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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It’s no secret that Google is excited about Hotpot, the new website property that has replaced “Places” and (maybe, just maybe) seeks to dethrone sites...

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Google hasn’t been short on clever promotions to publicize its Nexus S phone, with the most notable event being the recent launch of the device...

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It seems that all the world’s corporations have banded together against WikiLeaks, with the major credit cards having blacklisted payment options, Amazon having shut down...

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Dell, Archos, Eken, Samsung, Viewsonic, and a heaping scoop-full of others have produced some impressive (and, let’s be honest, not so impressive) Android powered tablets....

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While you may think of the Googleplex, the central Mountain View complex where Google runs so many of their experiments, as the search engine giant’s...

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Google has worked hard over the years to compile a comprehensive set of tools for webmasters. Especially for those less familiar with the concepts of...

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Back in July, Google announced yet another “experiment”: they were releasing an easy-to-use, visual interface that allowed everyday users to create apps for Android phones....

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When information was leaked from a Yahoo! employee that indicated that Delicious would be getting the ax in the near future, the social bookmarking community...

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In the mobile war of Google’s Android versus Apple’s iOS devices, the applications are often the ammunition. At first glance, then, it’s surprising to see...

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We’ve already reported on Google’s significant charity efforts this year, including the twenty million dollars in donations to several charitable organizations and the gift of...

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Is it possible that employees laid off from Yahoo’s staff will sabotage the search engine results? Perhaps a better question is whether or not someone...

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Google’s “Fiber” experiment is a fairly simple concept: the company wants to provide lucky communities with the fastest internet access yet conceptualized for modern access....

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