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Why Google Made BitTorrent a Success

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BitTorrent has emerged as the dominant filesharing protocol in recent years. Hundreds of millions of computers have a BitTorrent client installed and torrent sites are among the most frequently visited websites on the Internet. BitTorrent’s leading role can be partly attributed to its technical superiority, but there are other, perhaps...
Why Google Made BitTorrent a Success

How Google’s Algorithm Indexes Tweets #thegoog http://post.ly/PHZS

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How Google’s Algorithm Indexes Tweets #thegoog http://post.ly/PHZS

Automatically save Gmail attachments to Dropbox or another cloud service

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Reader Meg wants to know how she can save her Gmail folders to her Dropbox account. She already tried something called SaveMyInbox, a Web service built expressly for the purpose of saving Gmail attachments to Dropbox, but balked at the $15 annual subscription fee. I'm with you, Meg: I'm...
Automatically save Gmail attachments to Dropbox or another cloud service

Search Engine Designed By Denmark Researchers Helps Medics Diagnose Rare Diseases

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Technical University of Denmark researchers have designed a search engine that indexes specific sets of databases to help identify rare diseases. Users can query patient symptoms on FindZebra.com which crawls over 31,000 medical articles focused on rare and genetic diseases to deliver medically... Please visit Search Engine Land for the...
Search Engine Designed By Denmark Researchers Helps Medics Diagnose Rare Diseases

Evri Acquires Radar Networks In Semantic Search Consolidation

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After shopping itself around to all the major search engines, Radar Networks finally found a buyer in another semantic search startup. Today, Evri is announcing that it will be acquiring Radar Networks, along with its core technical team and its main product, Twine. Rumors surfaced yesterday on ReadWriteWeb that...
Evri Acquires Radar Networks In Semantic Search Consolidation

Amazon Builds Search Into The Clouds

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Photo: karindalziel/Flickr Amazon has added search to its cloud. Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing division of the online retail giant, introduced Amazon CloudSearch today, which lets companies add search functionality to applications hosted in AWS’s cloud environments. AWS is a kind of virtual data center for companies that don’t...
Amazon Builds Search Into The Clouds

Another Terrible Idea From Russia: Using Whitelists To Control Access To The Internet

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Techdirt has been reporting on a steady stream of bad tech ideas coming out of Russia, including content monitoring, banning children from using WiFi, anti-piracy laws requiring takedowns in 24 hours and -- of course -- site blocking. But such blacklists are too permissive for some Russians: over on Google+,...
Another Terrible Idea From Russia: Using Whitelists To Control Access To The Internet

Wajam’s Updated Social Search Takes On Google’s “Search, Plus Your World”

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Ever since it launched earlier this year, Google’s “Search Plus Your World” initiative has been criticized for favoring results from its own social network over those from larger and more popular services like Facebook and Twitter. Even though Google’s focus on Google+ is keeping the market open for competition, social...
Wajam’s Updated Social Search Takes On Google’s “Search, Plus Your World”
Hacked AP Twitter feed reporting fake White House attack rocks markets

I Know What You Downloaded On BitTorrent This Summer

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Unless BitTorrent users are taking steps to hide their identities through the use of a VPN, proxy, or seedbox, their sharing activities are available for almost anyone to snoop on. By their very nature BitTorrent networks are very happy to spill the locations of any user in the swarm. After...
I Know What You Downloaded On BitTorrent This Summer

Dividend Achievers Indexes | 2010 Dividend Achievers

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Dividend Achievers Indexes | 2010 Dividend Achievers

Shopping Engine Decide.com Rolls Out Premium Pricing: "When To Buy" Recommendations Now $5 Per Month

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Decide.com, the shopping search engine that tells consumers both what and when to buy, is introducing its premium level of service today. Starting now, Decide.com will begin to charge for its “when to buy” recommendations – the recommendations which serve as Decide.com’s distinguishing feature versus the other shopping search services...
Shopping Engine Decide.com Rolls Out Premium Pricing: "When To Buy" Recommendations Now $5 Per Month
Samsung Galaxy S III manual posted online, two weeks ahead of release

iOS App Downloads & Marketing Costs Hit Record High In December

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Mobile app marketing company Fiksu just released new data revealing the impact the holiday season had on iOS app downloads and user acquisition costs. According to the company’s App Store Competitive Index, a measurement of the average aggregate download volume of the top 200 free U.S. applications, December saw 6.04 million daily...
iOS App Downloads & Marketing Costs Hit Record High In December

Facebook recovers nearly all losses brought on by false Instagram story

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Following the brouhaha concerning a supposedly massive decline in Instagram usership, Facebook’s stock recovered today, closing a mere half point down, having reached breakeven for the day shortly before. As QZ noted earlier, the story declaring that Instagram had lost perhaps a quarter of its active users cost Facebook 2.9%...
Facebook recovers nearly all losses brought on by false Instagram story

