All posts by Amy Gesenhues

Halloween Google Logos: Doodle Team Scares Up Six Different Designs For Today’s Homepage

Today’s Google homepage is ready for Halloween, dressed up with six different GIFs to mark the holiday. Also known as All Hallows Eve and All Saints Eve, Halloween has been around throughout the ages, with its beginnings often credited to the Celts who celebrated the day to mark the end of...

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Chinese Search Giant Baidu Reports $2.2 Billion In Revenue For 3Q 2014

China’s leading search engine Baidu posted its 3Q 2014 earnings yesterday, reporting $2.2 billion (RMB13.520 billion) in total revenue, a 52 percent year over year increase. According to Baidu chairman and CEO Robin Li, the site’s mobile traffic surpassed PC traffic last quarter, with...

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Gmail Messages Now Showing Up In Google Searches

Since Google released its new Gmail “Inbox” feature last week, TheAndroidSoul.com reports that Gmail users can now get to their Gmail Inbox by doing a Google Now or web search. According to TheAndroidSoul.com, the following search terms resulted in Gmail showing up in search results: my...

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Video Games Added To Google’s Knowledge Graph

Google is upping its game for gamers, now including video game information in its knowledge graph. Search queries on video games will result in a knowledge graph panel that includes details like the game’s release date, supported platforms, developers, review scores and more. In a report on...

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Bing Teams Up With CNN To Let Viewers Give “Real-Time” Feedback On 2014 Election Coverage

Bing is upping its political game, announcing today a partnership with CNN where users can give “real-time feedback” on CNN’s political coverage via Bing Pulse. According to the announcement, viewers will be able to vote on CNN broadcasts during the 2014 US elections, and all the...

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SearchCap: Upcoming Google 3rd Party Policy Changes, Quixey Announces Alibaba Deal & More

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Agencies Take Note: Google Third-Party Policy Changes Coming Nov. 2014 Last month, Google rolled out an updated policy center for all advertisers. Starting in...

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Google Analytics Rolls Out New Tag Manager Tools

Google analytics launched a new set of tools for Tag Manager users, including new APIs, third-party templates and a refreshed user interface. According to Google, the new Tag Manager API lets users customize their infrastructure and better manage bulk user access. Insureandgo’s head of...

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Bing & Google Offering New Search Tools For 2014 Election Season

With the November 4th elections looming ever so near, both Bing and Google have launched search tools to help voters stay informed. From news and analysis, to predictions and voter registration information, each site is doing their part to help voters stay in-the-know during the 2014 election...

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New Google Feature Would Offer Video Chats With Doctors

According to a report from Engadget.com, Google is trying out a new way to help users diagnose whatever ailments they may be suffering, or, at least, searching. When searching for illness-related symptoms, users would see a “Talk with a doctor now” link within the Google search card....

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