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May

OK Google Now Voice Commands – Android – Video

Posted by on in Search Engines
Want to get the most out of your smartphone or tablet? Learn how to use Google Now Voice Commands! Google Now is an application that uses a natural language user interface and location based information to allow smartphones and tablets... Continue reading
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21
May

Google’s In-Depth Articles Return After 2 Week Absence

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Google’s In-Depth Articles Return After 2 Week AbsenceGoogle inexplicably removed the in-depth articles section from search results over two weeks ago. Now it appears the section has returned just as quietly as it was removed.   The in-depth articles section surfaces... Continue reading
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21
May

Google Delivered Over 4 Million Manual Action Penalties Last Year

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Google highlighted on its Webmaster Central blog today some achievements the company has made in fighting web spam in 2015. In addition, some interesting stats were revealed about hacked sites, and overall quality of web content.     In 2015 there... Continue reading
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21
May

Bing Brings Image-Based Search to Its iOS App

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Bing has rolled out an update to its iOS app that will now let iPhone iPad users search for information by either uploading or taking a photo with their mobile device.   Microsoft has discovered an interesting way to bring more... Continue reading
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21
May

New Look For Google Search With Card-Based Results

Posted by on in Search Engines
Many have been spotting Google testing a new layout for its desktop search results pages by displaying the individual results in the form of cards. The best way to explain it is that Google took it’s design for mobile search results... Continue reading
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21
May

Bing’s Share of the Search Market is Growing Faster than Google’s

Posted by on in Search Engines
According to the latest numbers, comScore reports that Bing’s share of the search market grew more than Google’s this past April. To be exact, Bing’s market share rose by 0.2% while Google’s dropped by 0.2%. Google’s total share of the US... Continue reading
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21
May

Google beta testing a real-time indexing API

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Can Google find content even faster than it does now? Google thinks so, and they are beta testing a real-time indexing API for that reason.     Google is testing a real-time indexing API. In a talk Thursday at Google I/O,... Continue reading
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20
May

Google Opens Its Cloud Vision API To All Developers

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After a short limited preview, Google today announced the public beta of its Cloud Vision API — a service that allows developers to easily build image recognition and classification features into their applications.   Cloud Vision API 2Google’s technology do basic... Continue reading
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20
May

Google Fiber’s latest innovation is a landline

Posted by on in Search Engines
Google Fiber may be the holy grail of Internet service for many, but many people still rely on landlines for everyday communication purposes or emergency use. In order to allow its subscribers to sever connections with the old local ISPs and... Continue reading
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20
May

Google Makes Final Pitch To Supreme Court Over Pay-Per-Click Class Action

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Tech companies headquartered in Silicon Valley could find it harder to fight class action lawsuits on their home turf than elsewhere in the country, unless the Supreme Court agrees to review a recent decision in a lawsuit against Google.   That's... Continue reading
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19
May

Report: Google is testing trending topics in auto-complete search results

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A new Google experiment was captured by Mashable's Samantha Murphy Kelly showing Google showing trending searches in their auto-complete     Mashable’s Samantha Murphy Kelly noticed one day when searching on her iPhone on Google that Google is showing trending searches,... Continue reading
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19
May

Google local results get additional search filters on mobile

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Google shows additional search filters for the local pack based on the searcher's location and history.   Now, when your search query has local intent, and it brings up the “3-pack” or “local pack” in the Google search results, Google may... Continue reading
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19
May

Google Toolbar PageRank officially goes dark

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Google told us they would be removing PageRank scores from the Google Toolbars last month. Well, now, Google has finally and fully cut the data from the Toolbar and any tool that tries to fetch that score.   There are dozens... Continue reading
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19
May

Google Maps now with keyboard-based navigation controls

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Pan, zoom and find businesses on Google Maps without touching your mouse.   Google Maps has added keyboard based navigation controls to the desktop version of Google Maps. So now you can use your keyboard to pan and zoom within Google... Continue reading
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18
May

A Whole Day’s Search Resolved in Minutes

Posted by on in Deep Web
Customer stories are the lifelines of Deep Web Technologies. We revel in hearing how an unassuming researcher shortened their workday and redirected their energy toward other tasks. Or how a Nursing Instructor had allotted an hour for an article search and... Continue reading
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