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How to Rank for Featured Snippets: 9 Things You Need to Know by @AdamHeitzman

Capturing a featured snippet isn't as daunting as you think. These nine things can help you rank in position 0. The post How to Rank for Featured Snippets: 9 Things You Need to Know by @AdamHeitzman appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

This Happens When Windows 10 Support Ends

53 minutes agoTechnology / Internet : Make Use Of

No piece of software can last forever. Sooner or later, nearly every program has to go and its replacement takes the stand. The Windows operating system (OS) itself is no exception. What happens when Windows reaches the end of its lifetime?...Show More Summary

ObamaCare lives

Went to sleep last night not knowing if the Repubs would manage to cut down ObamaCare. Woke up at 4AM Eastern, checked the news, whew, they didn't thanks to a third Repub no vote from John McCain. A few comments: The Repubs in the House were standing by to ratify the bill the Senate passed and the president no doubt would have been happy to sign. Show More Summary

9 Surefire Ways to Generate Massive Referral Traffic by @overthetopseo

Learn how to generate massive referral traffic with these nine tips shared by Guy Sheetrit. The post 9 Surefire Ways to Generate Massive Referral Traffic by @overthetopseo appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Meg Whitman: Uber's CEO will not be me - CNET

2 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

The HP CEO reaffirms her intentions to stay at the helm of the tech company.

The Ultimate Netflix Guide: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Netflix

In 2017, one year shy of its 20th anniversary, Netflix announced that it had passed a new milestone: Netflix now has 100 million subscribers. Those are worldwide numbers. When we look at it by country, we see that only half of them are U.S. Show More Summary

How to Delete Browsing Data and History in Edge

If you’re a Windows 10 user, you really should give the Edge browser another chance. Sure, when Microsoft released it in mid-2015 there weren’t many features, but the app has improved a lot over the last couple of years. Now, it’s a serious competitor to Google Chrome. Show More Summary

Every Programmer Who Uses OneNote Needs This Add-On ASAP

OneNote is a fantastic note-taking app, and it’s totally free unlike Evernote. While OneNote works great for simple text notes, it gets way better when you start embedding media and using advanced features. But there’s one group of people that OneNote might frustrate: programmers. Show More Summary

What to Do When Google Prevents Sign-In Access to Third-Party Apps

About three years back, Google put a bigger lock on its doors and improved sign-in security access for all of its services. That lock was (and is) OAuth 2.0, which is very specific about which third-party apps it allows access to. Think of this protocol as a big burly bouncer guarding the smarts of a computer. Show More Summary

Hasbro Comic-Con exclusive toys up for grabs! - CNET

5 hours agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Enter to win• SDCC exclusive toys of Thor and Daredevil from the Marvel Legends series by Hasbro. This giveaway ends August 3, 2017.

Italian ISPs Say New Copyright Amendment Infringes Human Rights

A copyright amendment approved by the Italian authorities breaches the EU convention on human rights, an ISP organization has warned. The law allows the Italian Communications Regulatory Authority to issue "take down, stay down" instructions...Show More Summary

How to Auto-Block Offensive Content on Social Media and the Web

The internet is a vast, unruly place that only seems to be getting more and more antagonistic with every passing day. If you want to take a break from hateful comments and browse a more tranquil internet, there’s an extension for that. Show More Summary

5 Tactics to Earn Links Without Having to Directly Ask - Whiteboard Friday

5 hours agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by randfish Typical link outreach is a tired sport, and we've all but alienated most content creators with our constant link requests. In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand outlines five smart ways to earn links to your site without...Show More Summary

Facebook’s Messenger Platform 2.1 brings built-in NLP, bot-to-human handovers and more

Facebook Inc. has launched Messenger Platform 2.1 that includes a slew of new features that will make it easier for businesses and developers to reach new and existing customers. With more than 1.2 billion people using Facebook Messenger...Show More Summary

AnchorFree says it’s saving net neutrality by helping apps circumvent ISPs

Silicon Valley software company AnchorFree has come up with a solution to the possibility of Internet service providers throttling certain content on the Internet: a way to get around those providers. AnchorFree, which claims to be the...Show More Summary

Salesforce adds new customization tools to its Service Cloud Inc. on Thursday updated its Service Cloud with new capabilities that make it easier for users to customize and extend the platform across their organizations, and implement personalized customer service campaigns Salesforce’s...Show More Summary

As well as developing nuclear weapons, North Korea is also mining bitcoin

In news that can only be described as out of left field, the hermit kingdom of North Korea has apparently joined the digital age and has started mining bitcoin in a serious way. The new comes via a report from threat intelligence company Recorded Future Inc. Show More Summary

Meg Whitman tells Uber: “I am not going anywhere”

Uber Technologies Inc.’s search for a new CEO shows no signs of ending after one of the top candidates for the position publicly denied any interest in joining the company. The candidate in question is Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Co.’s chief executive officer Meg Whitman. Show More Summary

Russian airline taps into Ethereum blockchain to sell tickets

A Russian airline has achieved a world’s first by utilizing the Ethereum blockchain to sell tickets. S7 Airlines, in conjunction with Russia’s Alfa-Bank has implemented the Ethereum blockchain to simplify payments and to improve payment...Show More Summary

Newly detected Android spyware linked to Israeli ‘cyberwarfare’ group

Google Inc. has shut down a newly discovered form of Android spyware that is linked to an Israeli company that specializes in “cyberwarfare.” Called “Lipizzan,” the spyware was found to be bundled with 20 apps and is claimed to exfiltrate a user’s email, SMS messages, location, voice calls, and media. Show More Summary

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