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16
Feb

Bing hopes to change the way search engines index the web: wants publishers to submit new and updated content

Posted by on in Search Engines
Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, has announced that it hopes to change the way search engines discover new and updated content. At the moment, search engines generally find new and updated content by crawling pages. When a search engine’s bot lands on... Continue reading
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02
Apr

6 ways to stay up to speed on social media for fraud investigation

Posted by on in Internet Privacy
Occasionally, I give presentations to analysts and investigators in the insurance industry regarding how they can use social media websites like Facebook and Twitter during their investigations. Special Investigation Units (SIU’s) are increasingly turning to social media websites during their research... Continue reading
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11
Sep

Facebook Aquila completes Second Test Flight

Posted by on in Internet Search
Facebook just finished its second test flight for its solar powered drone that beams internet which goes by the name Aquila.  According to Facebook engineers, the flight was carried out on May 22 in Yuma, Arizona and operated for an hour... Continue reading
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02
Jun

Google News: The biggest missed opportunity in media right now

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Almost every time I talk to a journalist who spends a lot of time online and the subject of Google News comes up, there is a shared sense of frustration: namely, frustration over how little the site has changed over the years since... Continue reading
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01
Jun

Google's Sergey Brin just wants a luxury vacation air yacht that he can also use for good PR

Posted by on in Search Engines
When you're a cofounder of one of the world's most valuable companies, your passion projects tend to take on a more massive scale than, say, simply tuning up an old hot rod in the garage. Take Google's Sergey Brin. Word leaked last... Continue reading
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20
Nov

12 most useful apps for Android

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Technically speaking, almost all Android apps are useful in one way or another. Whether it’s staying up to date with friends and relative on social media to adding events to your calendar, smartphones were designed to make life easier. That said,... Continue reading
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15
Nov

Best Android apps - Best Android apps 2017 - Essential

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At PC Advisor we review a *lot* of phones and tablets, but certain apps are always top of our list. Here's our pick of essential Android apps - the best apps if you've just bought a new Android phone or tablet.... Continue reading
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22
Oct

Luke Bryan Answers Fans’ Most-Searched Questions in ‘Search Engine Secrets’

Posted by on in Search Engines
Luke Bryan doesn’t fall short on comedy whenever he’s given the opportunity, and he definitely let the jokes fly during an exclusive game of “Search Engine Secrets” while backstage at his Farm Tour. Known for his incredibly impeccable comedic timing and his... Continue reading
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01
Sep

Liberal, Moderate or Conservative? See How Facebook Labels You

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You may think you are discreet about your political views. But Facebook, the world’s largest social media network, has come up with its own determination of your political leanings, based on your activity on the site.   And now, it is... Continue reading
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19
Aug

13 Awesome Wolfram Alpha Tricks for the Average Person

Posted by on in Search Engines
Wolfram Alpha is a great search engine for data geeks, but it has plenty of computation tricks up its sleeve that are useful for the rest of us too. Here are some of the most useful.   Instantly Setup and Play... Continue reading
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05
Jul

Google is building casting features right into Chrome

Posted by on in Search Engines
Google Chrome is about to learn a new trick. The browser is set to be updated with a new feature that allows you to take advantage of Google Cast without the need for a separate browser extension.   Google Cast is... Continue reading
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27
Jun

This Company Banned Email 5 Years Ago and Never Looked Back

Posted by on in Internet Search
If you're a regular Inc.com reader, maybe you've heard of the company that banned email for a week. Or the founders of a $100 million business who gave up their personal email accounts entirely. But even though we all know email... Continue reading
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27
Jun

How the World's Most Controversial Internet Company Grew Up

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It's been nearly two decades since GoDaddy launched its affordable web-hosting services--along with its controversial, often sexist TV commercials. While founder Bob Parsons remains nostalgic for the early days, his Scottsdale, Arizona-based company has grown past its edgy adolescent years.... Continue reading
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23
Jun

Researchers create low-energy, 1,000-core processor

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If you were wowed by Intel's recently released 10-core desktop processor, you'll likely appreciate the efforts of a team of researchers at the University of California, who created what they claim to be the first 1,000-core processor.   Officially unveiled... Continue reading
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22
Jun

Google is just delighted with this extra-polite search query by a British grandmother

Posted by on in Search Engines
Good manners never fail—even on automated search engines. On June 9, an 86-year-old UK woman named May Ashworth typed a simple Google query:“Please translate these roman numerals mcmxcviii thank you.” The polite request quickly went viral, after Ashworth’s 25-year-old grandson Ben... Continue reading
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