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Anticipating high demand around video consumption on smartphones, the company has purchased little-known startup, which plans to launch mobile apps later this year.
Built by longtime Web search veterans, the new iPhone app is built around pointing users to things--meals, movies, books, and more--that are highly tailored to their interests.
It looks like word salad, but Nanocrowd's movie recommendation system is both unique and very good.
The Web giant picks up Clever Sense, maker of Alfred, a butler-like app that uses artificial intelligence to help customers find restaurants.
The online auction site says the acquisition will let it use Hunch's technology to make the shopping and selling experience a bit better for its customers.
CNET's Donald Bell evaluates five Web sites that provide personalized local concert recommendations based on your iTunes, Facebook, Last.fm, Slacker, or Pandora listening habits.
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Posts at MacFixIt and on the Apple discussion boards frequently discuss when it's best to use Migration Assistant for a newly purchased computer: before or after creating new accounts. Here is a quick note on using Migration Assistant that should keep
If you don't know what to watch Friday night, look no further than this list of the top movie recommendation engines on the Web. They all offer something different.