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Should Apple Move On From Google Search?

Could Apple take on Google in search? Apple has been making some rather interesting moves of late, and some of them are search-related, and lead one to wonder if Apple could legitimately give the search giant a run for its money in its core business. Do you think Apple could ever compete with Google in the search space? Share your …

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Apple Reportedly Buys Cue (Formerly Greplin)

Apple has reportedly purchased Cue, the company formerly known as Greplin, in a bid to compete with Google Now on personalized search. TechCrunch’s Alexia Tsotsis says she’s confirmed with “a person who should know” that the acquisition occurred, and that the price was between $40 million and $60 million. Greplin was intriguing in the early days of personalized search, as …

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Greplin Turns Into Cue, Adds Functionality

Personalized search service Greplin announced that it has changed its name to Cue, made some adjustments to its functionality, and is now resides at CueUp.com. Greplin let you search through many social networks, Gmail, and various other points of personal data. “In the last year, we’ve received so much feedback from our users. We’ve learned that you’re busy and you …

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Will Google Add Google Drive Content To Search?

Google finally announced the official launch of Google Drive today, after years of anticipation. What do you suppose the chances are that Google will integrate your stored files into search results when relevant? We asked Google if they have such plans. “We have nothing to announce at this time,” a Google spokesperson tells us. Not exactly a no. Think about …

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Greplin Search Now Indexes Google Chat

Greplin, the personalized search tool that lets you add data from your personal sources, has a new feature. Now, Greplin indexes Google chats. The company said in a blog post: Now you can search for your chats the same way you search for a Gmail Message. You’ll see results mixed in with the “Messages” results. This won’t happen automatically. To …

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