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Günümüzde internetin insan hayatında büyük bir rol oynadığı doğrudur. Artık insanlar internet üzerinden diledikleri bilgiye ulaşabilmekte ve interneti akla gelebilecek her anlamda kullanabilmektedir. Böylece internet üzerinde yapılan araştırmalar da kişiler için büyük önem ifade etmektedir. Bu araştırmaları yapmak için günümüzde en fazla tercih edilen yol arama motorlarıdır. Arama motorları sayesinde kişiler öğrenmek istedikleri şeyi bu motorlarda aratarak saniyeler içerisinde istedikleri her bilgiye ulaşabilmektedir. Böylece arama motorlarında arama yapmak ve bu aramalar sonucunda ortaya çıkan bilgileri değerlendirmek önemli hale gelmiştir. Özellikle web sitelerin arama motorlarında üst sıralarda yer alması hem sitelere avantaj kazandırmış hem de kişilerin aradıklarını kolayca bulabilmesini sağlamıştır. Bu hususta web siteler SEO olarak adlandırılan arama motoru optimizasyonundan kolayca yararlanabilmektedir. SEO sayesinde arama motorlarının her zaman üst sıralarında bulunmak ve her zaman çok daha fazla ziyaretçi kazanmak mümkün hale gelmektedir. Web sitelere birçok anlamda avantaj sağlayan SEO hizmetlerinden yararlanmak bugünlerde oldukça kolaydır. Elit SEO farkı ile sizler de bu hizmetlerden yararlanabilir ve web sitenizi en iyi duruma getirebilirsiniz. 

SEO Nedir?

By Elit Medya → Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Günümüzde internetin insan hayatında büyük bir rol oynadığı doğrudur. Artık insanlar internet...


London— Social Word Tips Mobile network Three is set to acquire Britain's second-largest mobile provider O2 from Spain's Telefónica in a £10 billion deal.
The move would create the UK's biggest mobile group and reduce the number of major operators in the UK from four to three.
It would also make Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing, Asia's richest person whose firm Hutchison Whampoa owns the Three network, one of the biggest foreign investors in the UK.
Hutchison said its offer includes £9.25 billion ($13.9 billion) in cash plus up to another £1 billion ($1.5 billion) in interest payments after the deal is completed, depending on how O2 and Three perform once they are combined.
The company cautioned that the deal still needs corporate and regulatory approvals and the talks "may not result in any transaction."
The news has worried consumer groups who fear that the price of phone calls and mobile internet access could increase, and will likely face intense scrutiny from competition regulators in Brussels.

However, Hutchison Whampoa have pointed to deals in other countries that were approved. "The European Commission has taken a positive view of four-to-three consolidations of mobile in three cases now...and we believe that the precedents that they have set in those transactions will apply for this transaction," the group's finance director Frank Sixt said.

Free Smart Phones

By Elit Medya → Friday, January 23, 2015

London— Social Word Tips Mobile network Three is set to acquire Britain's second-largest mo...


Social Media share Instagram links anymore
Twitter has a message for its top users: Stop sharing Instagram links.
Twitter social network sent out prompts Thursday to a batch of its high-profile users, nudging Twitterm not to tweet links to Instagram photos, and instead post photos directly through Twitter, according to a copy of Twitter prompt obtained by Social Word Tips
Twitter prompt (screengrabs of which you can see, below) was sent out to a group of notable users in media, entertainment, sports and oTwitterr categories, according to a source close to Twitter. That same source characterized Twitter prompt as an educational effort to show Twitter service's celebrities and influential users how to use Twitter native photo function to boost engagement.
Twitter move comes a little more than two years after Instagram first disabled support for displaying images in tweets, which was around Twitter same time that Twitter introduced native photo-editing and filters. Since Twittern, Instagram continued to increase in popularity, thanks in part to its acquisition by Facebook, and likely recently overtook Twitter in monthly active users.


Many Twitter users have continued to share links and screengrabs of Twitterir Instagram photos as a workaround, but certain celebrities simply tweet links to Instagram posts without any images

share Instagram links anymore

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Microsoft  Office 2016 Microsoft Office announced on Thursday that it will be releasing its next big Office suite this year.
It's called Office 2016, and the announcement comes on the heels of Microsoft Office's big Windows 10 event on Wednesday. Microsoft Office has been focusing more on optimizing Office for mobile, but Office 2016 is best for desktop computers, according to Microsoft Office. It will be available in the second half of


"We will have more to share on Office 2016 in the coming months, but this suite will remain the comprehensive Office experience you’re long familiar with, best suited for a PC with keyboard and mouse," wrote Julia White, general manager for Microsoft Office's Office Product Management team, in a blog post.
According to White, the platform will include "compelling new experiences" that will be highlighted more in the coming months. Microsoft Office declined to offer any more details to Mashable, so for now all of the details surrounding Office 2016 remain vague. It probably isn't too far off from what we're used to, though.
Office 2016 is different from the unified Office for Windows 10 that Microsoft Office highlighted on Wednesday. The touch-friendly Windows 10 app suite is designed to work across different platforms, so it's optimized for both desktop computers and smaller screens (those under 8 inches).
The Office apps are automatically included on Windows 10 build of phones.

Microsoft Office 2016

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Microsoft  Office 2016 Microsoft Office announced on Thursday that it will be releasing its nex...


