Source: This article was Published mentalfloss.com By JAKE ROSSEN - Contributed by Member: Barbara Larson Google search data can be a very private thing. While Google itself may be intent on keeping a record of your keystrokes, you may have a number of reasons why you don’t want the site to maint...
 Source: This article was Published searchenginejournal.com By Matt Southern - Contributed by Member: Eric Beaudoin Updates to Google Image Search on mobile and desktop are rolling out on Thursday, September 27th. The forthcoming updates were announced today at Google’s 20th-anniversary event ...
Source: This article was Published theguardian.com By Ian Sample - Contributed by Member: Dennis Smith Thousands of miles of cables connected to data centers underpin our way of life. How many people are online, what are they doing there – and what comes next? What is the internet? The internet is...
Source: This article was Published forbes.com By Jason Evangelho - Contributed by Member: Jasper Solander DuckDuckGo is a pro-privacy company taking an aggressive stance on not tracking people across all corners of the internet. One has to wonder if its product practically markets itself in 2018. Wi...
Source: This article was Published searchenginejournal.com By Chuck Price - Contributed by Member: Eric Beaudoin Google is a behemoth in the search engine world. With its powerful algorithms, dominant advertising platform, and personalized user experience, Google is a force to be reckoned with. Th...
Source: This article was Published Indiatoday.in By Shweta Ganjoo - Contributed by Member: Nevena Gojkovic Turunz It has been over a month since reports of Google working on a tailored version of its search engine for China stormed the internet. A lot has happened since. Employees have resigned and...
Source: This article was Published boingboing.net - Contributed by Member: Daniel K. Henry Google's Project Dragonfly was a secret prototype search engine intended to pave the way for the company's return to China; it featured censored search results that complied with Chinese state rules banning...
Source: This article was Published pymnts.com - Contributed by Member: Anna K. Sasaki Think of online privacy as a race. With consumers increasingly focused on how their data and web personas are used by eCommerce and other digital organizations, regulators and lawmakers are moving to get ahead o...
Source: This article was Published theverge.com By James Vincent - Contributed by Member: Issac Avila Dataset Search could be a scientist’s best friend Google’s goal has always been to organize the world’s information, and its first target was the commercial web. Now, it wants to do the same ...
Source: This article was Published searchengineland.com By Ginny Marvin - Contributed by Member: Jeremy Frink Here's what some marketers are saying about the move to include same meaning queries in exact match close variants. Marketer reactions to the news that Google is yet again degrading the ori...
 Source: This article was Published Cordis.europa.eu - Contributed by Member: Jason bourne The EU-funded KConnect project has developed an innovative online medical search and analysis tools, enabling researchers to achieve clearer insights into the effectiveness of specific medical interventions...
Source: This article was Published waterworld.com - Contributed by Member: Mercedes J. Steinman Access to the BWinnovate database is open to the worldwide web but is much more focused than a regular search engine. LONDON, UK, SEPT 11, 2018 -- An innovation search engine that can help match utilit...
 Source: This article was Published techworm.net By Payel Dutta - Contributed by Member: Jasper Solander Reverse image search is a technique wherein it allows people to retrieve content that is relevant to a particular image. It is also known as content-based image retrieval a method that eliminat...
Source: This article was Published searchenginejournal.com By Ann Smarty - Contributed by Member: Corey Parker There are various reasons why you would need to see the archived version of the page: to see the content of (temporally) unavailable page, to analyze on-page SEO (Google text only cache),...
Source: This article was Published zdnet.com By George Anadiotis - Contributed by Member: Bridget Miller Did you ever need data on a topic you wanted to research, and had a hard time finding it? Wish you could just Google it? Well, now you can do that. With data science and analytics on the rise a...
Source: This article was Published hub.packtpub.com By Sugandha Lahoti - Contributed by Member: Carol R. Venuti Google has launched Dataset Search, a search engine for finding datasets on the internet. This search engine will be a companion of sorts to Google Scholar, the company’s popular searc...
Following LinkedIn’s launch back in 2002, the platform became known as the place to be for recruiters and job seekers alike. It was (and still is), the place to house your digital resume for the world to see. Today, however, LinkedIn has flourished into a full-fledged social network for profession...
Source: This article was Published qz.com By Dave Gershgorn - Contributed by Member: Dennis Smith Ten years into its life, Chrome is the most widely-used internet browser in the world. But the stock features aren’t what make it so popular. There’s also a thriving community of developers addin...
Source: This article was Published computerworld.com By Mike Elgan - Contributed by Member: Dorothy Allen If you think a search engine exists as an index to the internet, it’s time to update your thinking. This column is not about politics. It makes no political judgments and takes no political ...
Source: This article was Published gizmodo.com By Brent Rose - Contributed by Member: Deborah Tannen So, Chrome is ten years old. Officially in the double-digits. Soon it’ll be getting wispy chin-hairs and its voice will be cracking. That said, Google’s browser has accomplished a lot in the ten...
Source: This article was Published phys.org By Marc Saltzman - Contributed by Member: Issac Avila Whether you already own one or have thought about it, you probably know Google Home ($129) is one of those popular voice-activated personal assistants for the home. After saying the wake words "OK, Goo...
 Source: This article was Published smallbusiness.co.uk By Ben Lobel - Contributed by Member: Clara Johnson Criminals are looking for small businesses' data to sell on the dark web. Here, we look at how to be vigilant. Most small businesses don’t give two hoots about the ‘dark web’, the part...
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Source: This article was Published searchengineland.com By Barry Schwartz - Contributed by Member: Rebecca Jenkins Remember the early days of "not provided"? Well, Google Search Console has begun removing some query data for "privacy" reasons. Google has quietly posted that they are now removing ...
Source: This article was Published educatorstechnology.com - Contributed by Member: Clara Johnson When it comes to searching for niche-specific content Google search engine is not the best option out there. Although Google can be a good starting point from which you can delve deeper into the conten...
Source: This article was Published lifewire.com By Jerri Collins - Contributed by Member: Barbara Larson One of the most popular ways to use the web is to simply search for images. People love to search for images online, and there are many sites and search engines dedicated just to chasing down al...

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