SearchCap: The Day In Search, June 7, 2013

SearchCap: The Day In Search, June 7, 2013

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New Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the Web. From Search Engine Land: AdWords Image Extensions: Early Reactions & In-The-Wild Examples The PPC world is abuzz over the news that Google opened its beta for image extensions, which... Please...
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New As a condition to SoftBank’s $20.1 billion investment in Sprint, regulators have required the companies to appoint a security director to keep an eye on the new foreign-owned carrier. Well, Sprint ain’t fooling around when it comes to credentials. Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and retired Admiral...
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Console dev BlueStacks promises ability to run iOS apps via emulation

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New BlueStacks, the developer of the GamePop game console, says its hardware will be able to run iOS apps without using Apple code. The console reportedly uses a virtualization scheme known as "LookingGlass," allowing iOS games to run with few if any changes. BlueStacks CEO Rosen Sharma says he's not sure...
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