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Facebook to introduce clickable hashtags

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Users will now be able to click on hashtagged words as a search term and view a feed of discussions relating to that topicFacebook has announced plans to introduce clickable hashtags for users.The tool is already widely used on other media, such as microblogging site Twitter, so users can find...
Facebook to introduce clickable hashtags

SPIDERSS For Android: Browser, RSS Reader And Social Network Update Aggregator In One

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Tokyo-based jig.jp has been developing mobile browsers since 2003, claiming its “jig browser (which was downloaded over 4 million times so far) is the world’s first Java-based browser that made it possible to view PC sites on cell phones. And now the company has released an ambitious Android app called...
SPIDERSS For Android: Browser, RSS Reader And Social Network Update Aggregator In One

Vidpresso Aims To Disrupt Broadcasters, Signs Up Broadcasters As Customers

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I first met Randall Bennett a couple of years ago when I was struggling to figure out how to set up TechCrunch TV. Having previously hosted shows for CNET and Engadget, Bennett was working for a livestreaming service in a hybrid tech, talent, producer role. His real dream though, he...
Vidpresso Aims To Disrupt Broadcasters, Signs Up Broadcasters As Customers
Photo Timeline uses deprecated Google API to give you a visual look into the web's past

Ten years in, task/launcher app Quicksilver finally reaches version 1.0

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Quicksilver, the donation-ware utility app that aims to speed up a wide range of the things you do on your Mac, has finally made it out of beta – some ten years after it was first made available. The app is compatible with OS X 10.6 onwards. Quicksilver is best...
Ten years in, task/launcher app Quicksilver finally reaches version 1.0

Is Real-Time Search Still Waiting for Mainstream Adoption?

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Real-time search is very different from regular search. After studying about 1 million queries on real-time search engine Collecta, researchers at Pennsylvania State University came to the conclusion that - relative to regular search - users of real-time search engines tend to search less for adult topics and focus more...
Is Real-Time Search Still Waiting for Mainstream Adoption?

Quicktake Analysis: What Twitter’s “Promoted Tweets” Means To The Ecosystem

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The Altimeter group was pre-briefed by COO Dick Costolo of Twitter direct last week about this upcoming launch, we’ve had some time to think over what it means to the industry as well as to brand marketers. Summary: Twitter has launched promoted tweets Brands can now advertise promoted tweets on...
Quicktake Analysis: What Twitter’s “Promoted Tweets” Means To The Ecosystem

Google adds more 'semantic' smarts to its search engine

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An upgrade to Google's search results aims to provide key facts, figures, and other information related to your search term. [Read more]...
Google adds more 'semantic' smarts to its search engine

Can the Web Depend on Facebook? Ongoing API Outage Concerns Developers

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The Facebook OpenGraph Search API is experiencing an outage that began last night somewhere between 7 PM EST and 8 PM EST, as best we can tell. After receiving a tip from a Facebook developer who noticed that his social search engine built on top of the Facebook platform stopped...
Can the Web Depend on Facebook? Ongoing API Outage Concerns Developers

Sentiment Is Split On The iPad: People Either Love It, Or Hate Others For Not Shutting Up About It

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Now that the iPad is here, and everyone who waited in line has one in their hands, the opinions are coming in from actual consumers and everyone else. All of this iPad mania is splitting people into two even camps: either you are one of the few who is...
Sentiment Is Split On The iPad: People Either Love It, Or Hate Others For Not Shutting Up About It

Google Adds Semantic Search Results with Google Squared

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The holy grail in web search technology is to be able to ask a simple question, in natural language, and get a simple answer. With Google's announcement today of Google Squared coming to its search results, the search engine has moved one step closer to that grail. According to the...
Google Adds Semantic Search Results with Google Squared

Share your favorite things with Stuffay

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Stuffay is a new iOS app by Dawei Zhao. It’s available now as a free download from the App Store. Stuffay is a mobile-social network designed to let enthusiastic consumers connect with one another, share their favorite things and look for the best deals. Beginning by creating a proprietary account...
Share your favorite things with Stuffay
Walmart builds its own shopping search engine
Flit launches a speedy social shopping experience

HootSuite adds Reddit, StumbleUpon and more to its ever-growing App Directory

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Social media management dashboard HootSuite has announced a slew of new additions to its App Directory, with Reddit, StumbleUpon, Scoop.it, Nexalogy, and Cmp.ly jumping on board. Launched in 2008, HootSuite lets users manage multiple social networks through a single dashboard, and the Vancouver-based company has grown into a global social...
HootSuite adds Reddit, StumbleUpon and more to its ever-growing App Directory

BitFetch Debuts BitCoin-Powered Anonymous BitTorrent Downloads

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There are all kinds of entities looking to clamp down on people using BitTorrent these days. In addition to entertainment companies and copyright trolls, some ISPs promising “unlimited” packages still feel the need to throttle, interrupt or otherwise hinder the world’s favorite file-sharing protocol. As a result, more and more...
BitFetch Debuts BitCoin-Powered Anonymous BitTorrent Downloads

How do you find pages that cite a permalink?

