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Image Search Changes Might Be Hurting Some Sites?

January 30, 2013 0 Comments
Image Search Changes Might Be Hurting Some Sites?

Google announced a new design for its Image Search last week. It is going to rolling out may be you will have it from now. Google created a major point of talking about how good it was going to be for webmasters. Even an announcement has been made on the Google Webmaster Central blog. In […]

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Google SafeSearch Making its Way to Other Countries

January 29, 2013 0 Comments
Google SafeSearch Making its Way to Other Countries

In December it was news that Google had made a modification to its SafeSearch feature in the U.S. that done it impossible for users to totally disable SafeSearch when searching for Images on the site. Google SafeSearch is making its way to other countries now. Disabling SafeSearch altogether in Image search has stopped by Google […]

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Meet “Tweet Ping” – Visualize Tweets in Real Time

January 28, 2013 0 Comments
Meet “Tweet Ping” – Visualize Tweets in Real Time

Tweet Ping is a attractive visualization of all the tweets in the world, as they post in real time. You can also see some cool tracking features at the bottom. For example- a live tweet counter for every continent and well as hashtag trackers. Compute the number of tweets rolling in per minute and extrapolate […]

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French Court- Twitter Must Give Up Anti-Semitic Users

January 25, 2013 0 Comments
French Court- Twitter Must Give Up Anti-Semitic Users

Thanks to a ruling made today by a French court, Twitter is once again time going to be forced to take a decision on how far they will go to defend the privacy rights of its users. Twitter must turn over the identities of users behind a specific set of tweets; the court ruled that […]

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Documentary Explores Google, Facebook Privacy

January 24, 2013 0 Comments
Documentary Explores Google, Facebook Privacy

Regularly when major Internet companies announce new offerings or make product changes people wonder what that represents for their privacy. Like “with Facebook’s new Graph Search” One example in which people are currently seeing this is. With regards to privacy issues in the past Google and Facebook in particular have had to answer to the […]

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“What Pages Best Represent You And Your Friends” By Bing

January 23, 2013 0 Comments
“What Pages Best Represent You And Your Friends” By Bing

“Bing Tags” recently launched By Bing, Assuring to help you “get noticed,” and “show up better on Bing” With this feature Bing users can tag themselves and their friends in pages approximately the web, and see what pages their Facebook friends have been tagged in. Bing is trying to make tags more visible by allowing […]

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Twitter Down For Many Users?

January 22, 2013 0 Comments
Twitter Down For Many Users?

Nowadays It appear that Twitter is down for many users. Moat of people are unable to access twitter.com from their office from desktop or mobile. The Mobile app of Twitter (iOS) seems to be working sporadically. See updates: For some users Service appears to be coming back. other than you can see where Twitter users […]

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Facebook Updated for Android App

January 21, 2013 0 Comments
Facebook Updated for Android App

For Android app Facebook has updated with a few new features – voice messaging, faster photo viewing and improved sharing. Faster photos is the First up, This applies when from the apps photos gets open they should basically appear more speedily. The next is now users have the facility to share friends’ stories to Timelines, […]

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Bing Adds Facebook Content to Your Searches

January 18, 2013 0 Comments
Bing Adds Facebook Content to Your Searches

Some additions has been launched by Bing today, inserting more content from Facebook to the already social-heavy Bing experience launched last year. Starting today average of five times more Facebook content from their friends in the sidebar will be seen by the each person. This contains shared links, comments from your friends and addition of […]

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30% Of Staff Laid Off By StumbleUpon

January 17, 2013 0 Comments
30% Of Staff Laid Off By StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon put down 30% of its staff, as TechCrunch Reported earlier. The company has lessened to 75 employees down from 110 employees. The company’s income has grown by 300% over the last three years. It has pushed out some major new products In recent months, like a big service of its website, and new apps […]

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