The battle between the King Kong and Godzilla of retail has moved into the cloud.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is telling some technology companies that if they want its business, they can’t run applications for the retailer on Amazon.com Inc.’s leading cloud-computing service, Amazon Web Services, several tech companies say.
Amazon’s rise as the dominant player in renting on-demand, web-based computing power and storage has put some competitors, such as Netflix Inc., in the unlikely position of relying on a corporate rival as they move to the cloud.
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Great infographic I saw on Twitter! Lots of good and not so good ideas.
This is so true, even in #webdesign. That is why stats / analytics are so important!
Unfortunately this just came up today. #cancersucks The fate of a Twitter account might seem trivial when a loved one dies.
Sure, social media handles probably won’t be worth as much as bank accounts. And they’re unlikely to have the same emotional value as jewelry or record collections. They’re easy to forget … until they remind you they’re still out there on the web.
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Over the past couple of weeks, Google has been spotted introducing some interesting changes to the look and layout of its search results pages.
The first, as we reported in our round-up of key search marketing news on Friday, is that Google appears to have increased the length limit for title tags in the SERPs to around 69-70 characters.