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  • Retailers scramble to plug Heartbleed

    / Technology

    Retailers scramble to plug Heartbleed

    Online retailers large and small didn’t hesitate to act on the Heartbleed software bug this week. Those operating on infrastructure built with open-source technology—including Amazon Web Services, Google cloud offerings and Rackspace web hosting—moved quickly to update passwords and software patches.

    Posted 04/11/2014Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Online retailers large and small didn’t hesitate to act on the Heartbleed software bug this week. Those operating on infrastructure built with open-source technology—including Amazon Web Services, Google cloud offerings and Rackspace web hosting—moved quickly to update passwords and software…

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  • Forget Tax Day, April 15 is Google Glass Day

    / Mobile Commerce

    Forget Tax Day, April 15 is Google Glass Day

    Getting a $1,500 tax refund and don't know how to spend it? You're in luck. Google will sell its much-ballyhooed smartglasses, dubbed Google Glass, to the general public for the first time one day only: April 15. There already are mobile commerce apps for the wearable device.

    Posted 04/11/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Getting a $1,500 tax refund and don't know how to spend it? You're in luck. Google will sell its much-ballyhooed smartglasses, dubbed Google Glass, to the general public for the first time one day only: April 15. There already are mobile commerce apps for the wearable device.
  • Pictures prove their worth in search marketing

    / Marketing

    Pictures prove their worth in search marketing

    Spending on image-based product ads increased 69% year over year in Q1 2014 while text-based ad spending increased just 6%. And clicks followed suit.

    Posted 04/16/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Spending on image-based product ads increased 69% year over year in Q1 2014 while text-based ad spending increased just 6%. And clicks followed suit.

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