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Displaying items by tag: Social Search

SugarCRM has announced the release of SugarCRM Hint, the first product in its Relationship Intelligence product line.

Published in Business Software
Thursday, 31 March 2011 16:31

Google seeks more logins with +1

Google tries really hard to keep track of you. Its latest weapon: social search recommendations through a new feature called +1.

Monday, 16 February 2009 16:13

Twitter is for the chattering classes

I never thought I would waste the time of day on a social network but Twitter was just so damned easy to get up and running that I thought why the heck not. It's still too early to tell whether this online ecosystem really is a writer's dream as some journalists claim but the signs are promising.

Published in Market
Talk of a new search engine being launched these days is likely to cause a roll of the eyes and thoughts of oh no, not another Google wannabe. However, the OneRiot social search engine does lay claim to one major point of difference - freshness and relevance of search results. So where's the difference?

Published in Home Tech
A survey a study by Bulldog Reporter and TEKgroup International, Inc. shows how journalists are increasing their usage of Web 2.0 technologies to research, follow and report news and features.

Published in A Meaningful Look
Wednesday, 20 August 2008 17:53

Yahoo! tells Digg and Reddit to Buzz off

It has taken Yahoo! six months to recruit, it claims, 5 million users for the Buzz social news service which has now finally opened its doors to all comers for the first time. Should Digg and Reddit be worried?

Published in Home Tech
Social media is meant to break the news, but of late has been making the news instead. Hot on the heels of Google apparently walking away from a potential $200 million acquisition of Digg, comes the news that one of the old men of social media might be heading back into the spotlight with the launch of del.icio.us 2.0

Published in Networking
Tuesday, 01 July 2008 06:07

How the new Digg Recommendation Engine works

Filtering the 16,000 new entries on Digg every day is an impossible task, for a human. However, the Digg Recommendation Engine can do it for you by analysing your past activity and revealing what Diggers Like You have been looking at...

Published in Home Tech




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