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Here Are Twitter's Latest Excuses as to Why It Lets Donald Trump Break Its Rules Constantly

Twitter is never, ever going to ban Donald Trump for reasons ranging from the self-apparent (he’s the president, and a conspiracy-obsessed one at that) to perhaps the cynical (whether or not his incessant tweeting helps the company’s bottom line). Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Politics, Science, Technology, Social Media, Donald Trump


Google's Stadia gaming service lands on Nov. 19

Google Stadia, the upcoming video game streaming service meant to allow players to take their favorite title anywhere, finally has a release date. Starting Nov. 19, buyers can jump headfirst into the wonderful world of video game streaming.
Tags: Google, Cnn


Testosterone Significantly Boosts Women's Athletic Performance, Study Shows

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Guardian: Boosting testosterone levels significantly improves female athletic performance, according to one of the first randomized controlled trials. The findings come as the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) announced on Monday it would impose an upper limit for testosterone levels on trans female athletes competing in middle-distance events. The latest research confirmed that testosterone significantly increases endurance an...
Tags: Tech, IAAF, Caster Semenya Read


Apple Orders ‘Ted Lasso’ Comedy Series Written By and Starring Jason Sudeikis

Since leaving Saturday Night Live in 2013,  Jason Sudeikis has kept pretty busy on the big screen. But now he’s headed back to television with a series regular role in a new comedy set up at Apple TV+. Ted Lasso will star Jason Sudeikis as the title character, an idealistic all-American football coach hired to manage an English football club even though he has no previous experience with the sport at all. However, this isn’t the first time Sudeikis has played the character. But the only way you...
Tags: Apple, Comedy, Television, Movies, Nbc, Sports, United Kingdom, Jennifer Aniston, Jason-sudeikis, Nbc Sports, Bill Lawrence, Zorn, Lasso, Kodachrome, Sudeikis, Doozer Productions


YouTube Gets Alleged Copyright Troll To Agree To Stop Trolling YouTubers

Alleged copyright troll Christopher Brady will no longer be able to issue false DMCA takedowns to other YouTubers, according to a lawsuit settlement filed today. The Verge reports: Under the new agreement, Brady is banned from "submitting any notices of alleged copyright infringement to YouTube that misrepresent that material hosted on the YouTube service is infringing copyrights held or claimed to be held by Brady or anyone Brady claims to represent." Brady agreed to pay $25,000 in damages as p...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Tech, Dmca, Brady, Christopher Brady, Christopher L Brady


Robot War Breaks Out As Roomba Maker Sues Upstart SharkNinja

Roomba robotic vacuum maker IRobot Corp. is suing rival SharkNinja for copying a device of theirs and selling it at "half the price." "Shark is not even shy about being a copycat," iRobot said in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court in Boston, "claiming that the Shark IQ Robot offers the same iRobot technology at 'half the price of iRobot i7+'."Bloomberg reports: The company that unveiled the Roomba robotic vacuum in the early 2000s launched a product last year that takes house cleaning to a...
Tags: Boston, Time, Tech, Irobot, Delaware, iRobot Corp, iRobot i7 Bloomberg, SharkNinja Operating LLC, EP Midco LLC


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Tags: Google, Seo, Search Engine Photo Of The Day


5 Important Lessons Brands Can Learn From Apple

I'll admit it, it was love at first sight when I purchased my first MacBook. It was my iPhone that prompted my decision to give up years of PC efficiencies and dive head first into learning a new operating system, but familiarity had kept me complacent for too long. Still, I remember the excitement of unpacking my new laptop. It struck me then that Apple knew me better than I knew myself. I marveled at the sleek, clean design and beauty that the company wisely brought to what once felt like ...
Tags: Apple, Ecommerce


New SEO Experiments: A/B Split Testing Google's UGC Attribute

Posted by Cyrus-ShepardWhen Craig Bradford of Distilled reached out and asked if we'd like to run some SEO experiments on Moz using DistilledODN, our reply was an immediate "Yes please!" If you're not familiar with DistilledODN, it's a sophisticated platform that allows you to do a number of cool things in the SEO space: Make almost any change to your website through the ODN dashboard. Since the ODN is a cloud platform that sits in front of your website (like a CDN) it doesn't matter how your we...
Tags: Google, Seo, Cms, Craig, Ugc, Tom Anthony, Cyrus Shepard, Will Critchlow, Cyrus ShepardWhen Craig Bradford


The JBL Link Bar is a quick and easy solution for adding smarts and better sound to a dumb TV

