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Microsoft Bing now lets you search for GIFs

6 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Microsoft Bing now lets you search for GIFs
Searching for the perfect animated GIF can be problematic, as most images are not named as such, and unless the search engine gives an option, they may be mixed in with non-animated images too.

Microsoft reaches out to developers with Apps for Outlook.com

6 hours ago  by Mark Wilson
Microsoft reaches out to developers with Apps for Outlook.com
At the Inbox Love event in Mountain View, CA, Microsoft revealed the latest way for developers to bring extra functionality to the user. Starting next year, Outlook.com will support third-party apps,

New research sheds light on how staff want to communicate

22 hours ago  by Sam Pudwell
New research sheds light on how staff want to communicate
According to the study, 79 per cent of UK employees in mid-market businesses believe social media integration with back-office solutions is essential to improving productivity.

Seven LinkedIn profile tips for career success

30 Oct 2014  by Anton Dominique
Seven LinkedIn profile tips for career success
From Richard Branson to Alan Sugar, the most successful business people of our time use LinkedIn. Here's our tips on how to make a premium quality profile as good as theirs.

Google gives Bookmarks a revamp with enhanced search, sharing, and more

30 Oct 2014  by Dilraj Singh
Google gives Bookmarks a revamp with enhanced search, sharing, and more
Bookmarks implementations have remained pretty static over the lifetime of the Internet. Google is changing that with 'Bookmark Manager' (formerly called Stars).

Google wants to put tiny magnets in your blood. But why?

29 Oct 2014  by Paul Cooper
Google wants to put tiny magnets in your blood. But why?
As ambitions go, Google’s ambition to cure death is pretty up there. Still, its latest moonshot project out of the secretive and experimental Google X division could bring that goal one step closer.

Samaritans Twitter app will tell your followers if it thinks you're suicidal

29 Oct 2014  by Alysia Judge
Samaritans Twitter app will tell your followers if it thinks you're suicidal
Samaritans Radar is a new free Twitter app designed to warn users whether their connections online are at risk of suicide, with the hope the network will take action.

Amazon Kindle Scout on the hunt for budding authors

29 Oct 2014  by Guy Wright
Amazon Kindle Scout on the hunt for budding authors
Amazon has launched a new publishing program called Amazon Scout that lets readers decide which new authors will get published.

Blurred lines: How do you behave online?

28 Oct 2014  by Daniel Weisbeck
Blurred lines: How do you behave online?
The lines between business and personal mobile use are blurring and the way consumers use their devices is becoming increasingly diverse. What does this mean for your brand?

Pearson preaches the power of collaboration

28 Oct 2014  by Sam Pudwell
Pearson preaches the power of collaboration
Whilst at JiveWorld 2014 we spoke to Kim England, head of internal community and collaboration at education firm Pearson PLC, about how the company has implemented Jive into its infrastructure.

Gmail messages now show up in Google search results

28 Oct 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Gmail messages now show up in Google search results
Following the release of the new “Inbox” feature last week, Gmail users have discovered that they can now search for their messages via Google Now or Google’s regular search results.