SEO: Mobile Devices Drive Future of Search

August 29th, 2014

Smartphones and tablets are changing the way consumers search and purchase. With mobile device use catching up to and surpassing traditional computer use, organic search …

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Russian Hackers Sack US Banks: Report

August 29th, 2014


Hackers appear to have stolen data from JPMorgan Chase and at least one other U.S. bank in retaliation for economic sanctions against Russia. The raid on the banks’ computer systems reportedly resulted in the theft of gigabytes of sensitive data. JPMorgan did not confirm the incident. However, the FBI is conducting an investigation into reports of cyberattacks on U.S. banks. The sophistication of the attacks on the banks suggest a government link to the intrusions, but investigators have not ruled out criminal gangs in Russia or Eastern Europe.

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4 Alternative Social Sites for Ecommerce Merchants

August 29th, 2014

Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are the social media sites most used by ecommerce merchants. Google+ and Pinterest are quickly gaining ground. However, these are not …

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American Airlines Veers Out of Orbitz

August 28th, 2014


American Airlines this week withdrew its flight content from Orbitz Worldwide’s websites, which include Orbitz.com, ebookers.com and CheapTickets.com. The companies are locked in a booking fee dispute. The issue is also a brewing source of discontent between the airlines and Orbitz’s competitors, such as Expedia. In a nutshell, the legacy carriers are facing competition from discount airlines, so they want the booking sites to reduce their commissions on ticket sales to improve their bottom lines.

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TWC Bungle Could Jeopardize Comcast Merger

August 28th, 2014


Time Warner Cable suffered a massive service outage in the wee hours of Wednesday morning, leaving an unknown number of its nearly 12 million customers nationwide without service for hours. “As of 6 a.m. ET, services were largely restored … . As of 8 a.m., all services were back to normal,” said TWC spokesperson Eric Mangan. Well, not quite all — Downdetector’s statistics showed outages continued, peaking at 455 reports shortly before 11 a.m. That was “most likely unrelated to the event [Wednesday] morning,” said TWC VP Bobby Amirshahi.

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