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Facebook Testing Graph Search on Mobile

Facebook Testing Graph Search on Mobile

David Carrillo shares his thoughts on Facebook's decision to extend Graph Search to mobile devices. [...more]

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When Google Gets It Wrong

When Google Gets It Wrong

Louise is exasperated with Google's inability to show relevant results for local news. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- March 23, 2012

The Week We Searched For- March 23, 2012

In this week's stories, Google launchesits new suite of services for display advertising and new status icons to AdWords, while Facebook introduces its new "Acquaintance List" feature. [...more]

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The Reality Check of Semantic Search

The Reality Check of Semantic Search

We are moving from a beloved web of documents, towards a web of “things”. The implications of semantic search are significant, but the actual shift towards this new web, or “graph” as it’s now being called, happened a while ago, and very, very quietly. [...more]

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The Week We Searched For- March 16, 2012

The Week We Searched For- March 16, 2012

In this week's news, Yahoo! sues Facebook for patent infringement, Google launches GetMo UK, and Twitter acquires Posterous. [...more]

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