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  • Yahoo growth stalls months after Mozilla deal

    Yahoo's share gains since November from a deal with Mozilla may be a clue about whether the search company can attract more users through the just-announced contract to change Internet Explorer's and Chrome's default search through installations of Oracle's Java.

    Written by Gregg Keizer27 June 15 21:19
  • Yahoo loses some U.S. share gained from Firefox deal

    Four months after Yahoo closed a deal with Mozilla to make its search engine the default in Firefox in the U.S., Yahoo has managed to hold onto most of the share it grabbed from Google.

    Written by Gregg Keizer18 April 15 00:38
  • iOS trumps Android in mobile shopping. So what?

    Apple iPhone and iPad owners again put their stamp on holiday sales in the U.S. last week, accounting for the bulk of revenue booked from mobile devices, several analytics firms said.

    Written by Gregg Keizer03 Dec. 14 07:41
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  • comScore CTO shares big data lessons

    comScore is no stranger to big data. The digital analytics company was founded in 1999 with the goal of providing intelligence to companies about what's happening online.

    Written by Thor Olavsrud30 June 15 00:28
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  • What three big Google updates mean for your SEO strategy

    Recent changes to Google's search algorithm, its keyword planner tool and the availability of search query data may have you rethinking your SEO and online marketing strategies, but experts say it's best not to overthink things.

    Written by James A. Martin16 Oct. 13 13:21
  • 10 Top Big Data Startups to Watch--Final Rankings

    The votes are in for CIO.com's 10 hottest big data startups to watch. Here are the final rankings based on your voting as well as a variety of other criteria such as funding and company leadership.

    Written by Jeff Vance16 July 13 13:06
  • Is Android in the business world to stay?

    It's official, and it's been official for a while -- Android is far and away the most popular smartphone OS in America. Ever since January 2011, when the platform surpassed RIM to take the top spot for the first time in comScore's monthly market share rankings, Google's operating system has continued to grow its user base, which accounts for 52% of the market as of this January.

    Written by Jon Gold02 April 13 11:16
  • How a Mobile Payment Service Can Grow Your Online Business

    As more and more smartphone and tablet users shop via their mobile devices, being able to accept mobile payments is becoming a more important element of ecommerce. But does it make sense for your business? Mobile payment service providers Square, PayAnywhere, PayPal and Bank of America discuss fees, security and which types of business would benefit the most.

    Written by Jennifer Lonoff Schiff29 Jan. 13 21:45