Daily Archives: October 11, 2011

Zynga launching game platform

Social games juggernaut Zynga Inc. is launching a site separate from Facebook where players can congregate and play its games. Project Z represents a major push by Zynga to divert players away from Facebook. The new site would import players’ … Continue reading

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Tablets drive digital traffic

According to the analytics firm comScore, smartphones and tablets β€” particularly the iPad β€” are becoming an increasingly significant source of web traffic in the U.S. β€œThe popularization of smartphones and the introduction of tablets and other web-enabled devices – … Continue reading

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Top 10 YDR videos

Here are the top 10 videos over the past seven days. 1. Back on duty 2. Shooting victim remembered 3. Weis Markets on Edgar Street closes 4. Man shot on Hartley Street 5. York County gets ready for sun 6. … Continue reading

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Google, YouTube looking for students’ experiments l

Google blog has a post on the new YouTube Space Lab. Check it out. Students are encouraged to submit an idea for a science experiment that can be conducted in space and upload a video explaining it to YouTube by … Continue reading

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Twitter bits and pieces

According to this Mashable post, Twitter will soon begin reformatting all links posted to its service with t.co, regardless of length. Previously, only links that were 20 characters or greater were reformatted with t.co. If you’re looking for a new … Continue reading

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Google+ numbers plummet

According to this Chitika post, traffic to Google+ spiked following its public launch Sept. 20, but has since plummeted. Chitika, a data analytics company, tracked Google+ traffic before and after the social networking service opened to all users. “It would … Continue reading

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