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How Engineering helped catch Volkswagen cheating on emissions testing. Now if we can just beat the Terps this weekend!
IMO, is putting out some of the best, most advanced, most well-researched content in the SEO field right now. If you haven't seen his post on User Behavior yet, check it out: https://moz.com/blog/user-behaviour-data-as-a-ranking-signal
I'm excited to announce the results of Moz's biannual Search Engine Ranking Correlation Study and Expert Survey, a.k.a. Ranking Factors.
This is the largest study of this kind we've ever undertaken, including our Expert Survey of over 150 professional search marketers, and a ranking correlation survey of over 17,000 keywords.
In addition to the classic signals we've studied in the past, this time we worked with 3 data partners including and to study additional correlations.
The Expert Survey also includes valuable insight into Google's broad algorithm, negative ranking factors, and the future of search.
Take a look, let us know what you think! https://moz.com/blog/ranking-factors-2015
Researchers demonstrated they could access a Google account login when on the same WiFi network as an internet-enabled refrigerator. The fridge displays the owner's Google Calendar.
They incorrectly implement SSL: when presented with an incorrect certificate, they fail to validate it. This lets someone on your network -- say, someone who's broken your wifi password -- to get your Google login. With more work, the researchers believe they could overwrite the fridge's firmware and the mobile app that lets you control it.
I think the bottom line is that if you do buy a Smart allowance, think twice before letting it sign in to any important account, at least until they can demonstrate better security.
Google augmented reality division, Niantic, becomes its own division as part of the Google restructuring. #Alphabet
Stay tuned at www.NianticLabs.com and our social channels for more information.
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