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Google Doesn’t Know When Super Bowl 2015 Starts (Yet!)

Why hasn’t Google provided the correct answer for the Super Bowl start time when year-after-year, it has been an issue for them?

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Apple Starts Crawling Web – Is Apple Launching a Search Engine in 2015? by @mattsouthern

Web development consultant Jan Moesen alerted the Twitterverse last week about the fact that Apple is running a web crawler, written in the programming language Go. This is leading many to wonder whether or not Apple is planning to launch its own search engine in the near future. If so, that would be especially bad news for Bing who currently powers Apple’s Siri. Does anyone know why Apple is running a web crawler (written in @golang, no less)? http://t.co/5JDTZuplQp — Jan Moesen (@janmoesen) November 6, 2014 On his website, Moesen explains in more detail the information he has gathered so […]

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Google Starts Doling Out Android 5.0 Lollipop

When Dave Burke, head of Android engineering, addressed the Google I/O developer conference last summer, he called the new version of Android the biggest update to Google’s mobile operating system ever

Now people get to see what the fuss is all about, as Google starts rolling out Lollipop today, at least for its own Nexus devices. 

The biggest change to come with Lollipop is what Google calls “material design,” a flatter, streamlined look across desktop and mobile devices. The company recently released updated versions of its Google Play Music and Calendar apps to fit in with the Lollipop design, along with a new email application, Inbox. 

See also: What Developers Need To Know About Android L

According to the company, the new software arrives with several other apps from outside developers and companies that already support material design, including the Wall Street Journal, Tumblr and Buzzfeed. The company released the developer preview months ago to give developers time to get apps launch-ready.

“Today’s updates are just the beginning of delivering a modern design language for the next wave of devices in your life,” the company wrote in a blog post.

Lollipop also boosts battery life, adds improved notifications, and a “personal locking” feature that lets your Android devices unlock another

Google’s own reference devices—including the new Nexus 9 tablet and the upcoming Nexus 6 smartphone—will be the first to get the overhauled operating system. Others will roll out over time as the phone manufacturers and carriers allow. 

Lead image courtesy of Google 

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Google Starts Doling Out Android 5.0 Lollipop

When Dave Burke, head of Android engineering, addressed the Google I/O developer conference last summer, he called the new version of Android the biggest update to Google’s mobile operating system ever

Now people get to see what the fuss is all about, as Google starts rolling out Lollipop today, at least for its own Nexus devices. 

The biggest change to come with Lollipop is what Google calls “material design,” a flatter, streamlined look across desktop and mobile devices. The company recently released updated versions of its Google Play Music and Calendar apps to fit in with the Lollipop design, along with a new email application, Inbox. 

See also: What Developers Need To Know About Android L

According to the company, the new software arrives with several other apps from outside developers and companies that already support material design, including the Wall Street Journal, Tumblr and Buzzfeed. The company released the developer preview months ago to give developers time to get apps launch-ready.

“Today’s updates are just the beginning of delivering a modern design language for the next wave of devices in your life,” the company wrote in a blog post.

Lollipop also boosts battery life, adds improved notifications, and a “personal locking” feature that lets your Android devices unlock another

Google’s own reference devices—including the new Nexus 9 tablet and the upcoming Nexus 6 smartphone—will be the first to get the overhauled operating system. Others will roll out over time as the phone manufacturers and carriers allow. 

Lead image courtesy of Google 

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Bing Starts Showing Full Song Lyrics Right In Search Results

While SEOs debate Google’s recent addition of structured data in its search results, Bing is making a similar — and perhaps more significant — change to its search results: Full song lyrics are now showing on Bing’s search results page in the US. Bing says this is available…



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Last Call – SMX East Starts Next Tuesday in NYC; All Access Conference and Free Expo+ Passes Available

Search Engine Land’s – SMX East conference begins next Tuesday in New York City. Register now to reserve your spot! The search marketing landscape changes almost daily, but your goals don’t. You strive to increase traffic, improve conversions and maximize your ROI. Invest in attending…



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SMX East Starts Next Tuesday – Here’s How to Attend

Search Engine Land’s – SMX East kicks off next Tuesday – September 30 – in New York City. With over 60 educational sessions and keynotes, networking activities and presentations from leading providers, you’ll get the SEO, SEM and internet marketing tactics and solutions you need…



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Google Starts Giving A Ranking Boost To Secure HTTPS/SSL Sites

Google To Give Secure Sites A Ranking Boost Google has announced (the blog post hasn’t gone live yet, actually) that going HTTPS — adding a SSL 2048-bit key certificate on your site — will give you a minor ranking boost. Google says this gives websites a small ranking benefit,…



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DuckDuckGo Relaunches & Starts To Look Like A Real Search Engine

DuckDuckGo, the spunky little search engine that hangs its hat on user privacy, has relaunched today with a new look and feel, not to mention a number of new features like maps and local search, image search and more. Put it all together, and DuckDuckGo is starting to look less and less…



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Google Analytics Starts Diagnosing Your Tracking Code For Errors

To help you determine which pages have botched tracking code or conflicts in filters, Google’s Analytics Diagnostics will “frequently” scan your site to identify issues with tagging, account configurations, tracking code, and reporting data.

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