To some people, working from inside the comfort zone is a dream job. As a matter of fact, millions of people around the world prefer to earn money from working at home.
Websites on the web can collect a lot of data from search engine crawlers. The information can be compiled inside a log file, something that many webmasters overlook.
Most if not all websites use analytics tool track and report website traffic. In real-time, the tool can show detailed information about activities the website is experiencing.
This information can be a treasure when used properly.
AI is one of the greatest invention in the modern world of technology. But just like any others that came before it, artificial intelligence has weaknesses.
First of all, we must know that people generate a lot of data. With smartphones and computers becoming everyday objects, users are relentlessly doing their things.
Uploading and sharing the data to the internet, we are all adding up to the pile of data tech companies store on their servers.
Google News is a news aggregator and app that presents a continuous, customizable flow of articles organized from thousands of publishers and magazines.
For publishers of news websites and news portals, being featured in Google News can be a great way to get a lot of targeted visitors. While Google has certain rules for websites if they want to appear on Google News, the competition is high.
With more publishers wanting to appear on top, especially during breaking news events, the time and space aren't easy to reach.
Google AdSense allows publishers in the Google Network of content sites to serve automatic text, image, video, or interactive media advertisements, that are targeted to their site's content and audience.
For many publishers, AdSense can be a good source of revenue, but for them, it can be frustrating to know that Google can occasionally show blank ads on their site's pages.
We store everything on our phones.
From emails, social media accounts, business-related documents, personal photos, to-do lists, and many more. With us becoming even more attached to our devices, the more data we store on our phones, the more vulnerable your privacy becomes.
It's fine if the data stays on your phone. But sadly, smartphones do connect to the internet, and apps may send information about usage and other data to servers elsewhere on the globe.
So no, your data may not be secured as you may have expected.
On the modern days of the internet, it's very rare to see services that go without requiring users to first accept the Terms and Conditions.
Also referred to as T&C, ToS and ToU, Terms and Conditions are as old traditional contracts. As a matter of fact, they are actually contracts, as they can be composed of requirements, rules, special arrangements, provisions, and standards - which all make an integral part of a real contract.
Everyone using the internet must be using some sort of Domain Name System, or DNS for short.
Without realizing it, users of the web use DNS as a protocol which sets the standards for how computers exchange data on the internet as well as many private networks. Its basic job is to turn user-friendly domain names, such as eyerys.com into an Internet Protocol (IP) which computers understand.
These IP addresses are meant for computers to identify each other on a network.