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Gmail Inbox now in your Google Search Results

With the release of Inbox by Gmail, a new app by the Gmail team to better organize your Gmail, Google seems to have also enabled a new functionality in search results to get your Gmail Inbox instantly by searching “my inbox” on Google search. However, this doesn’t seem to be available...
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Google Acquires Rangespan To Make Google Shopping Better

Google has made another move to build out its e-commerce business, and specifically its retail portal Google Shopping. It has acquired Rangespan, a London-based provider of back office services for online retailers, using data science to help them expand their product selection based on real-time sales dynamics. The...
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‘Knowledge Widget’ For Webmasters, Bing Launches

Microsoft has launched the Bing Knowledge Widget for webmasters and publishers. It detects and visualizes entities on your webpage, and displays rich info about the entity, providing site visitors with info about the said entities on the page. If they hover over the objects you’ve selected in the...
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This robot is better at Threes than you are

Like in the story of the steel-driving man John Henry, a machine is currently trying to prove it is better than humanity. Only this time, instead of digging a hole into the side of a mountain, this robot is trying to get the top score in a popular mobile...
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What Do Users Really Think Of The New Google Design?

Click here to view original web page at searchengineland.com When Google started testing the new look for its search results pages which ditches the shading behind the ads and replaces it with yellow “ad” icons, contradictory outcries of this sort began popping up, “The ads look like organic...
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