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More Countries Reportedly Getting New Google SERPs

Earlier this month, Google began rolling out a redesigned look for its search results pages. The biggest change was that they moved some navigational features and search filtering options from the left-hand side of the screen to above the search results. When Google announced it, the company said it was first rolling out in the U.S. and that they would …

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Here’s Another Possibility For Yahoo’s New Homepage

We recently looked at a new Yahoo homepage that was reported to be in the process of a slow roll-out, but we haven’t seen much more about it over the past month or so. The design was somewhat different, but it did keep a lot of the same elements of the current homepage. Now, All Things D is sharing a …

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Google Changes Up The Search Results Page

As previously reported, more and more people have started to see the new look for Google’s search results pages. Essentially, Google has moved the search filtering options from the left-hand side of the screen to above the search results, freeing up more white space (both to the left and to the right of the main search results) in the process. …

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Delicious Has Another New Design, And It Doesn’t Look Like Pinterest

Delicious just unveiled a preview of “the brand new Delicious”. It seems like just a year ago that we were seeing a brand new Delicious. I guess that didn’t pan out very well. I’m just glad they don’t have all those dots in their name anymore. You can check out the new site at demo.delicious.com. At least it doesn’t look …

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More Users Getting Google Results Pages With Search Filters At The Top

Google has been testing a version of its search results pages for quite some time, which show the search filters at the top of the results, rather than on the left. Here’s what the test looks like: And a zoomed out version to show the white space: As opposed to the old version: TechCrunch reports that a lot of people …

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Imgur Launches Major Update, Looks To Rely Less On Sites Like Reddit

Imgur has unveiled its biggest update to date, seeking to make Imgur more of a destination site and less of just a place where people upload photos to share elsewhere (though this shouldn’t be a problem either). “The upgrade means images and memes can spread even faster,” a spokersperson for Imgur tells WebProNews. “Where sharing on Facebook may elicit a …

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Wikipedia Gives Its Mobile Site New Type, Layout

Free online encyclopedia Wikipedia has just announced a major redesign to their mobile site, which brings features that have been tested in beta to the masses. This includes a navigational update to help with content exploration and a typographical update to help with readability. “The new navigation system is designed to make mobile features and settings more discoverable, paving the …

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The New StumbleUpon Is Out Of Beta, Lists Come To The Toolbars

Last month, StumbleUpon launched a big redesign in beta. Today, the beta ends. 100,000 users were already using the beta, and now all StumbleUpon users will get the new version. A company spokesperson tells WebProNews that during the beta, the two major things StumbleUpon focused on were adding “Add to List” controls to its browser extensions, and improvements to the …

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Google News Gets Some Layout Adjustments

Google is rolling out some new features to Google News search, including click-to-expand news results clusters, more multimedia and some updates to the layout. “Last year we updated Google News to make it easier for you to scan for stories that are interesting to you and let you dig deeper when you find them,” said product manager Rudy Galfi in …

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Foursquare “Reinvents Local Search” with New Homepage

Earlier, we told you that Foursquare was planning a new homepage that would put the focus on search and open up their personalized recommendations to everyone – even if they aren’t a member of the Foursquare community. And now, the new Foursquare.com is live for everyone. According to the company, it will “reinvent local search” by allowing anyone to utilize …

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Here’s What Yahoo’s Homepage Is About To Look Like [Report]

Yahoo is reportedly rolling out a new redesign to its homepage. It’s not dramatically different, but it’s different. Business Insider has gotten ahold of a couple of screen shots. Here’s the one showing what it looks like above the fold: For comparison, here’s what the old/current version looks like: The most noticeable element is the disappearance of the Yahoo Trends …

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Here’s What Wendy’s Is About To Look Like

Wendy’s is undergoing a transformation it says is aimed at “energizing the brand and dramatically improving the customer experience.” This includes a new logo that will debut in March. “Key initiatives of the transformation include reinventing the restaurant environment, unveiling a new logo, a successful new advertising campaign, additions to the Mobile Nutrition App and continuing to launch new and …

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