Yahoo plans to focus more on digital content, and will discontinue products like Maps and Pipes, while also ceasing to support Mail and Contacts on older iOS operating systems.
A Google Trends update gives the tool a new interface and incorporates features from Insights for Search, which has been bundled into Trends, alongside HTML5 charting tools. Trends for Websites is no longer available.
A study looking at mobile search data in Australia, urban China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand reveals which countries search the most via smartphones, who they are, and what they’re searching for.
Dominant Chinese search engine Baidu quietly launched more of its international efforts with the help of a Singapore-based partner and their new website - Baidu International - and a Twitter account to start following people in the search industry.
Singapore recorded the highest share of visits to Google+ in key Asia Pacific markets. Here’s a summary of the findings from Experian Hitwise, which measured visits over two months in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, and India.
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