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Unruly Launches Real-Time Analytics Dashboard for Social Video

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Unruly Analytics is a real-time gauge for brands and agencies who want to know how well they're doing in social video. Users can find out exactly how many shares, views, and comments they're generating during a time period at the touch of a button. Unruly Analytics is a real-time gauge for brands and agencies who want to know how well they're doing in social video. Users can find out exactly how many shares, views, and comments they're generating during a time period at the touch of a button. 0 Comments

Baidu: We Do Semantic Search Better Than Google

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Google unveiled its Knowledge Graph recently, which it called the “first step in the next generation of search.” Chinese search giant Baidu isn’t impressed, saying Google’s semantic search isn’t new, and Baidu has been doing it better since 2009. Google unveiled its Knowledge Graph recently, which it called the “first step in the next generation of search.” Chinese search giant Baidu isn’t impressed, saying Google’s semantic search isn’t new, and Baidu has been doing it better since 2009. 0 Comments

Google Launching an MP3 Store, Say Label Execs

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Google's Cloud-based music service may soon give users both the option to buy music and have the highest quality version of their song played back. However, Google is still struggling to win over the labels. Google's Cloud-based music service may soon give users both the option to buy music and have the highest quality version of their song played back. However, Google is still struggling to win over the labels. 0 Comments

Gmail Man Stages Email Intervention

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Earlier this week Google launched a campaign promoting Gmail calling users to stage an 'Email Intervention', and "save your friends from outdated email". Microsoft seemed to have responded with a video about the 'Gmail Man', who snoops your email. Earlier this week Google launched a campaign promoting Gmail calling users to stage an 'Email Intervention', and "save your friends from outdated email". Microsoft seemed to have responded with a video about the 'Gmail Man', who snoops your email. 0 Comments