Category: The Web
Why you should consider Mobile Marketing (Infographic)
The mobile market is growing really fast compare when desktop computers were built, where it is projected to surpass desktop internet usage by 2014. It’s quite a few years from now but now is the good time to consider and create an idea and implement your mobile strategy soon. Here are some of the important […]
YouTube mobile serves 2 Million viewers a day
YouTube on Wednesday said that it is serving up more than 200 million videos daily to smartphones and other Internet-linked mobile devices. News of the milestone came as the Google-owned video-sharing service began routing Vevo music videos from artists such as Lady Gaga and U2 onto smartphones powered by newer versions of Google-backed Android software. […]
How does YouTube deals with copyright?
In this video you’ll see how YouTube handles copyright from the moment a video is uploaded to their servers. Very cool!
5 steps on how to make your video searchable on Google
A short video by Nelson Lee, Product Manager at Google on How you can set you video to get searched at Google. Since many are uploading videos everyday it’s really hard to compete but with the right steps and info, you can be sure that you’re video will come up soon on Google’s Search Engine.
Free Alternative Project Management System to Basecamp using Joomla and ProjectFork
Basecamp ushered in an era of simplistic, no-frills project management brought on by saturation of complicated project management software like Microsoft Project. Since then, many SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) project managers popped up in competition with Basecamp and it’s model. Another era began roughly around the same time. The era of Open-Source CMS software such as Joomla! and mass adoption by large and small businesses alike. More and more business are moving to Joomla! for its low associated cost and access to many powerful extensions. One such Joomla! extension is Projectfork, a free Open-Source project management solution.
Firefox 4 Beta Launched! What’s New?
Firefox 4 Beta (version 1) considered to be stable and safe to use for daily web browsing, though the features and content may change before the final product release.
Gmail now has a Rich Text Editor for Signatures
Well, that only took six years. After numerous unofficial Greasemonkey scripts and other workarounds,Google finally introduced its own rich text editor for Gmail this week.
Ways on examing Short URLs before visiting them
Nowadays, ever since Twitter and other social networking sites become popular and with some of them has a limit on how you can Tweet or post a message, Shortening URLs have became the solutions for your link to fit on your post. But with this rampantly used you can never know what’s the real URL of the link you are clicking to since it has been shortened already unless you go to the link first and see it for yourself, where in sometimes it only leads you to anything not related or worse that it might lead you on downloading a Virus, Spyware or Adware. So beware before clicking to those shortened URLs.
New Google Chrome is faster than ever!
To view how fast the New Google Chrome 5, they have a very interesting video to show us how fast the new version of Chrome is. A comparison with real-life fast movements. The New Chrome is said to be 305% Faster than the previous beta release benchmarks. Click to see the video!