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The Conversation: How Google Street View became fertile ground for artists

The Conversation: How Google Street View became fertile ground for artists. “On May 25, Google Street View celebrates its 10th birthday. A feature of Google Maps, it lets users explore cities and towns around the world – and even peer inside businesses and government institutions (including the White House). 67 more words

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SEO Roundtable: Google Might Publish On SEO Myths; Asks For Topics

SEO Roundtable: Google Might Publish On SEO Myths; Asks For Topics . “We’ve seen over the years between Matt Cutts, John Mueller, Gary Illyes and other Googlers that they go off for periods of time debunking SEO/Google myths. 24 more words

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Phys.org: China shuts some live streaming sites, punishes companies

Phys.org: China shuts some live streaming sites, punishes companies . “Chinese authorities have punished dozens of companies involved in live online broadcasting and shut down 10 platforms for showing content that was pornographic, related to gambling or involved content considered superstitious and harmful to minors.”

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ARC: Microsoft And Google Are At The Start Of An Epic AI Arms Race

ARC: Microsoft And Google Are At The Start Of An Epic AI Arms Race. “Artificial intelligence, driven through the increased power and ubiquity of the cloud, is poised to change how all human business and behavior are performed. 42 more words

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Wired: How Instagram Explore Became the Realest Place on the Web

Wired: How Instagram Explore Became the Realest Place on the Web. “EVERYBODY KNOWS INSTAGRAM is where you present your best self. There’s no better place for the perfect ‘candid’ photo that required four hours and two umbrella lights. 43 more words

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Washington Post: Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff

Washington Post: Google now knows when its users go to the store and buy stuff. “Google will begin using data from billions of credit and debit card transactions — including card numbers, purchase amounts and time stamps — to solve the advertising juggernaut’s long-standing quest to prove that online ads prompt consumers to make purchases in brick-and-mortar stores, the company said on Tuesday.”

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