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deep-linking

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New ads on Google to boost mobile-app makers

Google's latest tweak to display ads will show you new app-download ads, as the company pushes advertisers to focus on mobile.

By April 22, 2014

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Twitter adds more 'Cards' for app and photo gallery embeds

With the social network's expanded Cards feature, users can now see product information and photo galleries, and download an app, from a single tweet.

By April 2, 2013

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U.S. Trade Rep. identifies alleged pirate sites

USTR issues "Notorious Markets List" today and accuses numerous well-known sites, such as The Pirate Bay, of piracy.

By February 28, 2011

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Remember the YouTube piano? Meet its sibling

As a follow-up to the YouTube piano project, its creators have introduced a new toy that makes use of YouTube's deep-linked annotations feature: a working radio.

By July 19, 2010

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Live blog: Windows Phone takes the stage at Mix

At a Las Vegas conference, Microsoft shows how developers can write software for the new Windows Phone 7 Series devices, due out later this year.

By March 15, 2010

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An expert's guide to YouTube

Want to use YouTube like a pro? We've got some advanced tips on how to search, watch, and share.

By May 7, 2009

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Are catalogs the killer app for Silverlight?

Silverlight's Deep Zoom offers a way to view magazines and catalogs in a way that's much more akin to physical media than traditional Web sites.

By March 19, 2009

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YouTube deep video links go live

Want to send someone a YouTube link that takes them to the precise part of a video? It's a little easier now, and requires no third parties.

By October 30, 2008

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'BusinessWeek': Don't link to us

The publication not only asks people not to link to its site, it specifically directs them to its user agreement which prohibits the practice of "deep linking."

By January 26, 2008

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MobiTV tries (and fails) to censor Internet

A Silicon Valley startup MobiTV is currently engaged in an almost comedic yet futile effort to scrub a 31 character "secret" URL from the Internet. Who will win? The Digg/Slashdot crowd or MobiTV?

By March 7, 2008