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Bing Releases Windows 8 App

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Windows 8 is set for an Oct. 26 release date, but Microsoft has already introduced its Bing for Windows 8 app. Redesigned from the ground up with visuals similar to the the "Metro" style, Bing on Windows 8 is gesture-friendly and full of eye candy. Windows 8 is set for an Oct. 26 release date, but Microsoft has already introduced its Bing for Windows 8 app. Redesigned from the ground up with visuals similar to the the "Metro" style, Bing on Windows 8 is gesture-friendly and full of eye candy. 0 Comments

Snap Changes Name to NBCi

The Snap site has undergone both a redesign and a name change to NBCi. NBCi is the interactive division of US television network NBC, and it the major owner of Snap. The Snap site has undergone both a redesign and a name change to NBCi. NBCi is the interactive division of US television network NBC, and it the major owner of Snap. 0 Comments

Search Engine Strategies Conference News

Scheduled for March 9, 2000 in New York, this one day conference features both experts on search engine marketing issues and panelists from many of the major search engines. Scheduled for March 9, 2000 in New York, this one day conference features both experts on search engine marketing issues and panelists from many of the major search engines. 0 Comments

Snap Unveils LiveDirectory

In the wake of moves by the Open Directory and Go to allow more user participation in constructing their directories, Snap has unveiled a new "LiveDirectory" system that allows sites to be added within minutes to its guide. It's a significant move, because crawler-based search engines such as AltaVista and Go have moved away from the "instant add" features they once offered, due to abuse by spammers In the wake of moves by the Open Directory and Go to allow more user participation in constructing their directories, Snap has unveiled a new "LiveDirectory" system that allows sites to be added within minutes to its guide. It's a significant move, because crawler-based search engines such as AltaVista and Go have moved away from the "instant add" features they once offered, due to abuse by spammers 0 Comments

Position Checkers Upgraded

A free upgrade for existing users of WebPosition Analyzer is now available. The update for the popular position checking software adds support for Northern Light and Magellan, while dropping the now-defunct Open Text Index. URL searching in WebCrawler is now supported, and there have been other fixes, according to FirstPlace Software, which makes the product. A free upgrade for existing users of WebPosition Analyzer is now available. The update for the popular position checking software adds support for Northern Light and Magellan, while dropping the now-defunct Open Text Index. URL searching in WebCrawler is now supported, and there have been other fixes, according to FirstPlace Software, which makes the product. 0 Comments