Rob D Young

Rob D Young

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Rob has been insatiably obsessed with Google, search engine technology, and the trends of the web-based world since he began life as a webmaster in 2002. His work as an SEO consultant since 2006, and subsequently to content writing for technology and internet-focused publications, has done nothing but fuel this passion.

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Google runs 104 official blogs. These cover their various geographic locations, specific services, different platforms, and much more. As such, when I say that Google...

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Google’s expansions these days cause more than a few ripples in the world of online commerce. Their push to buy ITA is still the subject...

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When we mention Windows Phone 7 here, it’s not usually with awe or enthusiasm. After all, Microsoft’s “ambitious plan” entails climbing into the number three...

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We reported previously on Paul Allen’s law suit against everyone in the world, including your mom. The law suit took some very vaguely worded patents...

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The iPhone and iPad both became wild successes in part because Apple has been leading the App race. With over 300,000 applications, they’re a cut...

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We’ve been reporting a lot on the Nexus S lately. That’s mostly because Google has been so clever in marketing it, of course, what with...

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There are plenty of reasons to leave the major companies — Yahoo, Google, Microsoft — and pursue projects elsewhere. Recently, we’ve seen everything from the...

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As high-tech devices are increasing in power, they’re also decreasing in bulk. Additionally, every so often devices will combine themselves into a single medium —...

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In the movie “Frequency,” a time travel movie where a son communicates with his dead father via a ham radio (thanks to the radio’s unique...

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There’s that old saying, when you fail to use a basic human contraption appropriately, that says “you just have to be smarter than it is.”...

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