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Google reportedly to add ‘buy’ buttons to mobile search results

If you search for something on Google, does that mean you want to buy it? Maybe. At least that appears to be the idea behind buy buttons, a new feature the Wall Street Journal says will start rolling out in the next few weeks. With a one-click way to purchase what you search for, Google plants its foot

 
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Your Smartphone Could be Tracking You Every 3 Minutes, Study Says

Smartphone apps regularly collect large amounts of data on users’ locations, sometimes as often as every three minutes, new research suggests. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University conducted a study where they asked 23 people to use their Android smartphones normally, and tracked location data requests from each device with specially designed software, the Wall Street

 
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Pinterest Search Now Knows If You’re Male Or Female

Pinterest’s efforts to attract more men to its social bookmarking got a thorough airing in the Wall Street Journal today. It’s definitely worth a read, but to summarize briefly the company is still struggling with the perception that it’s a mostly female zone. With comScore estimating that women made up 71% of Pinterest’s 72.5 million

 
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Google Glass Powered By Intel? Rumors Point To New Chipset Maker For Wearable Tech Product

Intel is preparing to provide a chipset for Google Glass. That rumor, reported by the Wall Street Journal, arrives just weeks after it was reported that Google may be abandoning its first foray into fully emerged wearable technology. “Presumably, Intel would not get involved if Glass was a dying product,” said Scott Strawn, an analyst with IDC. “The really

 
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Snapchat’s New Ads Will Allow Marketers To Purchase Untargeted, Vanishing Placements

The insanely popular temporary photo and video sharing network Snapchat is on the verge of monetizing the service according to CEO Evan Spiegel. Since turning down Facebook’s roughly $3 billion dollar, the social network has been valued near $10 billion dollars, but has yet to capitalize through advertising. According to the Wall Street Journal, the

 
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