Search Engine News Updates: April 12-17-2010

Welcome to another weekly edition of Search and Social updates where the online gold rush of 2010 is gathering pace with the emergence of new social powerhouse called Twitter paving its way in to search and advertising market to shake up the treasure chest of Internet Goliath Google! Another rival Bing also announced real-time search feeds from Twitter, besides Google made some enhancements to the Google docs, as well as many more interesting Search Engine Optimization news from across the web…
Google Labs Unveils Nested Labels And Message Sneak Peak In Gmail

Search behemoth Google Inc., last weekend added two new really cool handy new features worth checking out on Gmail Labs — Nested Labels and Message Sneak Peak, these two features empowers you to create a hierarchy or tree of labels…

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Microsoft Bundles Bing Shopping With New Features

Software maker Microsoft Corp., has just bundled its Bing Shopping with some enhancements to product categories and navigation, which allows you to go to the part of the “catalog” to find the product you are looking for, in order to kick up a notch the shopping experience for end users…

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Google Adds Exciting New Features To Docs — Takes Aim At Microsoft

In a fervent bid to dethrone Microsoft Office as the software giant prepares to launch the latest version of its Office software suite next month, Google Inc. on Monday at its inaugural Atmosphere 2010 Cloud Computing conference, announced the addition of cool new features to Google Docs, that…

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Online Ad Innovator Unearths AdWords Goldmine In Twitter

Like an ancient puzzle, the acumen to making money from Internet social media has obsessed, and frustrated, Web entrepreneurs for years. Paid search advertising innovator Bill Gross, uncovered a goldmine on Monday that aims to make money by allowing people using Twitter…

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Google Plucks UK’s Visual-Search Startup Plink

Google has snapped up another company this month to its shopping cart, and this time it is U.K.-based Plink, which will help beef-up its visual search capabilities. The search engine titan early this week has acquired Plink, the owner of PlinkArt, a visual-search engine that…

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Microsoft Announces Social Mobile Handset “Kin”

Barely six months after taking initiative into the phone market, hoping to lure the Facebook and Twitter crowds, software behemoth Microsoft on Tuesday took a giant leap into the phone market by launching its first mobile handset “Kin,” designed specifically for…

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Bing Rolls Out New Real-Time Twitter Search Feeds

Software maker Microsoft’s Bing on Wednesday announced that it has started rolling out a new feature called Social Search, designed to make real-time Twitter feeds an inherent part of the searching experiences of…

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Google Revamps Gmail Window For Android, iPhone, iPad

In a bid to trounce its rivals, search leader Google is carrying on its slow and steady march of improvements to its web-based version of Gmail for the Android, iPhone and now iPad platforms. On Tuesday, the company pushed out a handful of minor modifications to the way Gmail.com…

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Google Unveiled Two New Twitter Search Feature

Ever since the advent of real-time search lately, search engine behemoth Google has released two fascinating new features for its real-time search, one that enables users to access whatever data is needed from…

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Google Enriches Gmail With Drag And Drop Attachments

Google’s free mail service rolled out a couple of nifty, but useful Gmail updates on Thursday. Internet search giant on its Official Gmail Blog announced the introduction of a drag and drop feature to its popular webmail service…

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Yahoo! Movies Unveils Fresh List Of Top 100 Must-See Films

Do you think you are a movie buff who has seen all the classics? — Yahoo! Movies, one of the prominent movies websites, has released today its list of “100 Movies to See Before You Die: The Modern Classics,” arranged chronologically and they are all notably familiar from awards circuit coverage focused on the last 20 years of cinema from Hollywood and beyond…

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