1. Nike+ Accelerator

    Nike partnered with TechStars to attract ten startup companies to Portland, Oregon for three months to create new experiences and companies based on the Nike+ APIs.

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  2. Twitter Card markup in expanded Tweets

    Twitter now supports story summaries in an expanded Tweet view powered by Twitter Card markup. I wrote a PHP generator and WordPress plugin to help your content look good on Twitter. Associate your page with a Twitter account, display images in timeline, and more.

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  3. Google recommendations for smartphone-optimized websites

    Google updated its webmaster recommendations for smartphone-optimized websites. You may need to change your site HTML and server headers to help Google's various crawlers find your smartphone content and better associate the same pages optimized for various screen sizes.

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  4. Nielsen U.S. smartphone statistics

    Research firm Nielsen released updated statistics on smartphone application usage in the United States. The average Android and iOS user installs 41 applications and uses these applications 39 minutes each day.

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  5. Map input autocomplete types in Chrome 15+

    Chrome 15 and above supports mapping input fields to specific types of data to improve the accuracy of autofill tools. The new WHATWG autocompletetype attribute proposal from Ilya Sherman of Google proposes 36 mapped tokens and two sections for autofill agents entering name, address, contact, credit card, business, or birthday data in a web browser.

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  6. Open Graph protocol 1.1

    Open Graph protocol is a set of HTML+RDF markup elements used to summarize webpages on the public Internet when those pages are shared on Facebook, Google+, mixi, LinkedIn, and more. In this post I will summarize Open Graph protocol markup for easy inclusion in your site templates.

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  7. Windows 8, plugin-free browsing, and UA spoofing

    Microsoft released a developer preview of Windows 8 at this week's BUILD conference including a preview release of the next version of Internet Explorer. The new browser runs in two modes: with and without plugins. Microsoft is bundling a special compatibility view list to spoof iPhone, iPad, or even Firefox User-Agents to trigger special views on websites designed for a plugin-free or full-screen experience.

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