  The JBL Link Bar ($400) isn't just a soundbar, streaming device, or smart speaker — it's all three in one. The device offers Android TV and Google Assistant built right into it, along with a decent design. While it's not perfect, the Link Bar is cheaper than buying three separate devices.  If you're trying to improve the quality of audio in your living room, then a decent soundbar is a great way to do so. In the past few years, a few soundbars have been released that go a step further...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Trends, Netflix, Hdr, Jbl, Amazon Alexa, Netflix Amazon Prime Video Hulu, JBL Link Bar, Link Bar, Sonos Beam


102 Smart Tech Gadgets We Found at Walmart That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier

To make sure you're stocked up on the hottest gadgets of the year, we curated a list of all of the must-haves that will make your life easier one way or another. We looked to Walmart because the retailer carries many brands we love at affordable price points. From sleep lamps to automatic mops, we have no doubt you'll want to snag more than a few of these genius picks. Keep reading to shop them all an find the ones your life is missing. - Additional reporting by Lauren Harano 45846235
Tags: Gadgets, Shopping, Religion, Tech, Walmart, Lauren Harano


Apple October 2019 event: Has it been canceled?

Apple’s rumored October event will showcase the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, iPad Pro, iMac Pro and possibly even the Mac Pro, according to rumors. Here’s everything we expect to see.
Tags: Apple, Trends, Intel, Computing, Ipad Pro, Macbook Pro, Mac Pro, Imac Pro


LA mayor calls LA a ‘manufacturing capital,’ launches plan to make that reality for more people

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti set a goal Tuesday to train thousands of workers for manufacturing jobs by 2022, as part of a race to improve manufacturing capabilities in such areas as the food and beverage, biotechnology and fashion industries. He said he has launched a plan to re-train 3,000 workers and create 500 apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship openings with the help of Goodwill of Southern California, UCLA’s Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute and the USC Viterbi Sch...
Tags: Google, Amazon, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Tennessee, Las Vegas, Eric Garcetti, Ucla, Ontario, Bellagio, Sun Valley, Garcetti, US China, Disney Imagineers


Protect your new Pixel 4 with one of these tough cases

Google just announced the October 24 release of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL, and we're already seeing a host of cases coming out in anticipation of the phones.
Tags: Google, Cnn, Pixel


Google Search Photos Of Places Nearby

Google is now letting you search by photos or search photos of places - Google is testing both terminologies - for local results. This was spotted back in August but then Mike Blumenthal spotted it last week and it seems to be available to all for some queries. Yes, I can even replicate it.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Maps, Mike Blumenthal


Google: Structured Data From Google's Docs vs Schema.org

The latest video that John Mueller of Google fielded was from @abhikasaudhan and it was a good one. Sadly, I am not sure John answered the specific question. The question was "if you need to use structured data exactly as specified in the Google developer documentation or if you can add more properties from schema.org?"
Tags: Google, Seo, John, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller


Google: Ignore Link Spam Ransom Attempts

Google's John Mueller is once again telling webmasters that they do not need to respond or lose sleep over ransom link spam attempts. These are when you get an email from someone saying if you don't do X, i.e...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller


Google Images Can Rank Watermarked Images

Google's John Mueller was asked if it is bad to watermark your images in terms of SEO. Would Google not rank watermarked images as highly in Google Image search as it would non-watermarked images.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, John Mueller


OpenAI's AI-Powered Robot Learned How To Solve a Rubik's Cube One-Handed

Earlier today, San Francisco-based research institute OpenAI announced that it had taught a robotic hand to solve Rubik's cube one-handed. "Lost in the shuffle is just what is new here, if anything, and what of it may or may not be machine learning and artificial intelligence -- the science in other words," writes Tiernan Ray via ZDNet. An anonymous Slashdot reader shares an excerpt from his report: The real innovation in Tuesday's announcement, from a science standpoint, is the way many version...
Tags: San Francisco, Tech, Slashdot, Zdnet, Tiernan Ray


Google: Disavow Tool Hurts Too Many Sites

Google hasn't been a huge fan of folks using the disavow link tool but the tool remains because it may help some sites that simply have a lot of bad links pointing to it. Gary Illyes of Google said at PubCon that if it was up to him, he would do away with the disavow link tool because often enough it hurts more than it helps many sites.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Gary Illyes


