Remember when the most exciting thing you could do on a mobile phone was call someone from the loo if you wanted? These days they aren’t only one of the most widely used gadgets in the world, they’re mini computers we can fit in our pockets and do just about anything on. With the operating systems, technology and design quality we’re seeing in phones these days it’s no wonder they’ve become such powerful social tools.
Mobile search is hotter than ever, which means that local searches will be taken along for the ride. There is a lot of excitement around it and suggestions are being put forward as to how websites can dominate local and mobile search. But when you look closely, SEO strategies for mobile devices aren’t really that different from conducting a strategy to dominate traditional search.
While it is true that mobile searches are more likely to display local results than other forms of content, this trend might be exaggerated. It should be noted that a significant portion of searches on desktop computers have local intent as well. As the functionalities of mobile devices get improved, users will start using mobile internet the same way they do a traditional PC.
A significant percentage of individuals already have Blackberries, iPhones, and devices that run on Android. The increasing screen size, battery life, readability, and multimedia capacity of these smart phones are not “unique”. Instead, the mobile industry is moving forwards feature parity with the desktop. Recent research studies conducted by Doubleclick also shows that search behaviors are becoming similar.
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3D TV and the Future The dazzling 3D realism of the sci -fi world depicted in Avatar was a memory that will stay with me for a long time. The depth and added dimension that 3D which made you feel like you’re part of the on-screen action, and made characters seem more real. A good 3D movie is a mind blowing experience and Avatar was just that on the big screen.
Knight Rider has returned after 25 years. Yes the new season premier of super pimped up Knight Rider returned to NBC last September 23rd 2008. I’ve always been fan of Knight Rider since I was a kid. The New KITT 3000 is based on Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 KR edition which is specially named before Knight Rider. From the Pilot TV Movie back at February 2008 that I’ve talked before was the way to gain experience about viewers and their needs. They actually get user feedback from forums and various blogs to learn about peoples expectations about the new Knight Rider. So after Pilot Episode TV event the season premier was a lot of changes in the car features. Why not take a look below…