Apple Move To The iCloud

Apple reveals iCloud!

At Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference this week, Apple CEO finally revealed one of the technology companies’ worst kept secrets – the iCloud. The new service aims to, according to Jobs, “demot(e) the PC and Mac to just be a device”.  Following on from cloud-based services from Amazon and Google, the iCloud service will allow users … Read more

Norwich Business in Barclays Final Three

Norwich Business In Barclays Final Three!

Norwich Business in Final Three Michelle Mone backs ‘Take One Small Step’ competition to award £50,000 to local Norwich business. Creator of multi-million business Ultimo lingerie backs UK business competition. Over 5,000 registered for the competition, whittled down to a short-list of just 27. Local company up for one of nine £50,000 cash prizes and expert advice to … Read more

Internet Giants Test Out IPv6

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Ever heard of IPv6?  No?  Well, you are not alone.  Most web design professionals and owners will not be aware of it yet, but it is a development that is coming your way – though not, admittedly, terribly soon. However, a number of major internet brands have been testing the new internet address system this … Read more

Ranking Report Helps Sift SEO Factors

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Confused about what factors on your site actually have a measureable impact on your site’s organic Google search ranking?  Well, you are not alone; the algorithm is of course a closely guarded secret and changes all the time and SEO experts could debate for years on its actual components. A new report from search software … Read more

SEO Newbies Helped By Periodic Table For SEO

If you are new to the idea of using search engine optimisation (SEO) on your own website to improve your search results, then some simple help is at hand.  Search engine news and research site Search Engine Land has just released a free methodology for SEO newbies to get to grips with the complexities of … Read more

Webmasters Offered Schema.org to Improve SEO

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Anyone with a webpage trying to improve their SEO received a big hint of the way of things to come this week with the launch of Schema.org from search engine leaders Bing, Yahoo, and Google.  Aimed, essentially, at making their own lives easier, the venture hopes to get website owners and designers to start using … Read more

Google Give +1 to the World Wide Web

If you have your own website, then you will be interested in any tips and tricks for driving traffic to it, and improving its design or content to improve your search results. Well, Google have today – rather quietly – rolled out their +1 functionality across the web as a whole, giving sites another tool … Read more

Google Confirm Universal Shutdown Policy On Spam Hosts

Further incentive, should it be needed, for users to keep a close eye on the quality of their web hosting service came this week with the highly unorthodox but seemingly valid confirmation from Google that they can, and will, take action to shut out all of the sites hosted on a particular server if they … Read more

Vigilante Hackers Hit Broadcaster PBS

Hackers annoyed by US public broadcaster PBS’s recent documentary about Julian Assange and the controversial website Wikileaks have apparently staged an attack on the site’s web hosting servers and posted thousands of passwords from the show’s servers as well as a false news story. The group, apparently upset at the “unfair” way the Wikileaks site, … Read more