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Adspert Raises $1.3M For Its Bid Management Tool For Google AdWords

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Bidmanagement, the company behind Adspert, a web-based bid management tool for Google AdWords campaigns, has raised funding from the ProFIT finance programme, the early-stage investment arm of Investitionsbank Berlin. The amount is being disclosed only as a “seven-figure financing”, though TechCrunch has learned that it is just over €1 million...
Adspert Raises $1.3M For Its Bid Management Tool For Google AdWords
Twitter leaves Google in the dust, partners with Yandex for integrated search

Russian Search Giant Yandex Rolls Into Europe, U.S. With Digital Mapping Expansion; Richer Geo-Location Services In Pipeline

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Hot on the heels of launching its own internet browser and an Android app store to build out its business and keep Google at bay in its home territory, Russian search engine Yandex has quietly extended the reach of its digital mapping service — launching international maps for Europe and...
Russian Search Giant Yandex Rolls Into Europe, U.S. With Digital Mapping Expansion; Richer Geo-Location Services In Pipeline

Google shutting out rivals, claims Russian search engine Yandex

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Yandex co-founder says US tech giant is 'semi-open', criticising its Android smartphone platform and Chrome web browserThe co-founder of Russia's leading search engine, Yandex, has accused Google of abusing its dominance to shut out competitors in cyberspace.Responding to comments made to the Guardian by Sergey Brin, the Google co-founder, about...
Google shutting out rivals, claims Russian search engine Yandex

Is Yandex behind Facebook’s rumored Face.com deal?

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Facebook’s apparent interest in Israeli image recognition startup Face.com could rely on an unexpected partner — the Russian search engine Yandex, according to reports. Rumors that Mark Zuckerberg is interested in purchasing first emerged on Monday, with a report in Israel’s Calcalist that was then spun up with a potential...
Is Yandex behind Facebook’s rumored Face.com deal?

SOPA-style protests reject Russian bill to blacklist websites

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Russian-language sites are protesting a bill submitted to the lower house of Russian parliament this week. The bill would create a national registry of blacklisted sites that contained child pornography, extremist ideas, and suicide- or drug-related content. Many of the bill's opponents say Duma Bill 89417-6 (titled "On protection of children...
SOPA-style protests reject Russian bill to blacklist websites

SearchCap: The Day In Search, May 31, 2013

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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the Web. From Search Engine Land: Yandex Turns Up The Dial On Personalized Search The Russian search engine Yandex has announced changes to how it presents personalized search results, saying that... Please...
SearchCap: The Day In Search, May 31, 2013
Oracle buys private-cloud pioneer Nimbula

Yandex Starts To Drink From The Twitter “Firehose”

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Yandex is the next in line to gain access to the Twitter “firehose.” This morning the Russian search engine is announcing that it will begin integrating the Twitter feed into its search results. Twitter reported the deal to us late last week but declined to disclose its terms. As part......
Yandex Starts To Drink From The Twitter “Firehose”

Yandex Reports Revenues Up 43% To $235.2M Year-On-Year For Q3 2012, Boosting Its Expansion Plans

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Revenues at Yandex, the Russian search engine which dwarfs Google in that territory, have rise by 41% year-on-year in its Q3 2012 financial results. Last quarter Yandex reported a 50 percent increase in revenue, and an increase in profit of 76 percent compared with Q2 2011. Today the company reported...
Yandex Reports Revenues Up 43% To $235.2M Year-On-Year For Q3 2012, Boosting Its Expansion Plans

With Google out, Twitter inks search deal with Yandex

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Just months after Twitter and Google failed to reach an agreement for Realtime Search, the microblogging site has inked a deal with Russian search engine firm Yandex....
With Google out, Twitter inks search deal with Yandex
Taking its data and going home: Facebook action forces Yandex to shut down mobile app

Apple, Yandex Partner In Russia: Maps Deal Now, Full Search Later?

