Updated for January 2017. Here are a few of the most interesting Minecraft statistics I was able to dig up.
The big night is almost upon us and once again, a couple of our favorite digital platforms are making it easy for you and your kids to track Santa Claus’ journey from the North Pole.
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….
Its been a pretty busy week for digital marketers. Here is a quick summary of some of this week’s highlights…
According to AdAge, Bing will soon begin adding recommendations from your Facebook friends to your search results.
This is the latest in a never-ending game of social one-upmanship being played by Google and a Microsoft/Facebook alliance, and comes just a few weeks after Google unveiled their own version of the like button, +1.
According to Computerworld, Microsoft has decided to develop IE10 for only Windows 7, leaving the users of Vista, XP and (if there are any) anything older out of luck.
Its a strange move for Microsoft. A few weeks ago, we learned that Firefox4 had beaten IE9 in their first month of existence. I wondered then if part of Microsoft’s problem was that IE9 did not work with Windows XP (54% of their users) and if they may see this as a problem and update IE9 to work with XP.
PCWorld is reporting that Mozilla is taking a page out of Google’s Chrome playbook and stepping up their major release schedule. Just last month they shipped Firefox 4 and now they are aiming for a June 21st launch for Firefox 5. Be Part of the Newest Social Network That Everyone is Talking About! Join Today. […]
CNET has a great piece that runs through the latest Internet browser stats and points out that Firefox 4 is beating Internet Explorer 9 despite IE9’s one week head start. Of course, to put this all in context, both of these browsers have only been around for a few weeks. An important item that CNET […]
Microsoft has added Twitter search results to the news search page on its search engine, Bing. Twitter results now show up in a far right-hand column on the page just below the “most recent” section. The tweets scroll in real-time but you have the option to pause them if you want to read a particular […]