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Bing set to go global

After months of preparation, Bing – Microsoft’s rebranded and revamped search engine – is being released next week. New features have been added to make Bing a ‘decision engine’ that provides useful results for users.

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theEweekly Wrap 29 May 2009

Microsoft announces new search engine Microsoft revealed its newest weapon in the ‘search race’ this week, previewing their new search engine, Bing. The search website is described as a ‘decision engine’ and the company claim Bing will help more users find and – crucially – use more information on the internet. Steve Ballmer, the chief […]

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What’s in a (domain) name?

One of the key factors in SEO success is choosing a good domain name. Here, theEword senior programmer Adrian Mursec shares some wise words on the subject of web addresses… Getting indexed in first position on the search engines has never been easy, especially if you are trying to target specific keywords for your business. […]

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An augmented reality for Eminem

Eminem’s website, which celebrates the launch of his number one album Relapse, features an innovative competition for fans. They can use augmented reality to create their own version of the famous ‘E’ logo for impressive prizes.

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PPC advertising costs could come down

Natural search now has more influence in directing the clicks of online retail consumers than paid listings, according to a new report by market analysts Hitwise. Could PPC costs come down as a result?

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theEweekly Wrap 22 May 2009

Mistaken identi-tweets US musician Regina Spektor has been the victim of identity theft on social-site-of-the-hour Twitter. The up-and-coming singer exposed the imposter via her official MySpace blog this week. It is the latest in a number of high profile celebrity imposters on the social networking site. “I found out that there has been a mystery […]

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Facebook photo delay threatens privacy

Researchers at Cambridge University have presented findings about personal images on social networking sites. They say a number of the sites are taking more than a month to remove photos that users think they have deleted for good.

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Microsoft and Yahoo get to the search point faster

According to industry rumours, Microsoft is releasing a new version of their search platform, while Yahoo has announced it will be bringing about enhancements to their current service. Both aim to make search simpler for users.

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