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Adzuna Rolls Out Its Jobs Search Engine In Brazil, South Africa, Australia And Canada

techcrunch.com
Following expansion into Germany last month, Adzuna, the UK startup that operates what it calls a next generation jobs search engine, is taking its wares even further afield today. The London-based company has rolled out dedicated sites for Brazil, South Africa, Australia and Canada. That’s an interesting mix of countries...
Adzuna Rolls Out Its Jobs Search Engine In Brazil, South Africa, Australia And Canada

Adzuna turns one-year-old, and opens its data for UK jobseekers to see salary trends by industry

thenextweb.com
Classified ads search engine Adzuna launched for the UK market a year ago this week. Just to recap, the website aggregates job, property and car ads from hundreds of sources, letting users search and filter them on a single interface. We last caught up with Adzuna back in February, when it...
Adzuna turns one-year-old, and opens its data for UK jobseekers to see salary trends by industry

Adzuna launches ‘Friend Map’, letting you ask your Facebook friends where you should live

thenextweb.com
Classifieds ads search engine Adzuna is extending its reach into the property sphere as of today, pulling in half a million live properties for sale and rent from across the UK. Its new Friend Map feature is particularly interesting, and is one that company co-founder Andrew Hunter believes will “fundamentally...
Adzuna launches ‘Friend Map’, letting you ask your Facebook friends where you should live

Epix, ABC Family Launch on iOS; So What About Their Hulu, Netflix Deals?

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Say this about TV Everywhere—it’s not making the complicated world of TV video streaming any easier to figure out. On Tuesday, cable networks Epix and ABC (NYSE: DIS) Family each announced iOS apps that let iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch users watch fresh episodes of their shows. For both...
Epix, ABC Family Launch on iOS; So What About Their Hulu, Netflix Deals?
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