All posts by Amy Gesenhues

Yummly Partners With DuckDuckGo To Serve Up Recipes For The Growing Search Engine

Yummly announced today it will be powering the results for recipe searches performed on DuckDuckGo, the search engine built on protecting the privacy of its users. “Yummly’s technology understands recipe search queries and we’ve worked together to create a great recipe instant...

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Doodle 4 Google Winner Awarded $30,000 Scholarship & Spot On Google’s Homepage

Today’s Google logo is an illustration by eleven-year old Audrey Azhang, this year’s Doodle 4 Google winner. In response to the question, “What would you invent to make the world a better place?” more than 100,000 Google Doodle contest entries were received from students in...

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After 5 Years In Dispute, Greece Approves Google Maps Street View Images

ABC.com reported yesterday that Google Maps has launched street view images in Greece. According to the story, Greece authorities blocked Google Maps Street Views five years ago because of privacy issues. According to ABC.com: Company officials said the service went live after extensive and...

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Bing Now Accepting Entries For Its 2014 Homepage Photo Contest

Bing announced on its Facebook page that it is currently accepting entries for its 2014 homepage photo contest. Coinciding with its 5th birthday, Bing is asking for photo submissions to be uploaded via a link it has posted on Facebook: It’s been 5 years since we launched Bing. To celebrate, we’re...

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Finding New Music On Bing Just Got Easier

Bing announced today it has updated the way it delivers music video search results. According to the announcement, people search for music videos differently than when they are searching for other types of videos: When we examined search session data, we realized that when people search for music...

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Bing Celebrates Its 5th Birthday With A Walk Down Memory Lane & Extra Search Reward Credits

To celebrate its 5th birthday today, Bing has posted a retrospective of the last five years and is offering Bing Reward credit perks for any users who search on the site between now and June 9. Going all the way back to 2009, Microsoft’s search engine outlined its initial goals of leveraging...

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