Here are some of the latest search engine news of the last days, including Google’s Bump acquiring, the strange research on life that they started, and the data center air news.
For Bing instead there’s a new logo design, some new features and even a refreshed layout. Last but not least, also Yahoo! updates something: his Yahoo! Answers network with a much awaited refresh.
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The Web giant buys the tap-to-share app right before Apple launches the AirDrop feature on iOS 7. Also, Sprint gets into the early upgrade game with the new One Up plan. Read this article by Bridget Carey on CNET News.
Google wants to hack the human lifespan. Today it launched Calico, a new startup with a hazy focus on “health and well-being, in particular the challenge of aging and associated diseases.”
When heated by the Sun, hot air rises, and in its place, cooler air will blow in to fill the void, which is where we get wind. And wind is something with which Google is making a great deal of use to power the needs of its data centers and offices.
Bing will not go quietly into that good night.The latest efforts to make the distant second place search option more competitive with its arch nemesis Google include a new logo that you see to the right and plenty of other new features.It’s admirable to say the least. Will it make a difference in its battle for search market share?
It’s amazing to me that it took Yahoo so long to update its Answers property. Once a thriving Q&A network and social search site, Yahoo really let Answers go to seed. However the company announced yesterday that it was rolling out a new user-experience including mobile optimization.
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