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Yext looks to help businesses make their information more searchable by machines
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 Yext has been known for helping businesses get all their information (like location, business hours, and such) lined up correctly on the right apps and websites — and now it’s looking to make sure the rest of the pitch is right across the Internet. Yext, which went public earlier this year, said it is launching a feature called knowledge tags to help businesses make their websites… Read More [...]
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The iPhone X reveals why Tim Cook was so mad about Palm
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 At the unveiling of Apple’s new flagship smartphone yesterday, the iPhone X, CEO Tim Cook said it was something the company’s staff had been working on for a decade. The new interface looks fluid and intuitive. But it also — if you’ve been smartphone watching for long enough — engenders a distinct feeling of déjà vu… Read More [...]
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Ahead of iPhone X day, Samsung teases 2018 foldable phone launch plan
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 As Apple prepares to unbox its new iPhones, Samsung has teased that it’s aiming to launch a smartphone with a foldable screen next year… Read More [...]
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Don’t count on any Apple fireworks on Wall Street next week
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 Barring Apple coming out with a delayed launch date for the next-generation iPhone, the guts of which are basically laid out on the Internet already, Apple’s shares are probably not going to see the kinds of explosive activity you might expect around something as hyped as a massive iPhone revision. Instead, Wall Street — which has spent months and months modeling Apple’s… Read More [...]
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Twitter has an unlaunched tweetstorm feature
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 Subverting the 140 character limit by chaining tweets together into a cohesive “tweetstorm” takes some know-how, or you’ll screw it up. Luckily Twitter has built but not yet launched a feature for easily composing tweetstorms. Hidden inside the current Android app is a way to write out a tweetstorm and see it broken into distinct tweets, then tweet them all at once. By… Read More [...]
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And now the names of Apple’s new iPhones look to have leaked…
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 We are but days away from the event of the Apple calendar year when the company pulls the curtain up on new iPhone models. And yet the leaks keep coming.  Read More [...]
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Animated 3D emoji coming to iPhone 8 per iOS 11 firmware leak
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 Another iPhone 8 leak ahead of Apple’s fall event next Tuesday when it’s official expected to unveil its new flagships: 9to5Mac has been digging through the Golden Master build of iOS 11, and pulled out a few new nuggets of intel about the incoming top of the range iPhone (code-named D22). Read More [...]
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Samsung is selling Note8 pre-orders faster than any Note before it
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 In the aftermath of the Note 7 debacle, many wondered whether the Note line was done for good. It seems that the latest iteration — despite carrying a high starting price of $930 — has delivered a win for the folks at Samsung. Today, they announced that its pace for U.S. pre-orders of the Note8 have eclipsed those of every other Note release to date. Read More [...]
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