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Microsoft is rebranding its search marketplace as the 'Yahoo Bing Network' and its online advertising offering as Microsoft AdCenter as 'Bing Ads.'
More people in Southeast Asia turning to mobile for property-related online searches, which is why it is vital for real estate agencies to develop a mobile strategy to address this trend, market players urge.
Incorporating social technologies help improve data discoverability and collaboration within enterprises, says one analyst, but another says effectiveness in converting search to sales still unclear.
It's a busy time for enterprise social network provider Yammer, which is delving deeper into search and CRM solutions.
Google has revealed further details of its augmented reality glasses, which pull in information about the wearer's world and sync with Google services.The Project Glass technology will be designed to let wearers see calendar, maps, search and most features of the Google+ social network while carrying out day-to-day activities, Google has confirmed.
What does a retail giant, an insurance company, a gambling powerhouse, an audit firm and a charity have in common? They're all on Yammer, a private social-networking tool for enterprise that can connect via APIs to company systems.
Although Facebook accounts for one in every six page views in Australia and decimates its social-media rivals in terms of total visits, Australians appear to be getting bored of it, spending less time on the site over the past year and paving the way for sites like Tumblr and Google+ to fill in the gaps, according to research from Experian Hitwise.
Chinese search giant says mobile channel increasingly important, with plans to monetize mobile search traffic and expand its Baidu Yi mobile OS to more devices.
The weather data and monitoring company will team with Radiometrics to get a better handle on temperature, humidity and liquid conditions in the earth's atmospheric layer.
Google has started showing links to "People and Pages on Google+" with search results, favouring results from its own social network while ignoring more relevant links from rival social networks. This is not only bad for users, it could be even worse for Google.
Lack of specific use case and low user education efforts mean personal voice assistants unlikely to gain widespread use anytime soon, observers say.
The flap over Google playing up Google+ in its search results continues. Now, Harvard professor and security expert Ben Edelman has weighed in on the debate. His argument: by embedding Google+ into search, Google is essentially prodding people to join its social network out of SEO fear.
The company has turned on a drastic redesign of the Google search service, skewing results in favour of Google+ content
Content aggregators not new, but increasing mobile device ownership, especially tablets, spurring demand for apps with similar functionality, which analysts say won't be short-lived.
Google's main product is search and its main competitor is Microsoft, though Facebook has started to nibble at the company's other ventures.Google's chief executive Eric Schmidt admitted in an interview carried out weeks ago but published on the C-SPAN website on Monday that Google faces competition from the Facebook social network and from specific technologies for mobile devices.
The global search for the National Broadband Network Company's new chief operating officer has come to a close, with a suitable candidate found and installed into the outfit to spearhead the construction and roll-out of the country's new fibre backbone.
Google has finally let businesses set up brand-based pages on the Google+ social network, with search integration a likely weapon against rival Facebook
Engineer Steve Yegge blasts search giant's inability to comprehend how to build out a platform that attracts developers, citing Google+ as example and labeling the social network a "knee-jerk reaction".
On Thursday, the search giant announced the availability of a new service Safe Browsing Alerts for Network Administrators.
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