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Back in late November I blogged about the direction of online search and where would it go from here, and as a testament to how rapidly things change in the online world we already have an answer from Google about where they want to take things. Google Goggles is a new search service offered on mobile phones running Google's phone operating system, Android. Google Goggles allows...

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Microsoft has announced the signed deal with Twitter and Facebook to effectively integrate status updates into the Bing search results. This will definitely move it closer to providing real-time search capabilities. Although search engine giants, Google are already showing Twitter and Facebook results, Bing will be stepping up and offering the entire public Twitter stream. So how will the Twitter search results work on Bing? Here...

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Reports on the official Facebook blog claim that it now serves more more than 300 million people around the world. What does this mean? To put this into context, the entire US population is just over 304 million and more than 12 times the population of Australia. Not only that, it is also collecting more revenue than it is currently spending on maintaining the site. Mark Zuckerberg said...

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Today it was announced that the social media giant Facebook has set out to acquire FriendFeed their nearest competitor. The cost for the acquisition of the competitor has been set at 50 million US dollars. 15 million being paid upfront and the rest made up in Facebook company shares. Friendfeed is very much like facebooks little brother with the exception of a few beneficial features like: - An...

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Social networking web sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and Windows Live Spaces are services provided for individual internet users to meet and connect with others to share photos, videos and personal messages online. As these social networking sites grow in popularity, the risks of using them for the individual do too. All internet users are aware of spammers, hackers, people viruses, criminals and identity frauds and...

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Yes that's right, there are people out there being sacked for surfing on Facebook. This time it happened in Switzerland. A woman took time off work because she could not work in front of the computer and needed rest in bed. Coincidently the employer found out she was on Facebook and took action from there because she had broken the trust between the company. "This abuse of...

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When the term 'online fraud' is mentioned - most would probably associate this with monetary transactions that occur over the internet. Now, as social media websites grow in popularity, a new type on online fraud is emerging. Online impersonation essentially involves 'stealing' someones identity and portraying them in an online capacity. This is the conundrum facing the online media world. With millions of users adding their...

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Does the following scenario sound familiar to you? You are in the middle of another 50 hour week, your boss breathing down your neck and you have more deadlines looming than you can remember! You decide to take a quick break by logging into your Facebook account to have a look at the latest photos you have been tagged in. You inconspicuously turn your computer screen out...

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U.S. President Barack Obama's historic electoral win can, in many ways, be attributed to his use of social media marketing and the influence these tools had in converting online friends into votes. US President Barack Obama was able to successfuly leverage social media marketing tools to remain relevant and convey his message to the American people. Now, the US President enters the White House with...

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The popularity of social networking system Facebook has been put to use to benefit the whole community (rather than just used for stalking ex-partners), by the New Zealand police force. A burgler in a local establishment was overheating in the small room which held the safe, so he took his mask off. When the surveillance cameras captured an image of his face, the police turned to...

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