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Help ma’ boab! Google gadgies sink Scottish island

Posted on July 11, 2013

Jura, the Scottish island where legendary author George Orwell penned his perennial novel 1984, has disappeared from sight on Google Maps.

Following complaints from Jura residents and tourists in the region that the island was nowhere to be seen on Google Maps, the search giant issued an apology.

Speaking to Deadline.com, a Google spokesperson (more…)

Posted by Cheryl Mathews

YouTube brings in YouTube Pro

Posted on July 4, 2013

In a bid to help channel owners on its network tighten up their filmmaking skills, YouTube is set to introduce a ‘YouTube Pro’ series of videos.

The series – which will be launched to give budding filmmakers advice on issues such as (more…)

Posted by Cheryl Mathews

Google Now update lets US Android users boost TV show knowledge

Posted on July 1, 2013

Google’s personal assistant app for Android devices has been updated to give users with smart TVs additional information on their favourite programmes.

Rolled out to US users of the (more…)

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Bing releases new app update to improve voice search

Posted on June 21, 2013

With its latest update for the Bing app, Microsoft has promised Windows phone users a number of improvements to its voice-based search options, including faster speeds and greater accuracy.

In a recent blog post, the speech team at Bing said that, over the past 12 months, its members have worked closely with Microsoft Research to solve (more…)

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Facebook to bring in hashtags

Posted on June 15, 2013

In a similar vein to the staple feature of rival site Twitter, Facebook has announced plans to introduce hashtags.

Just like on Twitter, the hashtag feature will enable users to view trending topics and what their friends are saying, grouping comments together by following the # symbol with a trending keyword.

It is believed that (more…)

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Search analytics can be used to predict movie success, says Google report

Posted on June 13, 2013

A newly published white paper from Google suggests that search trends can be used to predict the success or failure of a film at the box office.

In a report titled ‘Quantifying Movie Magic with Google Search’, Google claims it is able to predict the profit and turnout for a film in its opening weekend with (more…)

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Report highlights different consumer categories

Posted on June 5, 2013

The results of a recent study that identified the paths online shoppers take to purchases could have noteworthy implications for marketers, and the decisions they make regarding content delivery.

Published by GroupM Next alongside Catalyst, the study highlighted the pathways that digital customers take to the final purchase and identified six kinds of shoppers: (more…)

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Study shows that UK SMEs favour online over traditional marketing

Posted on June 4, 2013

A new study has confirmed that SMEs in the UK are choosing mobile and online platforms over some of the more traditional marketing routes.

Carried out by Pitney Bowes, the study showed that more than a quarter of SMEs say traditional methods account for less than (more…)

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