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Category: Tech News

2016 Google Penguin Algorithm Update
Search Engine Optimization

2016 Google Penguin Algorithm Update | What’s Changing?

A key feature that is expected to be included in this 2016 penguin update is the “real time” feature. This feature will enable the Google Penguin algorithm to discover, analyze, and rank changes to a website’s SEO in real time.

Mozilla Blocks Adobe Flash by Default on Firefox Browser
Cyber Security

Mozilla Blocks Adobe Flash by Default on Firefox Browser

Mozilla is now by default blocking the Adobe Flash software/plugin across all versions of Firefox browser. The block is due to vulnerabilities discovered on Adobe Flash that is currently been used by hackers. As Adobe Flash is widely used on many websites, these vulnerabilities exposes many website users to cyber thieves.

FileZilla Failed: How to Fix FileZilla Failed to Retrieve Directory Listing
software Development

How to Fix FileZilla Failed to Retrieve Directory Listing

FileZilla failed to retrieve directory listing – connection error. This post was updated with steps you can follow to fix the error other than just downgrading Filezilla. You can still use version and above if you’re still having the “Filezilla failed to retrieve directory listing” error. See update in the second section below.

Microsoft Sway
Tech News

Microsoft Sway Is Now Available To Everyone

Microsoft Sway, an app for expressing your ideas in an “entirely new way across your devices” is now available to everyone. When Sway was initially released, a waiting list was in effect. Here is how the company described Sway on their blog announcement on October 1, 2014.

twitter emojis
Tech News

Twitter Emojis Are Now Open Source for Everyone

“Earlier this year, we collaborated with our friends @Iconfactory on a set of 872 beautiful Emojis so Tweets containing Emoji characters would look as sharp on the web as they do in mobile apps. Now we’re pleased to announce that these Emojis are available as an open source library to the developer community at large.