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Twitter has introduced some new filters that make it easier for users to find the people, photos and news they want from their overflowing feeds.
Twitter has built a real-time human computation engine to help identify trending search queries, send them to humans to be evaluated and incorporated into back-end systems for more targeted ad placement.
The University of Glasgow is helping to develop a new type of search engine that will use sensors located in the physical world -- such as cameras and microphone arrays -- to contribute to answers, along with data from social networks such as Twitter. The aim is to answer questions such as "How busy is the city centre?
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Search engines should filter out private information protected by a court injunction so that UK viewers cannot see it, a parliamentary committee has urged, adding that Twitter and Facebook should be pursued too
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Former Google executive Stafford Masie believes that traditional search is dying because users are choosing to query their friends and followers on services like Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
Microsoft already uses data from Facebook and Twitter in Bing. While the search giant is pushing Google+, however, the software giant says it is just getting started with Facebook and Twitter.
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Facebook, Twitter, and Myspace engineers built a bookmarklet over the weekend that tells Google "don't be evil" and to "focus on the user" with its new Search plus Your World (SPYW) feature.
Google's Search Plus Your World (SPYW) announcement has ruffled some feathers. Both Facebook and Twitter have reacted, but in very different ways. Here's what happened this week.
Twitter has accused Google of making information harder to find by fusing Google+ with its search results.In a statement following the announcement on Tuesday of the deep integration of Google+ and Google Search, Twitter said the change sidelines tweets by only giving extra prominence to Google+ content.
Microblogging platform slams Web titan for implementing "bad" changes to search engine, making it harder for people to find relevant information.
People can now download the newest version of Firefox one day early, getting access to new features like direct Twitter search and new tab options and animations
Twitter has bought up US-based social media search company Julpan to bolster its search engine, acquiring some of the brains behind Google's search engine with it.
Microsoft and Twitter have signed a deal via which real-time search results from Twitter will be displayed via Bing. The pair aren't disclosing further details or terms.
Bagcheck, a relatively unknown startup, has a new owner after only being live for a few months: Twitter.
Google Realtime Search has been temporarily shut down following the expiration of its agreement to include Twitter posts in search results.
The Realtime service has been temporarily disabled, and Google intends to replace its now-expired Twitter input with a feed from the Google+ social network
Yesterday it was revealed that Twitter was planning to unveil its own photo-sharing service. It's not quite what most people expected, but it's still something new nonetheless.
A particle physics experiment designed to search for antimatter has arrived at the international space station on the Endeavour space shuttle, according to Cern.The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) arrived on Wednesday, and will be deployed on Thursday 19 May at 7:56 am CEST, according to a Twitter post by Cern.
The last 12 months have seen a huge increase in the usage of digital media in Thailand, and Bangkok in particular.This year, we're beginning to see a response from companies, not just big brands like Central, Nike, Starbucks and the usual suspects, but the kind of business that could genuinely benefit from the use of Twitter, Facebook, search engine optimization, social ads and other Web 2.
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