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PimEyes markets its service as a tool to protect privacy and the misuse of images Ever wondered where you appear on the internet? Now, a facial recognition website claims you can upload a picture of anyone and the site will find that same person’s images all around the internet. PimEyes, a Polish ...
An update to Google Images creates a new way for site owners to drive traffic with their photos. Google is adding more context to photos in image search results, which presents site owners with a new opportunity to earn traffic. Launching this week, a new feature in Google Images surfaces quick fact...
I haven't been the biggest fan of Google Images since it removed direct image links, but the service has been working on a few useful features behind the scenes. Starting this week, contextual information about images will appear when you tap on them, similar to what you would get from regular web s...
It’s safe to say that nearly everyone is familiar with Internet search engines. Most of us use a search engine such as Google, Duck Duck Go, or Bing daily. As helpful as these and other search engines might be however, they don’t always give users the answers that they need. This is especially t...
To make its own browser more efficient, Google wants to significantly reduce Chrome’s energy consumption. For this, the search engine group is working on a new function that reduces the number of background processes and thus the required performance. Battery life is increased by slowing down...
An EPFL laboratory has developed DataShare Network, a decentralized search engine paired with a secure messaging system that allows investigative journalists to exchange information securely and anonymously. An scientific article on this subject will be presented during the Usenix Security Symposium...
Google’s Biggest Privacy Push: Auto-Delete Of Web, App, Location Data, Youtube Search For New Users Search engine giant, Google has disclosed a new development, where it will let users control their privacy. Google doesn’t have much of a reputation when it comes to gathering data about people. H...
On Wednesday, Google announced broad changes in its default data practices for new users, including a significant expansion in the company’s willingness to automatically delete data. In a blog post announcing the changes, CEO Sundar Pichai emphasized the company’s commitment to privacy, securit...
Google is bringing fact check information to image search results worldwide starting today. Google is adding “Fact Check” labels to thumbnails in image search results in a continuation of its fact check efforts in Search and News. “Photos and videos are an incredible way to help people underst...
Live captions are an important part of the tech industry, and a big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that a lot of the people that are trying to use tech solutions are living with disabilities with hearing impairments being among the most common disabilities that peopl...
Facebook is testing a new feature that aims to keep users inside its platform when they’re looking for factual information they would otherwise turn to Google or Wikipedia to find. The company confirmed to TechCrunch it’s now piloting an updated version of Facebook Search that displays factual i...
Google's John Mueller downplays author bios for all sites. But says author pages can be helpful for certain kinds of content. In a Google Webmaster Central hangout, Google’s John Mueller answered whether it was worth spending time creating author pages. Mueller downplayed the importance of author ...
Bing updated its backlink tool. Now it reports competitor backlinks. So much better than what Google provides. Bing updated an improved backlink research tool and announced it on Twitter. The backlink tool shows links from unique top referring domains, links on a page per page level as well as the t...
Google gives a detailed explanation of what causes algorithm to rewrite meta descriptions. In a Webmaster Central hangout, a publisher asked Google’s John Mueller why their meta description was being rewritten. Mueller’s answer offered a peek into how Google’s algorithm chooses when to rewrite...
YouTube is constantly growing. This is not only a website with funny videos, but a huge platform on which we can find everything – from clips with kittens to scientific materials and entertainment in the broad sense. With each subsequent month, Google announces new solutions that the company belie...
The search engine giant's popular Maps app has gotten a new location-sharing interface as of recently, first noticed by Android Police. Location sharing has now adopted a material, modern look that also allows for more information to be immediately available. Sharing your location is now also eas...
GOOGLE is the most popular search engine on the internet, with Microsoft's Bing a distant second. But which is better, and which is safer to use? People can actually choose from more than 20 different search engines. Most, however, stick with the most popular search engines, particularly Google (9...
Google has started rolling out a new core search algorithm update that it calls the May 2020 Core Update. The new update comes months after the search giant released the last core algorithm update back in January. The goal behind updates like these are to try and improve the quality of results that ...
Despite their seemingly simple goals, search engines like Google are actually very complex beasts, and the results they deliver up to users on a silver platter are the result of very complex algorithms. In very basic terms, when you type a keyword into a search engine like Bing or Google, its sole g...
GOOGLE CHROME users have been put on alert after thousands of people were tricked into download a dangerous download posing as a browser update. Google Chrome fans are being warned about a fake download which has already tricked thousands users of the market leading browser. Google Chrome is the mos...
Internet marketing and advertising is becoming increasingly difficult and expensive, especially for small to mid-level businesses. Veteran SEO expert Tony Rockliff urges business owners to utilize the power of YouTube as a promising alternative to the otherwise slow, painful and expensive build of a...
Bytedance has launched a standalone search engine app, further challenging Baidu’s dominance in China’s online search market. Why it matters: Bytedance, which owns video-sharing apps TikTok and Douyin, is increasingly positioning itself as a direct rival to Baidu. Beijing-based Bytedance is exp...
New search engine Kilos is rapidly gaining traction on the dark web for its extensive index that allows users access to numerous dark web marketplaces. A new search engine for the dark web, Kilos, has quickly become a favorite among cybercriminals and here’s why. It all began when the dark web...
Google’s new BERT algorithm means search engine marketers will need to change their approach to keyword research in 2020 and focus more on intent research. Adam Bunn, the Director of SEO, Content & Digital PR at Greenlight Digital, looks at what companies should expect from keyword searches in 202...
Imagine if you could find the perfect talent in a fraction of time by matching candidates with your job openings! What if there was a technology product that could simplify your recruitment process by providing quick candidate recommendations? The search and match algorithms are there in the HR tech...
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