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Bing Strips Down Results Page To Make Google Look Like “Search Overload”

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While Google keeps cramming its search results pages full of tools and social content, today Bing confirmed with me the full roll out a redesigned search results page that completely clears the left sidebar, and replaces the tabbed header with a cleaner set of links. Bing Facebook integration is also...
Bing Strips Down Results Page To Make Google Look Like “Search Overload”

Advertise To Facebook Users By Recency With Time Range Targeting

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A new Facebook Ads targeting feature now allows advertisers to target those who have recently interacted with Facebook. The targeting type “Action Spec” allows users to target by the recency of specific actions taken. This recency targeting is currently in beta mode. The new... Please visit Marketing Land for the...
Advertise To Facebook Users By Recency With Time Range Targeting

Facebook pushing back IPO, report says

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Facebook’s market debut has been expected to be in mid- to late May, but a report from CNBC indicates that the process could take a little longer than analysts expected. The report, citing unnamed “people familiar with the matter,” pinpoints June as the new expected time range for the IPO...
Facebook pushing back IPO, report says

TNW Pick of the Day: iWitness filters Twitter and Flickr content by time and location

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iWitness is a new Web app from New Context, in partnership with designers Adaptive Path, that displays updates from Twitter and Flickr by time and location. iWitness taps the public’s geo-location data to pinpoint the location of a tweet, photo, or video. It allows users to see content from a...
TNW Pick of the Day: iWitness filters Twitter and Flickr content by time and location

Google Calendar for Android becomes stand-alone app

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Google has historically broken out preloaded Android apps like Gmail and Maps as stand-alone titles so that they don't have to be upgraded in lock-step with the main OS, but its Calendar app typically hasn't had that privilege. The isolation ends with a newly distinct Google Calendar that's treated...
Google Calendar for Android becomes stand-alone app

Advertisers can now target Facebook ads by recency of activity

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Facebook has created a new way for businesses and developers to target ads to users who have taken an action on Facebook or in an app within a more specific time range. Using the “action spec” targeting capability, which allows advertisers to reach users by the actions they take in...
Advertisers can now target Facebook ads by recency of activity

Group Photo Sharing Is A Fustercluck, But It Doesn't Have To Be With Cluster

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Tell me if you’ve heard this one before: Mobile app launches to enable users to quickly and easily share photos with one another. Yes, it’s another one of those stories. So the app this time is called Cluster, and it is focused on sharing photos with one’s friends and family...
Group Photo Sharing Is A Fustercluck, But It Doesn't Have To Be With Cluster

NBC Creates Mashup to Track Olympic Tweets

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Those trying to enjoy tape-delayed Olympic coverage will want to avoid NBC’s Tweet Tracker. The mashup looks for Olympics-related terms, such as names of sports or athletes, then aggregates them to determine the most popular over a configurable period of time. Simply seeing the most-discussed Olympics topics is interesting in...
NBC Creates Mashup to Track Olympic Tweets

Twitter Sentiment – track the good and bad on a word or phrase

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Twitter Sentiment makes reading the pulse of the Twittersphere a breeze.  Enter any term or word, the default right now is NBC Olympics, and get graphs and recent tweets on the mood about that topic.  You will get a percentage pie chart, a number count and the words used.  Enter...
Twitter Sentiment – track the good and bad on a word or phrase

Google offers historical exhibitions, wields its search powers to tell untold stories (video)

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Google has been taking advantage of its sheer domination of search to act as a custodian for human culture, whether it's famous artwork or wonders of the world. The most direct example of this archival impulse may have arrived today through the launch of historical exhibitions at the (virtual-only)...
Google offers historical exhibitions, wields its search powers to tell untold stories (video)

WhoGotFunded.com unveils premium accounts offering more filters, keyword searches, and data exports

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WhoGotFunded.com, a real-time service that curates company funding news, has moved away from just offering its service free to customers. Now, users can elect to be enrolled in either the free plan or one of three premium account types, providing them with more filtering, better keyword searches, and the ability...
WhoGotFunded.com unveils premium accounts offering more filters, keyword searches, and data exports
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