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Texas Bar Sign Jokes About Domestic Violence

Published: 35 minutes ago | by Rich Ord

October is Domestic Violence Month, a topic one person in Austin, Texas thought would be appropriate to joke about, as evidenced by a sign he put outside at his place of employment, Minibar. The issue came to light after a woman shared a picture of the offending sign, which said “I like my beer like

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Pinterest’s ‘Promoted Pin’ Ads Make Their Debut

Published: 4 hours ago | by Josh Wolford

Today is the first day that you might see some advertisements on Pinterest.The company has just announced that their “promoted pin” test, which they announced a couple of weeks ago, has officially begun. “We wanted to let you know that we are starting our first test with promoting pins today, so you

Category: Business

Can Users Trust Google’s Knowledge Graph Results?

Published: 6 hours ago | by Chris Crum

Most of the time, Google’s Knowledge Graph is pretty good at what it does. It uses structured data to conveniently get searchers to the results for what they were actually referring to when they entered their query. This is particularly helpful in cases when names apply to multiple people or things.

Category: Searchnews

“Legend of Korra” Taking Off in New Season

Published: 7 hours ago | by Lacy Langley

The sequel to the immensely popular “Avatar: The Last Airbender” series, “The Legend of Korra“, has been running for a while now into its second season on Nickelodeon. This season, called “Book 2: Spirits”, has plenty of action, drama, and even enough politics to keep one coming back for more. The c

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Apple Reportedly Buys Cue (Formerly Greplin)

Published: 8 hours ago | by Chris Crum

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 mi

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Instagram Ads Are Here, the Salad Days Are Over

Published: 9 hours ago | by Josh Wolford

Last month, as Instagram crossed the 150 million user mark, business operations head Emily White told us that we could expect the company to start experimenting with ads some time within the next year. We didn’t really have any specifics at that point, but we assumed that when they arrived, they’d c

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Facebook Is Turning Its Campus into a Small Town

Published: 10 hours ago | by Josh Wolford

Facebook, like most large companies, hopes that its employees will eat, sleep, and breathe the job. Now, it looks like the company is taking that mantra literally – and they’re also adding drink, work out, and play to the mix. The company has announced plans to add a 630,000 sq. ft. housing communit

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