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Mar 16, 2011
Building upon “How HTML5 will change the Web,” Peter Wayner of InfoWorld continues to expand upon HTML5 features throughout his most recent series of articles. The series highlights four areas of the HTML5 standard technologies that most, if not all, modern browsers are supporting in some capacity. (more…) Read More
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Mar 2, 2010
Miami, Florida was the venue of this year’s conference and it did not disappoint. The following are responses to the question, “What is your largest takeaway from Parallel’s Summit 2010?” To make this more interesting, see if you can match the response to the appropriate person/organization. The respondents are: A. Taylor Giddens, Codero B. Andy Mahler, Applicure C. Alyssa Felda, Parallels D. Leeor Geva, LMG Solutions LLC (more…) Read More
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Jan 11, 2010
Codero has been nominated for HostReview's annual Reader's Choice Web Host Awards, and voters have a chance to win a black iPod Touch 8 GB! Cast your vote for the Best Web Hosting Company of 2009 by next Sunday, January 17. Read More
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Dec 30, 2009
Codero recently wrapped up its 1st Annual Toys for Tots campaign, raising more than $3,600 to buy new toys for Kansas City-area (our hometown) youth during this holiday season. That bought a lot of toys for kids. See the full release, "Codero Teams With Toys for Tots, Helping Kids in Need This Holiday". Read More
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Dec 29, 2009
We're entering 2010 with all kinds of new gadgets, gizmos, and tech tools, but let's not forget that we've lost a few things this decade, too. HuffPostTech took a look back at 12 things that became obsolete this decade. From fax machines to landline phones check them out (and get nostalgic) in the slideshow below! 12 Things That Became Obsolete This Decade (PHOTOS). Read More
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Dec 21, 2009
Time Magazine's 2009 Gadget of the Year? Not Apple's iPhone 3GS – that came in at #4 – but DROID, thanks to a creative alliance between Motorola and Verizon and use of Google’s Android platform. It’s sleek, features a big display and is fully customizable with apps downloaded from the Android Market. See all of Time’s Top 10 Gadgets of 2009. Rest In Peace, Microsoft Encarta. This year saw the demise of the once very popular digital encyclopedia which first launched as a CD-ROM in… Read More
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Dec 17, 2009
Recently, Codero joined the ranks of the Microsoft® Gold Certified Partner Program. Representing the highest level of competence and expertise with Microsoft technologies, the program recognizes several areas of technical and business expertise as a hosting provider. As part of this certification, “Codero was awarded three key Microsoft Competencies ­– Networking Infrastructure Solutions, Security Solutions and Hosting Solutions – as well as the Small Business Specialist designation. In addition to achieving at least one competency, members are required to earn 120 Partner Points through additional… Read More
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Dec 11, 2009
The best new apps for your smartphone, “the cloud,” your desktop and more. Many were on display at this week’s LeWeb ’09 in Paris, drawing over 2000 participants from 46 countries in Paris for Europe’s #1 Internet event. North America will dive into its own big technology expos starting next month, but LeWeb gave us a preview of what’s coming – and even what’s already here. This year’s program (December 9 and 10) also focused on really, really big questions, like: (more…) Read More