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03
Apr

How Search Engines Will Become More Integrated In The Near Future

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How would search engine evolve in the next 10 years? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. Answer by Haifeng Wang, VP at Baidu, on Quora: When we talk about search engines... Continue reading
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03
Feb

5 Advantages to Yandex over Google in Russia

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Before Larry Page and Sergey Brin ever founded Google, Ilya Segalovich and Arkady Volozh had already created Yandex, currently Russia’s largest search engine. Google focused on calculating the PageRank of websites, and Yandex’s ranking algorithm took into account the distance between words and... Continue reading
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26
Dec

Top 3 Chinese Search Engines: What B2B Marketers Need to Know

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With 688 million Internet users and growing, China has become a compelling market for Western companies looking to expand globally. What makes it this market even more enticing is the number of Chinese Internet users is growing at a rate that far surpasses that... Continue reading
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23
Nov

New AI-Based Search Engines are a “Game Changer” for Science Research

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Products such as Semantic Scholar and Microsoft Academic could be a boon for scholars A free AI-based scholarly search engine that aims to outdo Google Scholar is expanding its corpus of papers to cover some 10 million research articles in computer... Continue reading
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21
Nov

Researchers Predict AI-based Search Engines Will Change the Face of Scientific Inquiry

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Scholars may be in a run for their money with new developments in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) search engines. Developments such as Semantic Scholar and Microsoft Academic may be on the way to make better papers than scholars. The... Continue reading
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04
Nov

Soon Internet search engines may help prevent suicides

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BERLIN: Internet search engines may help save lives in the future, thanks to scientists who are developing a way to effectively identify users who are at risk of suicide and provide them with information on where to find help, reports PTI. Search... Continue reading
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21
Oct

Torrentz Alternatives: Top 5 Best Torrent Search Engines, Torrentz2.eu, Torrentzeut.to, Torrents-pro and more

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Torrentz came to an abrupt end in August following the KickassTorrents shut down Just as many KAT alternatives have surfaced after end of KickassTorrents, several torrent search engines have arrived to replace Torrentz. Launched in 2013, Torrentz is one of the... Continue reading
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13
Oct

Internet Search Engines Block Info On Sex Determination Tests

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The government on Monday informed the Supreme Court that three major search engines -- Microsoft, Google and Yahoo -- have agreed to auto block ads promoting sex determination tests as prohibited under the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (Prohibition of Sex... Continue reading
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22
Sep

50 Awesome Search Engines Every Librarian Should Know About

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Students, teachers and the public turn to their librarians for help researching everything from technology to genealogy to homework help and lesson plans. Even if your library is equipped with subscriptions and memberships to top of the line databases and online... Continue reading
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19
Aug

13 Awesome Wolfram Alpha Tricks for the Average Person

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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

Search for Okay Google commands available in Google Search App

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Kristijan Ristovski put together a list of 150 commands you can use with Google voice search at ok-google.io.   Searchers and users are talking to their phones more than ever and sometimes you’d be surprised what your phone understands. That is... Continue reading
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05
Jul

Google is trying out its own internet speed test in search results

Posted by on in Search Engines
It seems everyone wants to have their own speed test nowadays. A month after Netflix launched fast.com, Google is trying out a way for people to check your internet speed by simply typing “check internet speed” into search.   Looks like... Continue reading
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17
Jun

Google Introduces Apps Search Engine: Springboard is Search for Business Users

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This week Google announced a new tool called Springboard, which is a search engine designed to search through all of Google’s suite of apps — including: Gmail, Docs, Drive, Calendar, and so on.   In addition to search, Springboard will also... Continue reading
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16
Jun

Europe: Google Abuses Its Position With Restrictions on Android Devices

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On Wednesday, the European Commission announced that Google may have breached EU antitrust rules by abusing its leading position in the mobile operating system market to impose unfair restrictions on Android device makers and operators.   “The Commission's preliminary view is... Continue reading
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16
May

Google's data center walls are being turned into beautiful art murals

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Data centers are boring places. Even Google's massive facilities — with all the colorful walls and pipes inside — can get a little stale and repetitive. So to liven up the vibe a little bit, the company has invited artists to... Continue reading
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