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Augmented Reality & SEO: Search in an Annotated World

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AR has experienced a slow evolution. While users have struggled with a fragmented ecosystem of AR apps, marketers have struggled with how to fit it into their marketing plans. But with the debut of Google Glass, all that is about to change. AR has experienced a slow evolution. While users have struggled with a fragmented ecosystem of AR apps, marketers have struggled with how to fit it into their marketing plans. But with the debut of Google Glass, all that is about to change. 0 Comments

Google I/O: Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, Nexus Q & Skydiving With Project Glass

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Lots of news coming out of Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference. Android Jelly Bean will feature Google Now, a revamped mobile search experience with improved voice search and increased integration of Google’s Knowledge Graph. Lots of news coming out of Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference. Android Jelly Bean will feature Google Now, a revamped mobile search experience with improved voice search and increased integration of Google’s Knowledge Graph. 0 Comments

Motorola Revive Razr Brand Following Google Acquisition

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Motorola has unveiled the latest addition to its smartphone range with the launch of the Razr, which will run on Android 2.3.5 and is the first device from the firm since its $12.5bn acquisition by Google in August. Motorola has unveiled the latest addition to its smartphone range with the launch of the Razr, which will run on Android 2.3.5 and is the first device from the firm since its $12.5bn acquisition by Google in August. 0 Comments

Yahoo’s Shashi Seth on the Future of Search, Mobile & Structured Data

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Whether Yahoo continues to see itself as a search company, it seems to have a clear strategy for the next few years: “Answers, not links”. In this interview, Seth talks search strategy, Search Alliance, Clues, Search Direct, mobile, and more. Whether Yahoo continues to see itself as a search company, it seems to have a clear strategy for the next few years: “Answers, not links”. In this interview, Seth talks search strategy, Search Alliance, Clues, Search Direct, mobile, and more. 0 Comments

Google Evolutions: Clouds, Waves, and Shiny Metal

Google's Chrome OS is getting quite a bit of hype this week. But this time it may be at least partially deserved, though it's more evolutionary than revolutionary. Google's Chrome OS is getting quite a bit of hype this week. But this time it may be at least partially deserved, though it's more evolutionary than revolutionary. 0 Comments

AltaVista To Go Public, Partner With Microsoft

Compaq acquired the AltaVista search service when it purchased Digital Equipment last year, and AltaVista's future has been in limbo since then. That came to an end last week, with the announcement that AltaVista has been spun off into the AltaVista Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Compaq. Compaq acquired the AltaVista search service when it purchased Digital Equipment last year, and AltaVista's future has been in limbo since then. That came to an end last week, with the announcement that AltaVista has been spun off into the AltaVista Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Compaq. 0 Comments