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  1. Google+ Drops Controversial Real Name Policy After 3 Years

    This included Star Trek's William Shatner who apparently was banned for "violating Google+ standards". When it comes to Google+, Google has been known for their strict guidelines and restrictions. From inception, Google+ has required that users use...

  2. Content Marketing Put a Man on the Moon, What Can it Do For You?

    For the space enthusiasts and sci-fi cult-followers who create and follow the GIFs and memes branded with "Star Wars", "Space Odyssey", and "Star Trek", "Marketing the Moon" captures the challenges and the ultimate success of marketing one of the...

  3. The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Just Kicked Off

    In 2012, it took 57 views to generate one share, in 2013, it took 31 views.of the top 10 most shared Super Bowl ads of all time are movie trailers - ("Fast 5", "Fast and Furious 6", and "Star Trek Into Darkness").of the top 20 most shared ads from...

  4. 3 Reasons Natural Language Processing (Not Google Glass) is the Future of Search

    Being able to talk to a machine and get back highly relevant results has been on our minds since the days of Star Trek's hologram. In April 2012 Google announced Google Glass, their augmented reality glasses that many believed would change how we...

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

    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.

  6. YouTube Creator Playbook Version 2 Indicates Two-Dimensional Thinking

    As I told attendees in the Expo Hall at the The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, the update to the Creator Playbook reminded me of the “Kirk Beats Khan SCENE - Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan MOVIE (1982) – HD,” when Mr.

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

    We need to be like the computer on 'Star Trek,' and we are very, very far from that. He believed the ideal search engine would resemble the computer on “Star Trek”, always responding to queries for information that precisely matched the needs of...

  8. Major YouTube Redesign Zooms in on Channels, Video Discovery, Social Sharing

    Now, normally you can count on someone, somewhere to sound like Commander Leonard “Bones” McCoy, M.D.in Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979), who said, “And they probably redesigned the whole sickbay, too!

  9. Google Shows Evolution of Search, Launches Interactive Timeline

    Google Fellow Amit Singhal said, "My dream has always been to build the Star Trek computer. Official Google representatives have given their feedback on how Google has evolved, what its priorities are, and where the future will take us.