Google’s latest quality raters’ guidelines have been released, and have been updated to give raters new ways of flagging sites with content that could be considered upsetting, offensive or inaccurate.
That there is upsetting, offensive or harmful content on the internet should be abundantly clear to anyone who’s ever innocently searched for the best way to celebrate a particularly bountiful lemon harvest; for how, as just one man, you should tackle opening one tricky jar; or for the best way to make waffles appropriate for a 65th wedding anniversary.
Not that it should be surprising to anyone, really.
The same goes for inaccurate content. FAKE NEWS. Sad! [...]
It’s out with the new and in with the old as once-great Finnish mobile manufacturer Nokia takes us back to the halcyon days of slow texting, long battery life and phones that can stop a bullet. That’s right, the 3310 is back.
Except that’s not quite true.
It’s not really the 3310. It’s just a similar looking plastic phone.
And it’s not really a statement of intent for the wistful (or even the ironic) luddite, it being announced alongside two new very-much-smartphones.
No, what this is is the most ludicrous marketing gimmick since sliced bread. And look how that turned out.
Nokia is not a name that’s been on many lips for a while now, and its return [...]
Being a business owner in your local area, it is more than likely that you have been told by a number of different sources that you should insert your business to a number of different directories, e.g. The Yellow pages or Yelp. Business owners use these to allow them to improve their visibility on Google. If you are hearing about this for the first time, it may sound easy.
When I first heard of this process it seemed that all you would have to do is sign up to some of these services, maybe opt-in to a couple of different things to get a link to my website onto the profile of, for example, Yell.com.
But I was wrong, terribly wrong. The truth behind this is that if you [...]
For 8 years running now, Apple’s iOS and Android have been competing with each other for the best mobile operating system money can buy. The majority of people will name Apple when asked who made the first step in creating the first mobile operating system.
However, much to my surprise, after doing my research I found that androids operating systems development traces back to 2003, whereas apples first version of iOS landed in 2007. But the point remains that it was the handsets that both parties released that defined both organizations and placed them on the pedestals they are currently on.
At first glance, as many people would agree with me, Apple created the slicker, [...]