|Web Analytics: Easy or Hard? Free Webcast at Search Marketing Now|
|we'll examine a common debate among the web analytics community: are web analytics easy or hard? And what can you do to make it easier on you? |
|What Would You Do if Google Web Services Stopped Being Free?|
|Analysis: Google's introduction of its Chrome Operating System is causing a lot of debate in the high-tech sector, with some pundits mulling whether Google has taken its free software model to the edge in its attempt to battle Microsoft. eWEEK asks readers what they would pay for Google's Web services.|
Google's introduction of Chrome OS, its Linux-based operating system for netbooks, sparked no shortage
of questions by reporters and bloggers. You can easily tick off a list of 20
questions and that wouldn't begin to cover the minutiae and the what-ifs.
Long term: Will Chrome OS be...
|Microsoft Internet Explorer Share Falls, Firefox Rises, Says StatCounter|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer's share of the browser market has fallen for versions 6 and 7 over the past year, with IE 8 steadily rising over the past few months. At the same time, Firefox 3.0 gained market share before leveling off within the past month, while Safari, Chrome and other browsers occupy single-digit territory, according to a new report by StatCounter.|
share of the browser market has fallen in the past year, at least when it comes
to Internet Explorer 6 and 7, according to a report by StatCounter. At the same
time, however, the market share for Internet Explorer 8 has picked up in the
past five months, with some 15.4 percent by the...
|New Interface Thursday: You said it, we're fixing it!|
|We released the new AdWords interface early to get your feedback on it as soon as possible. And you haven't disappointed us! We receive thousands of comments every month covering likes, dislikes, and ideas for ways to further improve the AdWords interface. We read your comments carefully to … |
|MySpace, Web Servers Not Liable for Assaults, Court Rules|
|Internet servers such as MySpace cannot be held liable when minors are sexually assaulted by people they first meet on a website, a California appeals court ruled in an opinion filed this week.|
- LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Internet servers such as MySpace cannot be held
liable when minors are sexually assaulted by people they first meet on
a Website, a California appeals court ruled in an opinion filed late on
The ruling by the Second District Court of Appeal in Los Angeles is cons...