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Matt Cutts: Google Won't Devalue Links Anytime Soon

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With Google stepping up its efforts to penalize link networks and those who buy and sell links, and algorithms like Panda meant to reward sites with high-quality content, how important will backlinks be to Google's search algorithm in the future? With Google stepping up its efforts to penalize link networks and those who buy and sell links, and algorithms like Panda meant to reward sites with high-quality content, how important will backlinks be to Google's search algorithm in the future? 0 Comments

Bing Beams Up Star Trek Fans With Home Page Easter Egg, Klingon Translator

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In conjunction with the arrival of "Star Trek Into Darkness", Bing has added a couple of features that fans should appreciate: a home page Easter egg when you search for "beam me up" and a new language option to Bing Translator: Klingon. In conjunction with the arrival of "Star Trek Into Darkness", Bing has added a couple of features that fans should appreciate: a home page Easter egg when you search for "beam me up" and a new language option to Bing Translator: Klingon. 0 Comments

OK Google: 'The End of Search as We Know It'

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Google is working toward its vision of what the future of search should be, and yesterday at the I/O event announced developments that are helping that vision become a reality. The question: How will businesses continue to remain relevant online? Google is working toward its vision of what the future of search should be, and yesterday at the I/O event announced developments that are helping that vision become a reality. The question: How will businesses continue to remain relevant online? 0 Comments

Star Trek Google Doodle Boldly Goes Where No Doodle Has Gone Before

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Trekkies and geeks worldwide will certainly rejoice at today's Google Doodle – complete with animations and its own storyline – that celebrates the 46th anniversary of the original "Star Trek" TV series, which originally aired September 8, 1966. Trekkies and geeks worldwide will certainly rejoice at today's Google Doodle – complete with animations and its own storyline – that celebrates the 46th anniversary of the original "Star Trek" TV series, which originally aired September 8, 1966. 0 Comments

Craig Silverstein, Larry & Sergey’s First Hire, Quits Google

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Craig Silverstein, the first employee hired by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, is leaving the company. Silverstein, who helped build the Google search engine, met Page and Brin while the three attended Stanford. Craig Silverstein, the first employee hired by Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 1998, is leaving the company. Silverstein, who helped build the Google search engine, met Page and Brin while the three attended Stanford. 0 Comments

Google Shows Evolution of Search, Launches Interactive Timeline

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What began as a pure search engine has evolved to include AdWords, Gmail, Google News, image search, universal search, Chrome, Instant search, Google+ and the +1 button, voice search, and more. See it all in a six minute video from Google. What began as a pure search engine has evolved to include AdWords, Gmail, Google News, image search, universal search, Chrome, Instant search, Google+ and the +1 button, voice search, and more. See it all in a six minute video from Google. 0 Comments

Google Adds Voice Search to Google Maps

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Google has added voice search to Google Maps for Chrome users, allowing users to ask for directions verbally and more find hard-to-spell locations. The addition is part of the ongoing integration of voice-recognition technology. Google has added voice search to Google Maps for Chrome users, allowing users to ask for directions verbally and more find hard-to-spell locations. The addition is part of the ongoing integration of voice-recognition technology. 0 Comments

Google+ Takes No-Nonsense Policy on User Identity & Community Standards

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Google+ has been banning accounts that seem to be using fake names and discussing ways in which celebrity identities can be verified. Several groups, including the hacktivist organization Anonymous, have been banned for community standards violations. Google+ has been banning accounts that seem to be using fake names and discussing ways in which celebrity identities can be verified. Several groups, including the hacktivist organization Anonymous, have been banned for community standards violations. 0 Comments

Google Adds Directory

Users continue to rave about the quality of Google's search results, and that's testimony that its link analysis system works well at delivering relevant information. Now Google is applying link analysis in a new way, to the human powered information of the Open Directory. Users continue to rave about the quality of Google's search results, and that's testimony that its link analysis system works well at delivering relevant information. Now Google is applying link analysis in a new way, to the human powered information of the Open Directory. 0 Comments

Improved MSN Search Launches

There's a new sheriff in town, with the initials FTC. In September, the US Federal Trade Commission made a landmark move in establishing some jurisdiction over search engine results. There's a new sheriff in town, with the initials FTC. In September, the US Federal Trade Commission made a landmark move in establishing some jurisdiction over search engine results. 0 Comments

Improved MSN Search Launches

Microsoft officially launched its new version of MSN Search in lateSeptember, and the improvements leapfrog the service forward into being acompelling choice for those searching the web.Previously, MSN Search was simply Microsoft's name slapped on top ofInktomi's search results. Now MSN Search takes data from multiple sources,applies its own unique ranking mechanisms, then blends answers into awell-organized results page that proves you can be more than the sum of yourparts Microsoft officially launched its new version of MSN Search in lateSeptember, and the improvements leapfrog the service forward into being acompelling choice for those searching the web.Previously, MSN Search was simply Microsoft's name slapped on top ofInktomi's search results. Now MSN Search takes data from multiple sources,applies its own unique ranking mechanisms, then blends answers into awell-organized results page that proves you can be more than the sum of yourparts 0 Comments