NewsFactor – While Microsoft’s Windows 7 has been making tech news, Apple’s Mac OS X has moved up the market-share ladder. Apple’s operating system continued climbing for the third consecutive month, closing in on 10 percent of the operating-system market, according to Net Applications. Apple now claims 9.9 percent of the market.
PC Magazine – Internet Explorer’s market share continued to drop last month as Mozilla’s Firefox, Google’s Chrome, and Apple’s Safari saw small gains, according to data released Monday by Net Applications.
PC World – Riders on the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District’s trains will be able to buy Wi-Fi Internet access on a network scheduled to cover all 104 miles (167 kilometers) of the rail system by 2011.
Ajax is good at displaying different content in the same url. There is no way for search engines to index pages like that. What search engines need are unique urls. No matter how long the url, as long as they are unique, it is all good.
I heard there were some development in making search engines read ajax code… in the mean time, i dont think it will work after doing some experiments in a few websites.Â TheÂ inabilityÂ for search engines toÂ follow ajax hyperlinksÂ is a major disadvantage to Web 2.0.