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‘Can I help you?’: How LivePerson decides who’s worth the personal touch

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Even if you haven’t heard of LivePerson, chances are you’ve encountered one of its products while browsing online. It’s the company behind many of the pop-up windows offering real-time chat with a representative, as well as other forms of online customer engagement. It’s also a treasure trove of consumer data...
‘Can I help you?’: How LivePerson decides who’s worth the personal touch

TripAdvisor Ditches Popups, Now Displays Kayak-Style Price Comparisons On Its 100M Hotel Reviews

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Since it was founded way back in 2000, TripAdvisor has established itself as one of the web’s top go-to places for travel reviews — but its booking capabilities for hotels have notably lagged behind. The site has historically adhered to showing hotel prices in a series of early aughts-style pop-up...
TripAdvisor Ditches Popups, Now Displays Kayak-Style Price Comparisons On Its 100M Hotel Reviews

End is in sight for free Microsoft Office 2013 Preview

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The party will soon be over for anyone enjoying the free Office 365/Office 2013 Preview, and Microsoft is getting serious about convincing people to buy or subscribe to the new productivity suite before the trial ends. For the past few weeks, Microsoft has notified preview users about the close...
End is in sight for free Microsoft Office 2013 Preview

Tweetdeck updated with search editing, Twitter Cards support, easier list access and keyboard shortcuts

thenextweb.com
Tweetdeck for web, Chrome and PC has been updated with several nice new features. The primary among those is something that has been lacking for some time: keyboard shortcuts. In addition, you can now edit saved search columns and directly access anyones lists from the search box. The keyboard shortcuts...
Tweetdeck updated with search editing, Twitter Cards support, easier list access and keyboard shortcuts

Mozilla Releases Beta 2 Of Its Persona Authentication System

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Internet applications maker Mozilla is today announcing the ‘beta 2′ version of Persona, its Web-based authentication alternative to OpenID and other distributed login systems. New features include ‘Identity Bridging’, which essentially means that users can now log into Persona-supporting websites with their existing Web and email accounts. Mozilla hopes this...
Mozilla Releases Beta 2 Of Its Persona Authentication System

TweetDeck for Mac gets updated with Twitter Cards support, keyboard shortcuts and search editing

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Following updates to its PC and Chrome app, Twitter has released version 2.1 of its TweetDeck app for the Mac, featuring Photo and Player Card support, keyboard shortcuts, search editing and more. Adding new support for Photo and Player Cards is most essential, as this move helps to solidify Twitter’s plan to utilize...
TweetDeck for Mac gets updated with Twitter Cards support, keyboard shortcuts and search editing

LinkedIn: Now With Intent Signals for Recruiters, Courtesy of HireSignals

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No sooner does a professional worker get laid off or start think about looking for a new job than can they be expected to utter the phrase, “Time to update my LinkedIn profile.” The professional social network has become the official playing field of job seekers and recruiters alike. Unfortunately,...
LinkedIn: Now With Intent Signals for Recruiters, Courtesy of HireSignals

Review: MobiTexter lets Android phone owners text from their PCs

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If you have a friend who communicates only by text--but your fingers fumble at phone keyboards--MobiTexter could be the answer. This service works with an app on your Android phone to let you text from the comfort of your computer browser. Once you install the app on your Android...
Review: MobiTexter lets Android phone owners text from their PCs

Adrian Holovaty Debuts Soundslice, An App To Take The Pain Out Of Learning And Transcribing Music

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If you’ve ever tried to look up guitar tablature on the Internet, you know how impossible it can be to find good stuff. Many of the sites with guitar tabs are filled with spam or just plain hard to read. Things are a bit better on YouTube, where people can...
Adrian Holovaty Debuts Soundslice, An App To Take The Pain Out Of Learning And Transcribing Music

Protect Your Facebook Feed From Hackers With A University of California-Designed App

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Have you ever clicked on suspiciously salacious videos or links from your Facebook friends, only to find out that it leads you to a website full of naughty images and pop-up windows? Chances are, your friend wasn’t posting porn intentionally; their account was hacked and posting links to websites...
Protect Your Facebook Feed From Hackers With A University of California-Designed App
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