Shopify SEO: The Guide to Optimizing Shopify

Posted by cml63A trend we’ve been noticing at Go Fish Digital is that more and more of our clients have been using the Shopify platform. While we initially thought this was just a coincidence, we can see that the data tells a different story: The Shopify platform is now more popular than ever. Looking at BuiltWith usage statistics, we can see that usage of the CMS has more than doubled since July 2017. Currently, 4.47% of the top 10,000 sites are using Shopify. Since we’ve worked with a ...
Tags: Google, Seo, Cms, Css, Shopify, Yoast SEO, JSON, Jennifer Wright, Jenny Halasz, Cml63, Shopify SEO, Google Search Console Research, Yoast SEO Shopify, Ally Mickler


Google: Only Invest In Link Audits If There Was Shady SEO

Google's Gary Illyes said you really only need to invest in a link audit if you had some shady SEO done on your site in the past. He said otherwise, if you are just looking for better rankings, there is no need for a link audit to be done.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Gary Illyes


Google: Changing The Destination URL Of A Link Changes Relevance & Value Of That Link

It appears that Gary Illyes from Google said that if you have a link on a page and that link points to page A, but then you change that same link to point to page B - the value and relevance of that link changes as well. Marie Haynes quoted Gary as saying "the weight" of that link "will very likely change."
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization, Gary, Gary Illyes, Marie Haynes


Google Changed Nofollow Link Rule To Better Understand The Web

The reason Google changed the nofollow link from a directive to a hint is to give the search engine more flexibility to understand the web. Prior, Google was unable to look at those links at all, it was a directive. Now that it is a hint, Google can use those links if they see fit. At least now with it being a hint, they can see if it is missing out or not.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google Search Engine Optimization


Google Search Doesn't Recognize Authors But Rather Entities

Gary Illyes from Google was asked if Google search tracks or recognizes authors. He said for Google Search it is more about entities, not authors. But for Google News and Google Scholar, Google does recognize authors. The concept of authorship in Google search is long gone.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization, Gary Illyes, Google Scholar Google


Disgusting DNA app falsely claims it can tell how gay you are

In what’s an obvious scam, a developer going by the name Joel Bellenson who allegedly works for a company called Insolent AI, created and developed a DNA analysis app that can supposedly tell “how gay” you are. Of course it cannot. According to science – and the app’s own description on the marketplace it’s sold – there is no one gay gene. The only thing the “How Gay Are You” app can tell you about yourself, if you buy it, is that you make very poor purchasing decisions. You cannot tell how gay ...
Tags: Startups, Apps, Science, Tech, Insider, Joel Bellenson


Brazilian unicorn Ebanx will hit $2 billion in payments processed by the end of the year

Ebanx, the newly minted Brazilian financial services unicorn, expects to process $2 billion in payments by the end of the year and is looking to expand its offerings into domestic payments as it grows. Since its launch in 2012, Ebanx has primarily focused on helping international merchants sell locally in Brazil. The Brazilian business accounts for nearly 90% of the company’s revenue, but as it expands into other markets the company is also broadening its suite of services. The company moved in...
Tags: Startups, TC, Uber, Finance, Tech, Economy, Colombia, Brazil, Latin America, Shopify, Coursera, Mastercard, New Years Day, Payment, Voigt, FTV


Digital Trends Live: Made By Google wrap-up, Fortnite Chapter 2, and more

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, we break down the biggest trending tech topics of the day, including a recap of the Made By Google event, Fortnite Chapter 2, Ford’s trunk drone, Gita the grocery-carrying robot, and more.
Tags: Google, Gaming, Trends, Ford, Made by Google, Dt Live, Digital Trends Live, Fortnite Chapeter 2


Business briefly: GM CEO Barra joins talks with striking union

General Motors CEO Mary Barra joined negotiators at the bargaining table, an indication that a deal may be near to end a monthlong strike by the United Auto Workers union that has paralyzed the company’s factories. Barra and GM President Mark Reuss were in the bargaining room early Tuesday, a person briefed on the talks said, but they left later in the morning as committees began work on specific contract language. The person didn’t want to be identified because the talks are confidential. The a...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Business, China, US, Siri, General Motors, Sport, Soccer, Mary Barra, Gm, Treasury, Detroit, Alexa, Pixel


Comment on whole wheat apple muffins by Vesta

Just made these! My daughter requested Apple bread so of course I checked here. I made them in a 9×13 pan and added cinnamon to the brown sugar I sprinkled on the top. Baked at 350 for about 30 min. So fluffy and the top is nice and crispy.
Tags: Apple, Food, Vesta



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