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webOS' Death Is Greatly Exaggerated - LG Wants It to Live Again, Inside TVs

When HP dropped its TouchPad tablet and focused its consumer products on Android and Windows, the accompanying webOS platform went into limbo. Now, there are reports that LG has bought the OS -- and is readying it for use in a new generation of TV sets. 

How the Cloud is Impacting SharePoint 2013

The nature of how we collaborate has evolved.

Yammer Starts Earning Its Keep at Microsoft: Fuller Integration to Come in Summer 2013

When Microsoft bought enterprise social network Yammer in June for US$ 1.2 billion, more than a few eyebrows were raised, especially since Microsoft already had enterprise social networking in SharePoint and was partnering with Yammer. Now, those same eyebrows may again be arching skyward following Yammer’s recent report of record growth last year and its plans to move toward closer integration with other Microsoft product lines.

Search Technologies Adds New Data Connectors for Atlassian Confluence, Lotus Notes

Enterprise search services provider Search Technologies is releasing two new data connectors for Lotus Notes and Atlassian Confluence. Data connectors extract content from enterprise repositories for indexing into the search engine.

Apple to Make US$ 1 Billion from Google to Remain Default Search Engine on iOS

Long have there been rumors of a deal between Apple and Google to keep Google as the default search engine on iOS devices. According to Scott Devitt in a recent investor report, One Morgan Stanley analyst has pegged that deal as one based on a per device sold basis, and it could be worth US$ 1 billion this year alone.

Microsoft's Bing Looks Over Shoulder, Sees Yandex Passing By

In the monthly race for search queries worldwide, Microsoft’s Bing search engine was beaten in November and December by… Yandex. If you’re asking, “What is Yandex?”, you obviously do not live in Russia. 

Twitter Updates Mobile Search, Discovery with Single Content Stream

Social network Twitter is changing how content is streamed to mobile users in order to improve the search and discovery experience for them. Upgrades to the Twitter iOS and Android apps and mobile.twitter.com site provide a single stream of blended content results.

Microsoft Already Extending Office 365 2013 With 5 Bing Apps Including Maps, Image Search

It’s only three days since Microsoft launched Office 2013 and the online version through Office 365, but already it has started building it out. To be more precise, it is Bing that is building out Office 365 with the addition of five new apps that can be used with the new Office 365 Home Premium.

Facebook Mobile Now Bringing in a Quarter of Entire Company's Ad Revenue

2012 ended on a high note for Facebook even after the company's rocky public launch early in the year, and the latest financial release shows the company now brings in nearly a quarter of its revenue from mobile.

Whither Yahoo? CEO Mayer Says Search Personalization, Partnerships

In what directions does Yahoo’s new CEO, Marissa Mayer, want to take her company?

Research: How Paid Search Did in 2012 Retail Season

Adobe has announced some interesting paid search research on the 2012 retail season. And there are some key takeaways here for digital marketers.

Graph Search Unveiled by Facebook to Improve Social Relevance

 Facebook-logo.jpg At its mystery-shrouded event in San Francisco, Facebook has unveiled Graph Search as a potentially massive new feature to help find relevant results among the photos, likes and other information that users put up on the social service. 

YouSendIt Buys Found for All in One File Search from Anywhere

File sharing service YouSendIt has expanded its roster of duties by purchasing Found, a system for enabling file search across devices and clouds.

Video Portal Provider Qumu Adds Speech Search

According to business video platform provider Qumu, three-quarters of a company’s business knowledge is spoken in meetings, not written down. When those meetings are video recorded, finding that knowledge has traditionally required that the videos first be transcribed into searchable text. Qumu is removing that step, by adding Speech Search to its video portal.

Twitter Search Refined with Real-Time Human Computation

Ever try to search for an unfolding event on Twitter as it happens? Sometimes the results are not so great. When news breaks, Twitter doesn't always have the context it needs to fulfill those requests. Until now.

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