Updated for July 2016. Here are a few of the most interesting Firefox statistics I was able to dig up.
The 2nd quarter 2014 financial reporting season has begun and an early entrant this time around is everyone’s favorite digital behemoth Google. Although their financials we pretty much just revenue and income, there were also a few interesting tidbits about Google advertising performance mixed in.
Aside from the financials, I also had a pile of Google stats that have been building up. Now seemed as good a time as ever to get caught up a bit, so there are a bunch of new and updated stats now in my Google posts.
Below is a sampling of some of the new and updated stats. Check out the full posts also listed below for even more.
As someone who is in the middle of the second season of “Orange is the New Black,” I have been avoiding any and all spoilers. It’s easy for key points to be unveiled, before you even arrive at them, on the Internet and that’s when your enjoyment of any program dwindles. The Internet is practically a hotbed for spoilers but, to most viewers, it should not matter.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could simply get rid of spoilers altogether? In fact, is it possible that you can filter these sorts of details so that you can enjoy a TV show, movie, or what have you without the risk of them being spoiled?
If you are a Chrome user, the answer to these pleas may have very well been answered.
In this installment of our digital stats post series, we look at the internet browser wars and some of the usage statistics for the major players like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
Google posted this helpful video on YouTube earlier today. It walks you through the steps necessary to putting Google Search and Chrome on your Windows 8 Start Screen. Fear not, the process is very easy.
It’s just about Summertime, so I will cut you a little slack if you haven’t been glued to your computers reading Digital Ramblings lately.
Fear not. Here is a quick rundown of last week’s digital marketing posts so you can get caught up…
“The Internet for Left-Handers” extension aims at ending Internet descrimination by flipping the link cursor (the hand cursor when you hover over a link) from right to left.
Google just announced on their blog that they are launching Chrome for Android Beta. Among the features touted in the post is the ability to sign in to Chrome (like you can do on the desktop version) and sync up your bookmarks and tabs to your desktop browser.
12/5 Update: According to AllThingsD, Mozilla and Google are still actively negotiating a search deal.
Original Post: Over the past three days, internet browser Firefox has been in the news quite a bit- and not much of it good…
First, PCWorld tells us that Firefox lost its position as the second-most used browser to Chrome….