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WordPress Version 4.2 Now Live, Here’s What’s New by @mattsouthern

Version 4.2 of WordPress is now available to download. The update has been labeled Powell in honor of jazz pianist Bud Powell, and comes with several useful new features. Not sure whether or not to update right away? Here’s a look at some of the benefits you’ll be getting. Easier Sharing via ‘Press This’ Improvements to the Press This browser bookmarklet are said to make it easier and faster for you to share content to WordPress from other sources. Additional Language Support WordPress 4.2 has support for new characters, including native Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters, musical and mathematical symbols, and […]

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Google to Shut Down Classic Google Maps, Will Introduce New Lite Version by @mattsouthern

Google has announced it will be shutting down the classic version of Google Maps. As a result, it will be replaced by a faster, ‘lite’ version. Many users won’t even notice the change, as the classic version of Google Maps has not been used on modern browsers since February 2014. If you’re using an older browser, or had specifically bookmarked the classic version of Maps, you’re about to get an update. You will either automatically be updated to the current version, or be introduced to the new Lite Mode. As Google describes, the current version of Maps has many advantages […]

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Google To Sunset Their Old Version Of Google Maps

The original version of Google Maps is being shut down soon and a new “lite mode” of Google Maps will replace it.

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Google Launches Streamlined Lite Version Of Mobile Search Interface For Slower Connections

Have a slow connection on your mobile device? No worries, Google will give you a lite version of the search interface to speed things up for you.

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Google Introduces Lite Version of Mobile Search for Slow Connections by @mattsouthern

When you need instant answers to your search results, you’ll never be bogged down by a slow connection again. Google has announced a brand new, streamlined version of its mobile search interface that has been specifically designed to load fast on slow connections. “To make sure you’re not waiting on Google when you need it most, we’ve rolled out a streamlined Search results page that loads fast, even on those slow connections. You’ll get all the info you need in a simpler format that’s beautiful and easy to use.” Google’s new streamlined mobile search will be used automatically when needed, […]

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Microsoft to Bring Advanced Version of Cortana to iOS and Android

The tech giant believes its work on search, speech recognition, and machine learning will make Cortana the first intelligent digital assistant that can provide predictive information about users.

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Google To Sunset Webmaster Tools API Version One On April 20th

Google is dropping support for the original Webmaster Tools API, which means you can no longer obtain keywords from the content reports within Google API starting April 20th.

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New Bing Ads Editor Version (10.7) Now Available

Changes include some subtle but welcome usability updates and, best of all, the ability to edit the text of keywords that have already been synced.

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Copycat Framework IO.js Beats Node.js To A Fully-Featured Version 1.0


The turmoil surrounding Node.js, a popular open-source framework for building Web applications, has taken an interesting turn. A copycat version called IO.js just hit version 1.0, beating Node to a milestone that usually marks the transition from experimental “beta” to production software.

Node has been caught in a developer tug-of-war over the past few months. One faction of major Node project contributors recently “forked,” or split, their own project away from the Joyent-managed Node. Part of the reason behind the fork was developers’ frustration with Joyent’s slow release schedule. Node still isn’t in version 1.0.

See also: What Developers Need To Know About The Node.js Fork

IO.js launched its own version 1.0 on Tuesday, one that features capabilities Node.js doesn’t yet possess. The beta release will run on a new version of Google’s V8 JavaScript engine, according to project webmaster and spokesperson Mikeal Rogers.

“This means that generators, promises, and a litany of other features are now available by default without even so much as running Node with a special flag,” Rogers told InfoWorld.

IO.js 1.0 will be better suited for developers than for users. Some of its unique features include asyncwrap, a function especially for debugging. It will be more advanced than Node.js proper, but also less stable for production.

Even as IO.js moves forward, its main proponents haven’t forgotten about Node.js. Several contributors to the IO.js project remain on the Node.js advisory board, including Node’s former project lead Isaac Schlueter and Strongloop co-founder Bert Belder. IO.js continues to be a place for developers to experiment, while Node proper remains a stable release for users.

As long as there remains overlap between contributors to Node and to IO.js, the two open source projects are split, but not separate. Joyent CEO Scott Hammond told ReadWrite that he believes reunification will come eventually because all the people involved have the same motivations. IO.js moves at a different pace, but the people involved remain interested in furthering the Node project, Hammond said. 

“Node.js has always been about delivering production-grade code, and there are tens of thousands of organizations running on it now,” he said. “IO.js experiments with unstable technologies that the userbase isn’t quite ready to use. I think experimentation is great and there should be a role for that in the project and the community. You get healthy projects when you can experiment with things early.”

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The Best New Features Of Google AdWords Editor Version 11 by @mattsouthern

Google’s AdWords Editor 11 is said to be the biggest update since the tool first launched in 2006. With such an extensive update new features are going to end up getting missed if you’re not aware of them. Larry Kim of WordStream has gone through and highlighted everything that’s new in AdWords Editor version 11. I welcome you to check out his post for full details — in this post I will recap some of the best features that Larry has pointed out. Multiple Account Windows Side By Side For the power users who run multiple AdWords campaigns across more […]

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