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Facebook rolling out Graph Search in UK

  The company trotted out Graph Search in January. Facebook is giving Graph Search, its pure language search engine, to overseas audiences for the primary time. The social community stated Tuesday that it will regularly roll out Graph Search to members within the UK. First offered in January, Graph Search is designed to make every bit of fib content shared …

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Samsung’s Design 3.0 strategy could prove decisive in the smartphone race

Samsung’s Design 3.0 strategy It seems redesigns are the flavour of the season. After many months in development, Apple showed off a revamped iOS 7 yesterday, and it takes the popular platform in a new direction – one which could endanger Android and Samsung’s comfortable position at the top of the market. Apple’s salvo means Samsung, the leader in the …

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Wavii Google acquisition official in natural language bid

This week the folks at natural language technology startup Wavii have confirmed the rumor that they’d been acquired by Google. This deal will have Google growing their efforts to allow users speak to their software and hardware in an more natural way, relying less on pre-set command lines and suggestions. This exchange has the entire Wavii team joining Google in …

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Your smartphone knows which side of the brain you’re using

Your smartphone knows Some people use the left, some the right, but which side of the brain do you primarily use for language? It may seem like a trivial question, but for one thing, if you ever have to undergo any type of brain surgery, the answer can help avoid damage to speech areas. While lab tests can provide the …

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