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When I posted Permalinks and hashtags for city council agenda items last week, I embedded a permalink and a hashtag to illustrate the idea. The post links to the video of Keene’s recent city council meeting, at the point where Patty Little introduces Tom LePage’s request to expand the...
How do you find pages that cite a permalink?

Google experiments with adding a search box to Chrome's new tab page, keeping queries in the omnibox

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Google on Wednesday announced some big changes to how search will work in Chrome. The company has started experimenting with adding a search box to the browser’s new tab page as well as keeping queries in the omnibox after a search is performed. These tweaks are available to a small...
Google experiments with adding a search box to Chrome's new tab page, keeping queries in the omnibox

BrightEdge: Here’s How To Make Paid And Organic Search Work Together

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If your company shows up in both the organic and paid search results of a given search term, is that a good thing? Or a waste of money? That’s something that Google itself has been researching, and today, SEO service BrightEdge took a closer look at one advertiser’s approach for...
BrightEdge: Here’s How To Make Paid And Organic Search Work Together

A Former Google Designer Is Calling Some Of Its Recent Changes 'Bats**t Crazy' (GOOG)

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Kevin Fox, a former senior user experience design lead at Google, has a few problems with some of the company's recent design changes. He's nitpicking a little bit, to be sure, but given the sheer size and minimalist style of Google, these are the kinds of things that were...
A Former Google Designer Is Calling Some Of Its Recent Changes 'Bats**t Crazy' (GOOG)

Nifty! Google Search lets you filter out search results you’ve already visited

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If you use Google as your primary search tool, you know that any tip or tool to make the experience more useful is a bonus. Instead of bookmarking every page you visit via a Google search, you can simply check out a list of all of the pages you’ve visited,...
Nifty! Google Search lets you filter out search results you’ve already visited
TiVo HD DVR now available for DirecTV customers nationwide

Facebook Still Top Search Term In 2012 As One-Word Searches Rise 16 Percent [Experian]

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For the fourth straight year, “facebook” was the most common search term in the U.S. this year — part of an increase in navigational searching that saw one-word searches rise 16 percent in 2012. That’s according to Experian Marketing Services, which announced its list of... Please visit Search Engine Land...
Facebook Still Top Search Term In 2012 As One-Word Searches Rise 16 Percent [Experian]

Facebook was the top search term for fourth straight year, accounting for 4.13% of all US searches

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For the fourth year in a row, Facebook has been crowned the number one search term. More specifically, Facebook accounted for 4.13 percent of all searches in 2012, a 33 percent increase over 2011. The latest data comes from Experian, which analyzed the 68 most popular search engines in the...
Facebook was the top search term for fourth straight year, accounting for 4.13% of all US searches

iPad Accessories: A Quick Guide to Apple’s Official Add-Ons

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The minimum you’ve forked out (or are planning to fork out) for the Apple iPad is $499, so paying out for accessories on top of that might sting a little.To try and help you decide what’s actually worth spending extra money on, we’ve taken a look at the official...
iPad Accessories: A Quick Guide to Apple’s Official Add-Ons

Facebook roundup: search, mobile ads, FBX, Netflix and more

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Facebook is 2012′s top search term - For the fourth year in a row, Facebook was the top-searched term overall in the U.S., according to Experian. Facebook accounted for 4.13 percent of all searches, a 33 percent increase from 2011. Other variations of the term “facebook” were among the top terms....
Facebook roundup: search, mobile ads, FBX, Netflix and more

Facebook is now the Second Most Popular Website in the U.S.

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Well, we knew this was going to happen. With a high user engagement and a massive userbase build up, Facebook has just slipped pass through Yahoo to become the no.2 most popular website in the U.S. Latest data from Compete.com shows that Facebook is not only raking up userbase but...
Facebook is now the Second Most Popular Website in the U.S.
Google's new 'Top Charts' will tell you which celebrities, planets, or dog breeds top its searches

Google's top trending Super Bowl searches show that it's all about the halftime show

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Turns out the 13-minute halftime show really is the big draw of the Super Bowl, at least according to Google. The search giant has released a number of stats on how people used its services during the big game, with "Madonna" being the top trending search term, followed by...
Google's top trending Super Bowl searches show that it's all about the halftime show

How Facebook Launched A Search Product Without Ticking Off Microsoft (FB, MSFT)

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Facebook's brand new search product, Graph Search, is so important that Mark Zuckerberg considers it the "third pillar" of Facebook.  The other two are News Feed--the river of personalized updates that greets you when you log in--and Timeline, Facebook's user profile. Given that Microsoft invested $240 million into Facebook in...
How Facebook Launched A Search Product Without Ticking Off Microsoft (FB, MSFT)
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