The HTML5 era has arrived! Google automatically converts Flash ads to HTML5 versions Value Morning Post
Key Points of Value
- HP is said to be buying Aruba for the first time in years; Microsoft plans to shut down Nokia's Dongguan and Beijing factories: 9,000 job cuts; drip-drips continue to distribute passenger subsidies and driver incentives; global Internet usage growth slows, with most people still unable to access the Internet; and the world's largest P2P lender's first big profit: a plunge after the market.
According to foreign media reports, Google today began automatically converting Adobe Flash ad code to HTML5 version. This will make it easier for Google to deliver ads to devices or browsers that don't support Flash.
As early as last September, Google began providing backup ads for html5 versions. Users with flash-free devices can double-click on flash ads in Google's Sports Manager to convert to an HTML5 version. This allows users to watch actual ads instead of backing up still images.
Google now automatically converts Flash-based ads to the HTML5 version. All advertisers have to do is upload their ads through the AdWords editor or collaborate with Google's advertising platform.
The evolution from Flash to HTML5 is a trend that Google has been driving. In January 2010, for example, Google's YouTube video site released a beta version of the HTML5 video player. Last month YouTube finally ditched Flash al completely, using HTML5 for playback by default.
In the wireless age, the threshold has become higher. Because the connection service is not a simple search engine technology, to combine with the line. At the same time, more and more people express their needs through voice and image. Speech recognition is difficult, and image recognition is more complex and difficult, so the experience of differentiation in these areas will become more and more obvious in the future.
Robin Li, Chairman and CEO of Baidu
As technology grows exponentially, machines can simulate the brain's new cortical. By 2029, machines will reach the level of human intelligence, and by 2045, humans and machines will be deeply integrated, marking the arrival of the sing an odd moment.
Ray Kurzwell, founder and president of Singkaku University
HP is said to be buying Aruba for the first time in years
HP is in talks to buy Aruba Networks Inc., according to people familiar with the matter. The company is a manufacturer of wireless network equipment for hotels, universities and shopping centers. One of them said the acquisition could be announced as soon as next week. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because the information was not made public. As the deal has not yet been completed, negotiations are likely to fall through. If the deal goes through, it would be HP's biggest acquisition in years. Aruba has a market capitalisation of about $2 billion.
Microsoft plans to shut down Nokia's Factories in Dongguan and Beijing: 9,000 job cuts
Microsoft plans to shut down Nokia's Dongguan and Beijing plants and speed up shipments of production equipment to vietnam. Microsoft will cut a total of 9,000 jobs at its factories in Dongguan and Beijing. Other well-known foreign companies, such as Panasonic, Japan's Dajin, Sharp, TDK, etc., plan to further promote the relocation of manufacturing bases to Japan. World-renowned companies such as Uniq, Nike, Foxconn, Shipwell Electric, Gole and Samsung have opened new plants in Southeast Asia and India, accelerating the pace of withdrawal from China.
Drip fast statement: passenger allowances and driver incentives continue to be paid
The merger will continue for a considerable period of time, with red envelope subsidies and driver incentives for passengers, while further enhancing the optimization of their services and experience systems, Drop and Express said in a statement. Subsidy marketing is one of the common practices in nurturing the market in the mobile Internet age, and both sides have been successful in this regard, according to the official. The fight over ride-hitting software subsidies, which broke out in the first half of 2014, gave each of them a vision of rapid growth and development at a smaller cost of red envelope subsidies, which was direct and effective.
Global Internet usage is slowing and most people still don't have access to the Internet
The Facebook-backed Internet.org project, Global Connectivity 2014, reported that as of the beginning of 2015, only 3 billion people worldwide had access to the Internet, representing 37.9 percent of the global population. While the figures are impressive, they mean that the majority of the world's population still does not have access to the Internet, and Internet usage is still growing at a slow pace.
Google has stepped up its efforts to expand into the Android enterprise market
Google has added more features to its Android for Work project to make Android smartphones more attractive to enterprise users, a move that could help the company expand into the enterprise market. Android for Work will provide improved security and management features for businesses to equip employees with Android phones, Google said in its official blog. Google said it would work with more than two dozen companies, including BlackBerry, Citrix Systems and Box, a cloud storage service provider.
The world's largest P2P online lender reported its first big loss: an after-hours slump
Lending Club, the world's largest P2P lender, reported its first full-year loss of $32.9m last year. As a result of the news, the stock plunged 11 percent in after-hours trading on Tuesday. The San Francisco-based Lending Club, which listed on the NYSE late last year for $1bn, had a market capitalisation of nearly $9bn on its first day. The company's first earnings report since listing has attracted attention from investors who want to be fully aware of the profitability of such platforms, with the P2P online lending platform charging a small fee for the deals it has signed.
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