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Google rolls out improved Gmail search, reads your emails for better results

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Oh those Googlers, always tirelessly tweaking code behind-the-scenes to make our lives that much more easily indexed. So it should come as no surprise that Mountain View's begun rolling out a streamlined Gmail search feature to English-language users today, replete with "tailored" autocomplete suggestions. Now, instead of simply returning...
Google rolls out improved Gmail search, reads your emails for better results

Google to trial including Gmail results in general search

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Opt-in trial allows Gmail users to see data from their emails in search resultsGoogle users will be able to look for information from their personal email accounts on its search engine in a new feature being trialled by the internet giant.The opt-in trial lets Gmail users see information from their...
Google to trial including Gmail results in general search

Google unleases sparkly new search tool so you never have to leave Google

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Search process tries to pinpoint context surrounding search term and will carry more graphical elements and pop-upsGoogle is revamping the way it handles searches in the United States to give users quick access to answers without leaving the page, the company said. The new search process is based on what...
Google unleases sparkly new search tool so you never have to leave Google

Facebook tests new design for mobile app install ads

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Facebook appears to be testing a new design for its ad unit that developers use to promote their iOS and Android apps within Facebook’s mobile News Feed, according to a screenshot by ESPN’s SVP of Product Development Ryan Spoon. The latest iteration of the ad unit is larger and includes the...
Facebook tests new design for mobile app install ads

Swype debuts Living Language to help create real-time, crowd-sourced dictionary

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The Swype keyboard for Android devices already has a pretty robust dictionary, but now it is improving even more by using crowdsourcing to analyze new words and phrases. Beginning today, the latest version of Swype now comes with Swype Living Language. Users who opt-in can share and receive trending words...
Swype debuts Living Language to help create real-time, crowd-sourced dictionary
Google Knowledge Graph launching worldwide tomorrow, for English users

Apple issuing invitations for MobileMe Mail beta

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Filed under: MobileMe An eagle-eyed reader spotted something new on his MobileMe account after the completed maintenance this evening -- an invitation to join a "mail beta" for MobileMe. What is this? We originally thought it could possibly be linked into the rumors that MobileMe may soon be free, but...
Apple issuing invitations for MobileMe Mail beta

Timehop now lets users import their tweet archive to work around Twitter's 3,200 tweet API limit

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It seems that users aren’t going to be the only ones who will benefit from Twitter’s archive downloads, as one service, Timehop, is already taking advantage of the new feature. Timehop has released a tool which lets users import their archives — a direct workaround of Twitter’s own API limits,...
Timehop now lets users import their tweet archive to work around Twitter's 3,200 tweet API limit
What's new in iOS 6 beta 3
Twitter officially rolling out option to download archived tweets to everyone

UCWeb, Browser To China and India's Millions, Seeks a Foot in Western Markets

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Not a household name quite yet in Western markets, China’s UCWeb — a mobile browser that has attracted a whopping 200 million monthly active users mostly in Asia — is looking to become one on this side of the Pacific. And it may be eyeing an IPO in a year...
UCWeb, Browser To China and India's Millions, Seeks a Foot in Western Markets

Google Goes Back to What It Does Well: Finding Things

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Surprise! Google has completely transformed the way search works again. But this time, it's a kind of search that would have made the old Google proud. Today, starting with U.S., English-language users, Google unveils the Knowledge Graph. Search now looks at the words of your query and identifies the things in it. You're not...
Google Goes Back to What It Does Well: Finding Things
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?