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Feb

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

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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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28
Mar

Cut your Research Time in Half by Finding the Right Search Engines

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Author: Naveed Manzoor [Toronto, Ontario]  The internet is humongous. Finding what you need means that you should select from amongst millions and sometimes trillions of search results. However, no one can claim for sure that you have found the right information.... Continue reading
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22
Jun

Google app's new feature is a win for hypochondriacs

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Googling your symptoms may not be such a bad idea after all.   The search giant is updating its apps to make it easier to find information about health conditions when you search for specific symptoms.   With the update, which... Continue reading
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22
Jun

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

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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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18
Jun

Google Starts Asking People to Verify Edits to Google Maps

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Over the past few weeks users have been noticing a slight change to Google Maps. When checking in to a place on Google Maps, people are occasionally being asked to verify suggested edits others have made to that location.   When... Continue reading
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17
Jun

Google says keywords in the TLD part of your URL are ignored for ranking purposes

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After a controversial sponsored post on Search Engine Land, Google has said that they ignore the keywords in the TLD portion of your domain names.   Google’s John Mueller confirmed yesterday in a Google Hangout that keyword-rich TLDs, such as the... Continue reading
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16
Jun

This company claims Google stole the balloon Wi-Fi tech behind Project Loon

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When Google first announced its plan for a balloon-based Wi-Fi system called Project Loon, it was unlike anything most of the world had ever heard. But now, a company called Space Data Corporation is claiming it developed that technology more than... Continue reading
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14
Jun

Google has created offline voice recognition that is 7x faster than an online system

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Google has created an offline speech recognition system that is faster and more accurate than a comparable system connected to the Internet. While research papers are usually very theoretical, this new system is already running and has been tested on a... Continue reading
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14
Jun

Google launches new certification program for software development agencies

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Google today announced a new certification program for development agencies.   The idea behind the program is to recognize agencies that “have undergone the required training and have demonstrated excellence in building Android applications,” a Google spokesperson tells us.   In... Continue reading
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14
Jun

Google records everything you say, here's how you can delete it

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Your phone is most likely listening to every word you are saying, and you can hear it for yourself.   Google discreetly records most of the conversations that users have had around its products for years.   The feature exists on... Continue reading
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13
Jun

Google co-founder Larry Page is secretly building flying cars

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Google co-founder Larry Page has been personally funding a pair of startups devoted creating flying cars, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. Page has reportedly funded one startup, named Zee.Aero, with more than $100 million since its creation in 2010, and putting money... Continue reading
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13
Jun

Google Is Testing Quick Contact Shortcuts In The Main Search Interface

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You may have noticed that if you search for someone you know in the main Google Search app on Android, their name will automatically appear if they're already in your Google Contacts. Those search results might get a bit more useful... Continue reading
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13
Jun

Google may use gigabit Wi-Fi to bring Fiber to the masses

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Google’s cheap, high-speed Fiber network is the internet we all need, but very few actually get. A lot of that has to do with the cost of running fiber-optic under streets and to houses, which involves a lot of messy manual... Continue reading
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11
Jun

New Google Test: Third Party Reviews in Search Results

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Google has been spotted conducting another one of its tests in the search results; and this one involves third-party review sites   Traditionally Google has always shown its own reviews when searching for a location, which either come from Google Maps... Continue reading
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11
Jun

Yandex updates their version of PageRank named Thematic Index of Citation (TIC)

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Yandex announced in Russian that they have updated their calculations and metrics they use for their thematic index of citations (TIC). The blog post is in Russian, but using Google Translate, Yandex wrote there were some “serious changes” made to that... Continue reading
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