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Facebook's New Search Engine and its Information Bubble

Social network Facebook is testing the application's built-in search, through which it will be possible to insert a link to update the status without the use of search services such as Google. Some users of the official Facebook got the app button "Add link", which opens the search box of articles...

Russia Goes to Arctic Expedition Once Again.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree on the allocation of more than 205 million rubles to ensure the work of the drifting station "North Pole", according to the press service of the government. - The federal budget allocated a subsidy of 205 mln rubles (about $4 mln) for the...

Austria’s Banking System

Austria's savings bank framework is experiencing traumatic rebuilding. This has been constrained upon it by the legacy of the money related to emergency and by the dynamic evacuation of sovereign and sub-sovereign certifications to follow EU enactment. In this way, we have seen the disappointments...

Things To Watch Out For In Fed Meet

Try not to expect any get flags out of this meeting about the timing of the Federal Reserve's first rate increment. The national bank has made clear it won't begin moving rates at its two-day approach meeting this week. Director Janet Yellen is not holding a public interview and national bank...

Uber joins the fray to buy HERE Maps

Competition for Nokia HERE intensifies Nokia HERE Maps, which has been put for sale from the last month, has got a new bidder in Uber.   The rideshare app service company is planning to transition into a logistics company and has taken a decision to move away from its dependency on Google...

India closer to passing GST Bill

A common tax norm for the country is beneficial as it will step an inch closer to uniform tax implementations   The Indian government is inching closer to pass a common goods and services tax (GST) inance ministers from 15 states were meeting Thursday to discuss the next steps for a, a day...

Google Apps to Help Traders Analyze Financial Markets Data

The American company SunGard Data Systems will use Google’s software to provide traders with a deep analysis of the data from financial markets, reports Bloomberg. The company claims that the technologies that provide job search and Google mail service Gmail, can handle up to 6 billion commercial...

Greece blames creditors for bailout standoff

The Greek Tragedy continues to unravel with the impasse on bailout Embroiled in the bailout controversy, Greece has now squarely blamed its creditors for the three month impasse.   The government has said that “serious disagreements and contradictions” between the International Monetary Fund...

Arizona Public Service ranks amongst the top 10 Solar Utilities in the U.S in 2014

The Arizona Public Service has been placed amongst the top 5 solar utilities in the U.S by the Solar Electric Power Association. The Solar Electric Power Association (SEPA) has named Arizona Public Service (APS) as the customer who has invested the most megawatts into solar energy in 2014. It is...

Nepal: Disaster after Disaster

After the earthquake, Nepal, experiences a shortage of everything, and first of all - clean water. Without an increase in aid it could start "disaster after disaster," points out UNICEF. A few days after a major earthquake in Nepal, clashes among the population over the water have begun. According...
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