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Now search and browse through Facebook photos via Bing

Facebook photos via Bing   A new feature on Bing, called Friends’ Photo, allows users to search and browse through the photos of their Facebook friends. Bing Social Team’s Senior Program Manager Ian Lin introduced the new feature in an official blog post yesterday and explained, “Looking for that epic shot from last winter’s ski trip?  Or the I-could-die-laughing photo …

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Facebook Timeline Posting Users’ Location Data

Facebook is definite about making the new Timeline mandatory to all Facebook users, and has already started to automatically roll it out to those who are still using the old profile layout. This forced change has raged several users already, but looks like there’s more to add to it. If you’re already using Facebook Timeline, you must be aware of …

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Google+ for Businesses now here

Google Businesses In an official blog post, Clay Bavor, Google Apps Product Management Director, introduced a host of Google+ features designed specifically for businesses. In a full preview mode of the features for the customers now, those organisations using Google will be able to avail the business features of Google+ for free through the end of next year. The official …

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Yahoo Axis A new Browser released check it now

Internet browsers have recently gained considerable limelight as the world is becoming online. Now when physical businesses are turning into the virtual ones and new online methods to make money are productive enough to facilitate the talent across the globe, the competition among the internet browsers is inevitable. We saw that gradually yahoo maintained its pace and somehow has overpowered …

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Google penalizes sites hosting pirated content

Hollywood and other content owners, whose relationship with Google is fitful at best, gave the Silicon Valley search company rare praise Friday for its move to penalize websites that have been flagged by copyright holders for potentially hosting pirated entertainment. In a blog post on the company’s website, Google explained the changes it had made to its search algorithm, which …

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