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Yandex Offers Phone Partnership Program

Russian search engine Yandex is launching a phone partnership program. “To grow its business outside of its current core market of Russia, the company launched a new partnership program to work with smartphone handset makers, where it will offer its Android launcher and browser, powered by its Yandex Zen artificial intelligence engine, as pre-loaded services, replacing products typically bundled with Google’s Android OS.”

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Yandex woos smartphone makers with AI, browser and launcher partnership programs

After successfully bringing a high-profile antitrust case against Google in Russia over bundling services with the Android OS, the country’s national search giant Yandex is trying to take its competitiveness in mobile up another notch. 1,058 more words


Phil Bradley Offers a Video on Using Yandex

Librarian and Search Guy Phil Bradley is offering training now – and has created a video about using Yandex. You don’t have to sign up to see the video; it’s embedded directly at the link and is about ten minutes long.

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Bookmarklets Aren't Dead, Just Hard to Find

I’ve tested quite a few web browsers in my time and had my favorites (Opera 12 and Flock) and my least favorites (like Internet Explorer and Chrome)  These days I’m using Chrome based browsers, such as Citrio, Yandex and Opera (I always come back) but one thing hasn’t changed much. 300 more words

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Made in Russia Self Driving Electric Minibus

Yandex announced a partnership on Wednesday with Russian truck manufacturer Kamaz, whose shareholders include the Russian government, Daimler, and the government-backed NAMI automotive research facility. 128 more words

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Russia's Google equivalent is building a self-driving shuttle

The Google equivalent in every major market where Google doesn’t really play is making a self-driving car of some kind, and Russia is the latest to join the fray. 198 more words


Yandex applies AI to filter annoying ads on Android, powered by user reports

The rise in consumer usage of ad blockers is leading to a few creative alternatives to try to achieve a ‘better relationship’ between ad tech and web browsers. 372 more words