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Web design & Web development in Oakland, CA
Web design & Web development in Oakland, CA

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President #Trump is the single biggest political advertiser on #Facebook.

Mr. Trump and his PAC spent $274,000 on ads on the social network since early May, outpacing the second-biggest spender, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care.
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Early adopter brands that redesign their #websites to support visual- and voice-search will increase digital commerce revenue by 30%.
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Happy 30th birthday, GIF!
#gif #web #internet
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We broke our #logo up on two lines. What do you think?
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82% of #smartphone users say they consult their phones on purchases they're about to make in a store.
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Users expect a fast mobile experience, and yet many sites still take way too long to load. Here are the benchmarks you need to know...
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10 of the biggest breakthroughs that will transform our experiences with technology, society and each other in the year ahead.
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While increased speed, usability, and transparency are all welcome, the most intriguing upgrade to Uber’s app isn’t how much faster it loads, the way it learns from your routines, or how it scrapes your calendar for the address of your meeting across town. No—the most compelling thing about Uber’s reimagined app is a new feature the company calls Uber Feed.
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You may be able to attend the 2020 political conventions from your living room with #VirtualReality #VR #politicsandtechnology
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Felt-tip markers have been around since the early 1900s and the "Magic Marker" since 1953. But in 1964, Chicago's Sanford Ink Company filled a felt-tip pen with a permanent ink that would stick to nearly any surface—and that was, as they say, all she wrote.
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