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Tech Tip: Why Deleted Tweets Still Linger Online
The New York Times • J.D. Biersdorfer
Google Search Direct Links To Let Readers Borrow Ebooks From Local LIbrary
MediaPost • Laurie Sullivan
Google Search app for iOS now suggests related content when you’re browsing the web
Venture Beat • Paul Sawers
Google's Travel Biz Worth An Estimated $100 Billion
MediaPost • Laurie Sullivan
Google is serving ads in YouTube Red – even though it promises not to
The Next Web • Mix
Hulu's big Emmy night marks a streaming milestone
Reuters • Lisa Richwine
Bing now shows fact checks in search results
The Verge • Jacob Kastrenakes
SearchCap: Bing fact checking, Google mobile tips & Bing agency awards
Search Engine Land • Barry Schwartz
Ex-Trump advisor Carter Page files suit against Yahoo parent company for Russia story
Mic.com • Kelsey Sutton
Bing gets marginally less useless, now lets you order takeaway and tradespeople within search
The Next Web • Matthew Hughes
 
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Tech Tip: Why Deleted Tweets Still Linger Online
The New York TimesJ.D. Biersdorfer
Q. Why do deleted tweets sometimes still show up on the web when you search? A. Search engines that constantly index the pages on the web can scoop up your Twitter posts as you make them. If you delete the tweet, though,...
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Google Search Direct Links To Let Readers Borrow Ebooks From Local LIbrary
MediaPostLaurie Sullivan
Many of the authors I know in Southern California will no longer purchase books from Amazon because they give very little back to the author when a book is sold. Most authors I know try to either purchase the book through a...
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Google Search app for iOS now suggests related content when you’re browsing the web
Venture BeatPaul Sawers
“Seek and you will find” may be an old passage from the Bible, but it could also be a modern-day marketing mantra to promote search engines. After all, it’s almost easier to find information online these days than it is to sit...
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Google's Travel Biz Worth An Estimated $100 Billion
MediaPostLaurie Sullivan
Google's plan to dominate the travel business with search, referrals, recommendations and online advertising buys through AdWords seems to be working. One analyst firm suggests Google's travel business worth is about $100 billion. Google's U.S.-booked air volume rose 13.6% year-over-year to $159...
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Google is serving ads in YouTube Red – even though it promises not to
The Next WebMix
So much for Google’s vows to deliver an ad-free watching experience for its premium YouTube Red service. Peeved users have taken to Reddit to voice their frustration the search engine giant has begun displaying ads in its paid Red subscription service, which...
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Hulu's big Emmy night marks a streaming milestone
ReutersLisa Richwine
LOS ANGELES () - Streaming service Hulu made Emmy history on Sunday by becoming the first digital platform to win a top series award with its dystopian saga “The Handmaid’s Tale.” The Hulu series adapted from Margaret Atwood’s 1985 book won best...
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Bing now shows fact checks in search results
The VergeJacob Kastrenakes
Following Google’s lead earlier this year, Bing has added fact checking tags to search results. A fact check label might now appear below results from Snopes, PolitFact, and other fact checking organizations, making it much easier to see their ruling on any...
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SearchCap: Bing fact checking, Google mobile tips & Bing agency awards
Search Engine LandBarry Schwartz
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on and from other places across the web. From : Spark Foundry takes home Bing’s 2017 Agency of the Year & Innovator of the Year awards Sep 15, 2017 by Amy Gesenhues Hosted...
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Ex-Trump advisor Carter Page files suit against Yahoo parent company for Russia story
Mic.comKelsey Sutton
Former Donald Trump adviser Carter Page has filed suit against the parent company of Yahoo, alleging a September 2016 article linking him to several Russian officials — prompting him to take a leave of absence from Trump’s presidential campaign — was defamatory....
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Bing gets marginally less useless, now lets you order takeaway and tradespeople within search
The Next WebMatthew Hughes
It’s easy to overlook Bing. Launched with great fanfare in 2009, it’s otherwise failed to dislodge Google in the search space. Despite that, it has fans, not least in the UK where it accounts for almost 25 percent of all search volume....
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