Loverly Is Building A Smarter Pinterest For Brides

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"I'm always cutting it close!" a breathless Kellee Khalil said Friday morning during our scheduled press call. "My flight is boarding right now." Most people would be overwhelmed, talking to a journalist about their startup while struggling with a fidgety ticket machine and asking an airport attendee how to not...
Loverly Is Building A Smarter Pinterest For Brides
Web search + app search, together at last: Ask.com integrates Quixey app search results

Demonoid Starts Redirecting to Ads and Malware

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Demonoid is one of the world’s largest and longest standing sites that not only indexes torrents, but also operates its own tracker. Although the site has a reasonable uptime record, there have been a few occasions where it has not only gone down, but has disappeared completely. We are currently...
Demonoid Starts Redirecting to Ads and Malware

The Real Time Google Index: Will It Be a Game Changer? (Open Thread)

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Google is developing a system to ingest real-time content updates from any page on the web automatically, using the open PubSubHubbub Atom protocol, we reported on Wednesday. Google already indexes a whole lot of content very quickly, will a real-time indexing system make a big difference? There are differences of...
The Real Time Google Index: Will It Be a Game Changer? (Open Thread)

When To Use Indexes In MySQL | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

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When To Use Indexes In MySQL | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

The Mashable Twitter List Directory Launches!

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Twitter lists are a great way to find new groups of people to follow on Twitter, and share your favorite follows with friends. To help you find and follow interesting lists, we’ve created the Mashable Twitter List Directory.The idea is pretty simple: With help from our partners TLISTS, we’ve...
The Mashable Twitter List Directory Launches!

XBMC media manager coming to Ouya

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When the Android-based Ouya was announced last month, founder Julie Uhrman said she wanted the system to be more than just a game console, and it now has support for apps like Twitch.TV and Vevo music streaming. The non-gaming options on the console seem set to increase, as the team...
XBMC media manager coming to Ouya

Fiksu: Holidays still impacting mobile advertising, iOS downloads increased by 13% in January

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User acquisition and marketing company Fisku today reported a cost per loyal user decrease of 7 percent from $1.67 in its December 2012 Index to $1.56 in its January 2013 Index. The Boston-based company defines a loyal user as a person who will open an app at least three...
Fiksu: Holidays still impacting mobile advertising, iOS downloads increased by 13% in January

Skylines indexes its 1.5 billionth photo from 75 million users, releases real-time photo widget

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Skylines, a real-time photo search engine, has just indexed its 1.5 billionth photo from 75 million users of its product. To celebrate, the company has shared some additional statistics and released a new optimized real-time photo widget that you can place on your website. Since May 2011, this startup has...
Skylines indexes its 1.5 billionth photo from 75 million users, releases real-time photo widget

Tech Analytics Startup Synapsify Nabs $600K Seed Round Led By ICG Ventures

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Tech analytics startup Synapsify announced a whopping $600,000 in seed money today from a cluster of investors that includes ICG Ventures, Fortify Ventures, and Middleland Capital. It’s just another part of the ongoing narrative that’s seen the value of data analysis rise over the past several months. After all, last...
Tech Analytics Startup Synapsify Nabs $600K Seed Round Led By ICG Ventures

Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks hang on to gains despite mixed reports

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Buffeted by concerns about the economy and IT spending, tech stocks have gone on a roller coaster ride lately, but on the whole they've managed to hang on to gains they made earlier in the quarter. The Nasdaq Computer Index, which tracks more than 390 tech-related stocks on the...
Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks hang on to gains despite mixed reports

YC-Backed Semantics3 Is A Massive Consumer Products Database To Rule Them All

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As more merchants flock to the web to sell their products online, there has been a deluge of data to be indexed by retailers who are looking to see where certain products are being sold and for how much. Parsing and extracting the value from all of this data is...
YC-Backed Semantics3 Is A Massive Consumer Products Database To Rule Them All

Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks up despite dire PC, server outlook

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Despite dismal forecasts for PCs and servers, tech stocks have been doing well on optimism about cloud technology and mobile devices.A fresh batch of dire forecasts for the hardware market came out this week, yet tech stocks have continued to lead markets to new heights this month.The Nasdaq Computer...
Wall Street Beat: Tech stocks up despite dire PC, server outlook
Amazon to challenge Google with AWS CloudSearch

Dotcom's Mega Removes Legal Files Citing Bogus DMCA Requests

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With the newly launched Mega, Kim Dotcom and his associates are doing all they can to be “good corporate citizens.” However, there are signs that under the current setup users rights are being trumped to accommodate copyright holders. TorrentFreak has received reports from people whose perfectly legal files were locked...
Dotcom's Mega Removes Legal Files Citing Bogus DMCA Requests
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