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Chrome will start labeling some websites as “Not secure”

The Chrome internet browser by Google will soon begin labeling sites as "Not Secure" if they don't use HTTPS. This significant change is slated to push out to the public

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How many ads should I have on my site?

Do you stuff lots of ads at the top of your web pages? Think again. Tired of doing a Google search and landing on these types of pages? Rejoice. Google has announced that it will penalize sites with pages that are top-heavy with ads. In other words, websites with a bunch of ads will be pushed down lower in search results.

Google Maps Indoors: Google starts mapping the indoors

When you’re inside an airport, shopping mall or retail store, a common way to figure out where you are is to look for a freestanding map directory or ask an employee for help. Starting today, with the release of Google Maps 6.0 for Android, that directory is brought to the palm of your hands, helping you determine where you are, what floor you’re on, and where to go with Google Maps Indoors.

Google Maps will charge websites for heavy usage

Users of Google Map links for their websites will be charged for heavy usage of the service. This change will only effect websites that use the Google Maps API service for more than 25,000 map hits each day. Websites, especially travel firms, use Google Maps to link customers to a view of the destinations they inquire about.

Google Plus vs Facebook

In just a few short hours, Google+ opened up registration, allowing anyone to sign up for the fledgling social network — while Facebook completely reformatted its news feed so you won’t miss any of your friend’s more important updates.

jQuery Overtakes Flash on World’s Top Websites

Today (08/24/11) for the first time ever the percentage of websites that have jQuery, the world’s most popular JavaScript Library, deployed has officially surpassed the percentage of websites that have Adobe Flash deployed. Statistics compiled by HTTP Archive (, which analyze the world’s top 17,000 websites, show that 48 percent of the sites use jQuery, while 47 percent use Flash.