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Moxie Designs Enterprise Collaboration Software for the Way Employee Work

Moxie Designs Enterprise Collaboration Software for the Way Employee WorkMoxie Software (news, site) is a relative newcomer to the social business software market compared to many other similar platforms. With its latest update today, it continues its focus on rich functionality designed for the way people work. Let's have a look.

Google Rolls Out Social Search to More Languages, Locales

Google (news, site) is fiercely protective of its search business. While Facebook, with its social media supremacy, perpetually looms over the horizon as a potential arch-nemesis, Google is continuing to add features that make search more social. The big G has just rolled out social search to more languages and locales.

Yahoo Bets $28 Million at 5:1 for More Relevant Ads

yahoo_logo_2010.jpgAdvertising platform 5:1 has been snapped up by Yahoo (news, site) to help focus on premium accounts and work with leading partners.

Bing One Ups Google with Facebook Integration

Microsoft's alliance with Facebook seems to have one endgame: Beat Google. The latest effort, announced late yesterday, ties Bing search results to the Facebook social graph.

Lucid Offers Lucene Certification

lucid_imagination_logo.jpgDevelopers seeking to demonstrate their mad skills in Apache Solr/Lucene (news, site) Search now have something new to do other than stay up at night playing first person shooters on XBox 360. Lucid Imagination (news, site) is offering the first Lucene certification -- and it's free for a few Lucene Revolution attendees.

Google's US$ 500 Million DoJ Settlement Related to Ads From Illegal Pharmacies

We earlier reported that Google (news, site) has set aside US$ 500 million from its 1Q 2011 earnings for a possible settlement with the Department of Justice for a yet-undisclosed issue. Sources indicate that this is likely due to Google's running of ads from illegal pharmacies.

Google Sets Aside US$ 500M for Possible DoJ Settlement

Google (news, site) has recently adjusted its quarterly earnings report with a hefty US$ 500 million reduction. The earlier-reported cash earning has now been earmarked for a potential settlement with the Department of Justice for undisclosed ad-related issues.

Information Management: Keep Archived Content Relevant and Compliant

Previously we’ve reported about the ways that companies can begin to access information stored across multiple data storage platforms. In a continued effort to simplify the process, Index Engines has released Collection Engine for Data Domain, which allows organizations to better understand what it is on their back up disks.

CloudMagic Instant Search for Gmail & Google Docs

Google's Instant Search is probably a love-it or hate-it feature. Some might find it confusing, while others might find it useful to see your search results as you type. Gmail doesn't have instant search built-in, but if you want lightning-fast searches, you can try CloudMagic. You get instant-search functionality for your Gmail messages, which is something akin to OSX Spotlight or Windows 7 Search-as-you-Type. CloudMagic even gives you the added functionality of offline search. We recently gave CloudMagic a try and we're pleased with the results.

A Week in Google: Voice Search on Google.com, a Bigger App Market than Apple & Winning Over Skype

This week we wondered who would benefit most from acquiring Skype, and whether or not size matters in the app department. 

Enterprise 2.0 Roll-up: BlackBerry Goes Bing, Google.com Tests Voice Search, Viber hits Android

This week the enterprise world saw BlackBerry make Bing its default search engine, an invitation to shout at your computer screen, and a bit of solid competition for Skype. 

Bing Gets Promoted to BlackBerry's Default Search Engine

Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, made a surprise appearance at today's BlackBerry World conference in Orlando. Along with RIM president Mike Lazaridis, he announced that Microsoft is entering a partnership with RIM on BlackBerry smartphones, making Bing the default search engine and maps provider on all new devices. 

 

Google Begins Testing Voice Search on Google.com

Today it was confirmed that Google has begun tinkering around with an integration of voice search with the Google.com search engine. 

Hadoop Leaving Yahoo?

Is big data darling Hadoop about to pack up its bags and leave home? Rumors and commentary are spinning around the web and traditional media that Yahoo! Is considering spinning off the entire software unit. Although the software originated with Yahoo!, Cloudera (news, site) has emerged as a leader in the paid support and value-added products for the platform. If Yahoo creates a Hadoop startup, Cloudera and "Yahoo spinoff" would compete head-to-head.

yolink Brings Better Searching to WordPress

tigerlogic_logo.jpgTigerLogic Corporation makes no bones about the fact that the default search engine within WordPress sucks. yolink Search for WordPress, the company's latest cloud-based plugin, aims to remedy that problem. 

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