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Google Chrome usage dips below 20 per cent on desktops, while Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer gain
Digital Trends
Google Chrome may be the clear number two when it comes to its presence on desktop computers, but its usage stats took a bit of a hit last month. Meanwhile, the rest of its main competitors all gained users, according to Net Marketshare. In August, Google Chrome's market share fell from 20.37 per cent in July, to 19.61 per cent. Meanwhile, Internet Explorer, which by far is the most popular desktop Web browser, raised its share from 58.01 per cent in July, to 58.46 last month.
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3 steps to launch your first eCommerce website
Forbes
With online retail sales increasing year after year, now is the best time to start your own eCommerce website. Online retail sales increased roughly 15.7 per cent in 2014 when compared to the previous year while total retail sales only grew by 4.4 per cent. What does this mean? More and more people are purchasing from their home or mobile device instead of driving to the store.
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Robot journalism lurking on the web
Design & Trend
Real-time news driven by CNN, the Internet, bloggers and social media has altered consumers' consumption patterns. This has led struggling media companies to transform their business models, due to the loss of print advertising and subscriptions. Automated or robot journalism provides a solution that allows publishers to cover topics that are cost-prohibitive. Not only are automated journalists and editors less expensive than human journalists, but they can perform fact checking, proofread, check for plagiarism and meet timelines.
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Online learning industry poised for $107 billion in 2015
Forbes
Online learning, also known as e-learning, is booming. Market research firm Global Industry Analysts projects it will reach $107 billion in 2015. More traditional methods of training or education are not going away, not yet, but organizations of all types, from public schools to corporations, are opting to train and inform via the web.

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Map reveals every connected device in the world
Daily Mail
The internet has revolutionized the way we communicate and a third of the world's population use it to stay connected. Now, Texas-based internet cartographer and computer scientist John Matherly has used software to "ping" all of these global web devices and create a map demonstrating the technology's global reach. In the majority of cases, this signal was sent to routers rather than individual gadgets, but Mr Matherly said iPhone and Android devices have appeared previously.

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The neutrality of Internet regulations
Forbes
The debate over net neutrality, the idea of imposing traffic regulations on the Internet, is back. This time, advocates claim that the best way to continue today's fast pace of innovation and investment in broadband services is to put the Internet under the thumb of federal regulations from the 1930's, sometimes referred to as Title II or common carrier regulation.

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How wearable technology can — and will — change your business
Forbes
In recent years, wearable technology has become a hot topic in the tech industry. With its tight relationship with the Internet of Things, many insiders have designated wearables for business as the next big thing. But while the most talked-about new wearable technologies — such as the Apple iWatch and Google Glass — are either not yet widely available, or are only just beginning to make their way into customers' hands, there are many other wearable products that have already established themselves in the market.
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Watch: 5 crazy ways in which social media has affected your brain
Deccan Chronicle
With social media sites being used by one-third of the entire world, there clearly has been a major influence of it on the society. But what about its effect on your body? Surprisingly, 5 to 10 per cent of Internet users are actually unable to control how much time they spend online. Watch here the 5 crazy ways in which social media is changing your brains right now.
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Google Ventures' 6-step design process: How we revamped our entire product in less than a week
The Next Web
Time is often the scarcest resource for a startup. When you’re building a complex technology, how do you prioritize between laying the foundation (the back end) and packaging it delightfully (the front end)? How do you quickly define what you are building next and make sure that everyone is on the same page? We faced this dilemma recently and reached out to the design team at Google Ventures (our backers) for help. The team at Google Ventures (GV) taught us a process that allowed us to design a better user experience, faster.
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Facebook CEO ready to spend billions to spread web access
The Hamilton Spectator
Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said he's willing to spend whatever it takes to spread Internet access around the world. "We feel a big responsibility to bring the Internet to more people," Zuckerberg said at an event organized by Carlos Slim, chair emeritus of America Movil SAB, in Mexico City. "Even if Facebook has to spend billions of dollars" to make it happen, he said. Facebook already connects almost half of the world's Internet-connected population on its social network, with 1.3 billion users.
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