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It’s no secret that Apple is ditching Google Maps on iOS6. In Russia, that decision looms large for Russian search engine Yandex, which will provide the backend for the new Apple Maps app, according to Bloomberg. Software developers in Russia that have been using the developer version of iOS6... Please...
Apple, Yandex Partner In Russia: Maps Deal Now, Full Search Later?

Twitter signs first search deal in Russia with Yandex

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Users of the leading Russian search engine, Yandex, will now be able to search for tweets, as part of a new partnership, while Twitter continues to be unable sign a similar deal with Google....
Twitter signs first search deal in Russia with Yandex

Google search results are 5 times safer than Bing's

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Bing just got served a piece of its own Scroogle pie, after an independent study found that Microsoft's search engine delivers malware-infested websites in its results at nearly five times the rate of Google. Researchers at the AV-Test security institute in Germany spent 18 months investigating more than 40...
Google search results are 5 times safer than Bing's

Nginx: the web server tech you’ve never heard of that powers Netflix, Facebook, WordPress, and more

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The world’s third-most widely used server technology powers the top social site on the planet, a billion hours of streaming video a month, the busiest blog site on the globe, and top content delivery networks like Cloudflare, but no-one knows its name. VentureBeat recently talked to Nginx co-founder Andre Alexeev...
Nginx: the web server tech you’ve never heard of that powers Netflix, Facebook, WordPress, and more
Facebook shuts down data access for Yandex's social search app
Yandex strikes deal with Twitter for access to tweets

Facebook purchases Face.com and its facial recognition software

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Facebook has purchased Face.com, a startup that develops facial recognition technology for mobile devices. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the purchase could give Facebook a way to introduce new photo-sharing capabilities. Face.com announced the acquisition on its site this morning: We love building products, and like our friends...
Facebook purchases Face.com and its facial recognition software

Yandex Turns Up The Dial On Personalized Search

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The Russian search engine Yandex has announced changes to how it presents personalized search results, saying that personalization is now based on what’s happening within a single search session. When the company launched personalized results late last year, it was based primarily on looking... Please visit Search Engine Land for...
Yandex Turns Up The Dial On Personalized Search
Mozilla Firefox in Russia: Goodbye Yandex, Hello Google for default search option
Facebook: No data for anyone trying to 'replicate' our features

iPad-apalooza: Yandex Looks At iPad Search & 30 Percent Of North Americans Want iPad3

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On the even of the iPad3 (or “HD”) Russian search engine Yandex released data on iPad usage in Russia. The company found that “iPad users accounted for about 1 percent of all internet users in Russia.” The majority were from the greater Moscow area. While the iPad is neither... Please...
iPad-apalooza: Yandex Looks At iPad Search & 30 Percent Of North Americans Want iPad3

Yandex expands global search index from 4 billion to ‘tens of billions’ of pages

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Russian search engine company Yandex has significantly boosted its global search index from 4 billion pages indexed to ‘tens of billions’ of pages, according to a spokesperson. Yandex CEO Arkady Volozh announced the expansion of its search index, which has happened gradually since its launch in May 2010 and not...
Yandex expands global search index from 4 billion to ‘tens of billions’ of pages
Russian search engine Yandex may sell its share of Face.com to Facebook

Twitter signs first search deal in Russia

www.telegraph.co.uk
Users of the leading Russian search engine will now be able to search for tweets, as part of a new partnership, while Twitter continues to be unable sign a similar deal with Google....
Twitter signs first search deal in Russia

Where 16 Of The Strangest Company Names Came From

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Google. Yahoo. Yandex. Some of today's biggest companies are named the strangest things. Sometimes, it's not the company's fault. There's a running joke that vowels are too expensive in Silicon Valley and founders can't afford normal-sounding domain names. Others strive to come up with something a little different. "I wanted...
Where 16 Of The Strangest Company Names Came From
Yandex releases social search app, tries to dodge future bullets from Facebook
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