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  1. The Growing Importance of International Mobile Search

    When former Beatle Paul McCartney performed "Hey Jude" at the start of the opening ceremony smartphone and tablet searches surged ahead of static searches. For a long time now English has served as the lingua franca, or common language, of the...

  2. Google ITA Acquisition Will Not Leave Kayak Paddling Upstream

    Kayak co-founder and Chief Technology Officer, Paul English said he welcomes Google in to the travel search space, but thinks his smaller company can be nimble and quicker to adapt to changes in the market and points out that Google does not have...

  3. Using Twitter as an Education Tool

    Paul R. George Mayo, an eighth grade English teacher at Silver Spring International Middle School in Montgomery County, Maryland, recently used Twitter as a tool to collaboratively write a story by his students.

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  4. Zvents blends local search with current events

    Paul told me that Zvents is built on the premise that the Internet is rich in searchable experiences — until you want to find out what's happening where you live. According to Paul O'Brien, VP of Marketing for Zvents, his local search engine is...

  5. Implementing your Search Strategy for the Latino Market, Part 2

    Paul Saffrey, managing director of SilverDisc Chile, says you should compare search engines advertising geo-targeting capabilities for Latino markets, since not all of the features and reach that are already provided in their U.S.version may carry...

  6. Planning your Search Strategy for the Latino Market

    According to Paul Saffrey, managing director of SilverDisc Chile, "Behavior and demographics data is very important to use for the Latino search market. Certain keyword terms may carry different cultural meanings in translation, and may result in a...

  7. Three Years On, Google's Trademark Usage Letters Become News Again

    The company sent what's now become a well-cited letter to Word Spy editor Paul McFedries asking him to identify A comment at Google Morning Silicon Valley guided me to a New York Times article written in July of this year, where it cites Paul...

  8. Answers.com Buys "Answer Extraction" Engine Brainboost for $4 Million in Cash and Some Shares of Restricted Stock

    No mention of Paul Martin. It then ranks those candidate answers heuristically and displays the highest-confidence results in simple English form. The developer of Brainboost, Mr. Assaf Rozenblatt, has joined the Answers.com team as Director of...

  9. Search Engine Size Wars & Google's Supplemental Results

    Paul Gardi, vice president of search for Ask Jeeves, which owns Teoma, wants to grow even more. He adds that Teoma is focused mainly on English language content at the moment -- so the perceived smaller size of Teoma may not be an issue for English...