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- Osama bin Laden's Death Sets Web Traffic Ablaze but Doesn't Set Any Records
The news of Osama bin Laden's death was a fairly typical big news event online, if you can call something in the fast changing ecosystem of the web 'typical.' It didn't manage to break any usage records, though it came close, but it did cause quite a lot of traffic to news sites as well as web traffic in general.
- Google Search Is Testing Speech Input
Google is constantly tweaking its products and its search engine is no different. What's more, the company always runs several experiments in the wild, to test different ideas, layouts and new features. Many small changes are introduced without much fanfare, even though they may make a big difference for some users. Equally, Google do...
- Despite Big Launches, Both IE and Firefox Lose Market Share in April
Internet Explorer 9 is a solid addition to the line up of Microsoft browsers and is a big improvement over its predecessors, but it hasn't helped the company gain any market share overall or even stop the decline. The same goes for Mozilla, Firefox 4 is making huge headway, but Firefox's overall market share is falling.
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