing the use of most offshore workers in the Philippines; will it take down your business or give you the edge?
Planning a mobile app? How can you make sure it's a hit with the right crowd, sees masses of downloads, and generates real results?
While it's pretty easy to create mobile apps on multiple platforms today entrepreneurs do need to make sure they are focusing on the right operating system for getting their app in the hands of their ideal prospects. So who uses which devices?
Apple's Maps app has failed of epic proportions, stirring up angry protests across the web and even resulting in politicians publicly calling for fixes.
It isn't even that the app is ugly or missing important buildings or even cities, some are calling transport errors, including subway station and airport locations, downright dangerous and life threatening.
Apple put the new iPhone 5 on the market today, receiving record demand but what does the new technology really mean for business marketing?
Apple started taking pre-orders for the new iPhone 5 today with estimates as many as 42 million phones could ship before end of year. Unfortunately, if you want one you're going to be in for a wait as the first batch sold out in the first hour.
Apple just unveiled the new iPhone 5 in San Francisco, so is it a winner and what does it mean for the future of marketing?
Despite recent security concerns surrounding Apple, the web seems to love the new iPhone 5. It brings faster speeds, it has a 4" screen, it's thinner and lighter, and the camera functionalities have improved.
However, the dock connector has been switched much to the dismay of many current Apple users who will need to also get the Lighting adaptor in order to connect with their current accessories.
Google maps are changing the future. Not just the future of the flow of road traffic but they are increasingly controlling the flow of dollars to businesses too.
Unless you are taking control of driving the traffic to you, the revenues are going to the competition…
The Google Advantage
The bulk of venture capital continues to go to a few select destinations, with Silicon Valley startups traditionally scooping up 40% of all funding. What about those who don't want to head here, find it too expensive, believe a real shift may be in play already or who just hate earthquakes?