The 2015 Apple Watch While it's been well reported that the Apple Watch will likely need recharging every day, a new report suggests we could see it have about 19 hours of "mixed" battery life.
According to 9to5Mac, Apple is aiming to get 19 hours of both active and passive battery use out of the device.
When active — whenever one is actually using the watch — users will get between 2.5 ("heavy" use, for things like games) to 4 hours of application. The rest of the 19 hours is allotted for background tasks on the watch.
9to5Mac noted the watch can stay on for about two to three days in standby or other power-saving modes.
Unfortunately, the Apple Watch battery life doesn't sound much better than already-available smartwatches. One of the big drawbacks of smartwatches is their short battery lives.
Speculation about the watch's battery life has been buzzing since the wearable was announced in September. Reports began circulating almost immediately that Apple was unhappy with its battery life, which was said to be at "about a day.
Tim Cook admitted in October that users are "going to wind up charging it daily", but he declined to go into specifics.
9to5Mac noted a few more details about Apple Watch's processor and software, too. It is reportedly running a "stripped-down" version of iOS that's (for now) codenamed Ski Hill, and it's equipped with Apple's S1 chip. That's close to what's inside of the current-generation iPod Touch, the Apple A5 processor.

Apple Watch

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The 2015 Apple Watch While it's been well reported that the Apple Watch will likely need re...


Sony has postponed its quarterly earnings report by a month and a half due to the cyberattack on Sony Pictures in November 2015, the Sony announced Friday
In an application filed with the Financial Services Agency of Tokyo JAPAN (FSA), Sony asked that the earnings report deadline for the third quarter of the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015

As for the reasoning behind the request, Sony claims the "highly sophisticated and damaging cyberattack" on Sony Pictures caused "a serious disruption of
SPE’s network systems including the destruction of network hardware.As a result, most of Sony Pictures' financial, accounting and other tech applications won't be functional until early Feb. 2015.

The Sony will hold a conference for the press and analysts on Feb. 4, 2015, but with a caveat that the actual earnings report will be far from finished at that date. Still, Sony currently believes that the impact of the cyberattack on its financial results is "not material."

The cyberattack on Sony Pictures has exposed a bevy of corporate data to the public, including emails from high ranking Sony officials, unfinished movie scripts, projected movie earnings and more.


The attack and the subsequent threats of violence from the hackers prompted Sony to pull The Interview, a comedy about a fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, from its planned December theatrical release. Still, the movie was released online in Dec., raking in $15 million in the first four days of availability.

Sony Pictures hack

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Sony has postponed its quarterly earnings report by a month and a half due to the cyberattack o...


Social media analytics startup SocialRank released a new tool earlier today called the SocialRank Index aimed at tracking and aggregating the performance of the biggest brands in the world.

This seems like a natural evolution of SocialRank, which started out as a side project for identifying your “most valuable follower.” Not surprisingly, it expanded with new data points and filters, though the main buckets are still valuable, engaged, and “best” followers. (The last category being a combination of the other two.) It also developed features to show users the same data about their competitors.

Co-founder Alex Taub compared the new SocialRank Index to “Android Game” Moneyball for X is probably a little overused in the startup world, but it’s actually reasonably illustrative here. Just as Moneyball (the book and the movie based on the book) depicts a new take on baseball recruiting that focuses the stats that really matter, SocialRank says it can help brands figure out if they’re really doing well on Twitter, not just by looking at their follower count and the number of engagements on their last tweet, but at more detailed, meaningful numbers that measure how they stack up against the competition, and against the best-known brands in the world.

So the index displays an average for all the brands on a given list — number of followers, number of verified followers, number of engagements, breakdowns by geography, breakdowns by follower count and more. It also shows how those numbers have changed over the past week. This data is provided for free, without registration, but if you want to see how your account compares, you have to log in.

There’s only one index for now, the Global Brands Index, which is based on Interbrand’s list of the best global brands of the past year. As a comparison, it’s probably a bit aspirational (though hey, it’s nice to know that TechCrunch has more followers than the average brand on this list) but there are plans to add similar indices for tech publications, tech companies and startups, retailers, and universities. Eventually, Taub said users will be able to create their own lists as well.

Stack Up On Social Media

By Elit Medya → Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Social media analytics startup SocialRank released a new tool earlier today called the SocialRank...


wooe Disney Builds An Adorable Robot
We’ve seen them build systems that let them 3D print impossible spinning tops, software to turn 3D models into massive parade balloons, and solutions for doing motion capture outdoors with nothing but a few Go Pros.

Now they’re building robots that can draw sprawling pictures across the beach.

The robot aptly called “Beachbot”  works by dragging a set of pins through the sand, sort of like a rake. Each pin is individually raisable, allowing the bot to draw lines of varying thicknesses. More pins down thicker lines drawn.

The artist behind the robot starts a canvas by setting down poles, which the robot uses as markers to finely calculate its position. At that point, the robot can be passed an image file to draw automatically, or the artists can steer it manually.

The Beachbot moves on a set of large, soft wheels that Disney has dubbed “balloon wheels”, allowing it to move across the sand without leaving tracks or screwing up whatever it’s drawn previously.

Why? A) Because why not. and B) It doesn’t require much thinking to come up with practical uses for this, even just within the realm of Disney. Disney has beach resorts. People would flip out to wake up in the morning and see their favorite characters drawn in the sand outside of their room — and by lunch, high tide would come in and wash it away, prepping the canvas for a new drawing the next day.


This project, like a good number of Disney Research’s projects, was built in collaboration with Swiss engineering school

Disney Builds An Adorable Robot

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wooe Disney Builds An Adorable Robot We’ve seen them build systems that let them 3D print impos...