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Cortana Expands To Other Markets, Becomes “Xiao Na” In China

There’s increasing evidence that Microsoft’s personal assistant Cortana is being positioned as a key differentiator vs. Android and iPhones. A new TV commercial (below) purports to compare Cortana to Siri, with a mock Siri voice saying “I can’t do that” a number of…



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Expedia Becomes A New York City Hotel After Google’s Pigeon Local Update

On June 24, 2014, Google released a major local search algorithm update, we named Pigeon. Google told us the new algorithm will lead to a more useful and relevant experience for searchers seeking local results. But like with any new algorithm launch, there are always bugs, unexpected outcomes and…



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Mac “Spotlight” Search Drops Google For Bing; Becomes More Siri-Like In OS X “Yosemite”

It looks like Bing has gained another win with Apple, becoming integrated into a new version of Spotlight in Apple’s forthcoming Mac OS X “Yosemite” operating system. Spotlight will also tap into a wide-range of search resources similar to how Siri works on iOS. During…



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“Teeth Grinding” Dental Problem Becomes Popular Infographic by Melbourne … – Busbyway

“Teeth Grinding” Dental Problem Becomes Popular Infographic by Melbourne
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Melbourne SEO Services recently published an infographic on “teeth grinding”, one of the most common dental problems, for client Beacon Cove Dental. This useful infographic featuring specific advice became popular shortly after its release reaching 800 …

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“Bing For Schools” Becomes “Bing In The Classroom” & Makes Program Available To All Schools

Originally launched in August of last year as Bing for Schools, the new Bing in the Classroom program has moved out of its pilot phase and is now available to all US schools, grades K through 12. For participating schools, the free program offers ad-free and safe searches, daily lesson plans, as…



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Actress Seo Yeji Becomes New Face of the SAEM – Yahoo Philippines News

Actress Seo Yeji Becomes New Face of the SAEM
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the SAEM said, “As appearing in TV sitcom and various TV commercials, Seo Yeji has been getting much attention as a rising star. Her pure charm and urban image perfectly fit the brand image. She will show many different charms as the face of the SAEM.”.

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Google Inc : Toronto Web Design & SEO Marketing Firm Rank Secure Becomes … – 4-traders (press release)

Google Inc : Toronto Web Design & SEO Marketing Firm Rank Secure Becomes
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The Toronto based organization is one of the earliest companies in Canada to achieve this highly creditable feat. Rank Secure is known in the local business fraternity for their top class SEO and web development service that follows the highest level

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Toronto Web Design & SEO Marketing Firm Rank Secure Becomes Google Partner – 4-traders (press release)

Toronto Web Design & SEO Marketing Firm Rank Secure Becomes Google Partner
4-traders (press release)
The Toronto based organization is one of the earliest companies in Canada to achieve this highly creditable feat. Rank Secure is known in the local business fraternity for their top class SEO and web development service that follows the highest level

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Roku 3 Gets YouTube, Becomes More Like Chromecast

Something strange is afoot in Google-land. Its YouTube service has just decided to provide some of the Chromecast’s most distinctive features—namely YouTube streaming and casting—to a Chromecast rival: the Roku 3.

Just in time for the holidays, the Roku 3 gets to unwrap YouTube video as a brand-new channel. In addition to streaming standalone vids and subscriptions, users also get the decidedly Chromecastic ability to fling YouTube videos to their TVs from their mobile devices. 

No word yet on whether owners of Roku 2 or others will also get the YouTube channel and its casting capabilities. But if those features remain on the Roku 3 alone, then that will likely help would-be customers justify the $100 expense (now $90, on sale). If the channel does come to less expensive Roku boxes, that might put a dent in its competitor’s sales during this crucial holiday period. After all, the least expensive Roku, the LT, is $50 (now $40, on sale). That’s not a major leap from the $35 Chromecast. 

Even before this announcement, the hockey puck–shaped boxes already offered a large streaming inventory, especially compared to the wee Google device. (Chromecast’s lineup only recently expanded to 17 streaming partners.) But the lack of an official YouTube channel had always been a sticking point—particularly when Google cheaper TV doohickey offered it at launch. Now that gap has closed, at least for owners of the premium Roku box. 

YouTube’s motivations aren’t all that difficult to imagine. Traffic is the name of its game, which is one reason why the service is ubiquitous across mobile, online, and TV products. Still, it’s strange to think that the biggest strike against Chromecast originated from inside Google’s own walls.

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