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Bing Gives Image Search A Makeover

Bing Gives Image Search A Makeover

By Chris Crum September 19, 2014

Microsoft announced that it’s rolling out a new user experience for Bing Image Search, which adapts based on query, resolution, and interaction. Here’s what it looks like: Image results will now expand to the full width of the screen, and …

LinkedIn Sales Navigator Gets Official Mobile Launch LinkedIn Sales Navigator Gets Official Mobile Launch

LinkedIn recently unveiled a big redesign of its Sales Navigator tool on the web, promising mobile apps in the future. Earlier this month, it looked like the future was here for iOS users as the app became available in the …

Microsoft Initiates Another Round Of Layoffs Microsoft Initiates Another Round Of Layoffs

Microsoft announced a couple months ago that it would reduce its overall workforce by up to 18,000 jobs over the course of the next year, and that of those, 12,500 would be related to its acquisition of Nokia assets. The …

Etsy Teams Up With American Express Etsy Teams Up With American Express

It’s only September, but it’s certainly not too early to be thinking about Small Business Saturday if you are in fact a small business. Etsy, which gives many small businesses a marketplace to sell their goods, announced on Thursday that …

U2's Edge Has Quote of the Week over Apple Deal U2's Edge Has Quote of the Week over Apple Deal

It’s only Thursday, but U2 lead guitarist Edge has already won quote-of-the-week. It comes in an upcoming interview with Time (paywall), via Re/code. Here’s what Edge had to say concerning the recent deal with Apple that saw the company push …

Cisco Announces Plans To Acquire Memoir Systems Cisco Announces Plans To Acquire Memoir Systems

Cisco announced its intent to acquire privately held Memoir Systems, which develops semiconductor memory intellectual property and tools for ASIC vendors to build programmable network switches. This is the second acquisition announcement from Cisco in as many days. On Wednesday, …

Amazon Buys .Buy Domain for $4.6 Million Amazon Buys .Buy Domain for $4.6 Million

In yeah that makes a lot of sense news, Amazon has reportedly purchased the highly-coveted new .buy top level domain, and apparently the company beat out Google in the process. Domain Name Wire reports that Amazon bought the .buy domain …

Uber, Lyft Reportedly Killing Taxi Business in SF Uber, Lyft Reportedly Killing Taxi Business in SF

One narrative for the influx of on-demand car services hitting cities across the country follows as such: plucky startups like Lyft and Uber are constantly fighting a battle with taxi companies, the old guard, who seek to unfairly regulate these …

Gartner: 3/4 Mobile Apps Unsecure Through 2015 Gartner: 3/4 Mobile Apps Unsecure Through 2015

In general, we shouldn’t consider mobile apps particularly secure for the foreseeable future. That is if Gartner is correct in its latest analysis. The firm said this week that over 75% of mobile apps will fail basic security tests through …

Google Apps Lets Users Install Apps Without Admins Google Apps Lets Users Install Apps Without Admins

Google announced on Wednesday that employees of Google Apps-using businesses and organizations can now install apps from the Google Apps Marketplace without having to involve the administrator. In the past, admins were required to install the apps , so this …

Cisco Announces Metacloud Acquisition Plans Cisco Announces Metacloud Acquisition Plans

Cisco just announced that it intends to acquire private cloud company Metacloud to accelerate its own “intercloud” strategy. Metacloud says the deal will not affect users’ environments, and that it already has account reps reaching out to customers to answer …

Twitter Execs Are Too Baked to Run the Company? Twitter Execs Are Too Baked to Run the Company?

Peter Thiel, Billionaire investor and co-founder of PayPal, thinks the folks over at Twitter should probably lay off the pot. In an interview with CNBC, Thiel called the company “horribly mismanaged” and said that it’s hard to evaluate its potential …

Yelp Pays FTC $450K After Child Privacy Violation Yelp Pays FTC $450K After Child Privacy Violation

Yelp reached a settlement with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over the violation of child privacy law. The company had enabled kids under 13 (some even 9 and under reportedly) to sign up for its service, collecting their email addresses …

IBM Announces Watson Analytics For Businesses IBM Announces Watson Analytics For Businesses

IBM announced Watson Analytics, a natural language-based service to give businesses instant access to predictive and visual analytics tools. The company calls it the biggest announcement it’s made in a decade as an analytics provider. Here’s a look: The first …

Conan Checks In With Minecraft Inventor Conan Checks In With Minecraft Inventor

The big news on Monday was that Microsoft is buying Mojang, the company behind the hugely popular Minecraft, for $2.5 billion. Naturally, the subject came up on Conan, who checked in with the inventor of the game to see how …

Restaurants: An Industry Of Opportunity Restaurants: An Industry Of Opportunity

This post brought to you by National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation. The content and opinions expressed below are that of WebProNews. The U.S. labor market is getting stronger, and the restaurant industry is leading the way. It’s providing jobs, upward …

Netflix Launches In Germany Following French Debut Netflix Launches In Germany Following French Debut

On Monday, Netflix launched in France, and on Tuesday, the company followed that with a launch in Germany. Guten Morgen! Netflix ist in Deutschland. Und ganz bald auch in Österreich und der Schweiz http://t.co/tB2FeUUW6n pic.twitter.com/HMO2WtrdqF — NetflixDE (@NetflixDE) September 16, …