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Google Patents Non-Payment Event POS Terminal ID Method

Google Patents Non-Payment Event POS Terminal ID Method

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Google has been awarded a new patent for a method to identify the geolocation of point-of-sale (POS) terminals without the need for payment event data. Filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) under patent number “US20180225645,” the method was tested on an unnamed device and used to scan for ‘preselected’ events. Those events are cataloged with an ‘account system’ designed to count them to a pre-specified threshold. The geolocation of those events is then used to pinpoint specific POS terminals in order to prep the system to rapidly deliver additional “content” to users if they happen to enter one of those locations. That’s accomplished by saving locations to the account upon entry so that when the user decides to use the terminal, the location-discovery po
EBay releases Image Search API to developers

EBay releases Image Search API to developers

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Dive Brief: Online giant eBay announced it is releasing an Image Search API that will allow external developers to use eBay's image recognition technology for their own uses to help drive more listing, selling and buying activity through the online marketplace, according to an eBay blog post. EBay also said that Wikibuy, developer of a mobile app and Google Chrome extension for making quick price comparisons, is among the first to use the Image Search API to create a new "eBay visual search feature" for its mobile app.  In addition to Image Search API, eBay has unveiled a Machine Translation API that enables English-to-Mandarin machine-driven translations for item title and description, and Mandarin-to-English translations for search queries. The company
Using Google Trends for SEO and Content Legal Marketing

Using Google Trends for SEO and Content Legal Marketing

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Wednesday, August 15, 2018 Law firms without dedicated personnel — either in-house or an outside agency — to perform in-depth keyword research and search trends may find it increasingly difficult to stay on top of the online search behavior of prospects and ideas for generating content that will speak to these prospects. That’s where Google Trends comes in. Google Trends is a fantastic tool for gaining valuable insights into search trends relevant to your practice area, and can help you generate ideas for content for your blog, website, and social media. Plus, you don’t need an engineering degree to use it — it’s simple! Here are some ways law firms can use Google Trends: Keyword comparison. If you’re a
Ford Ranger Raptor Could Come To U.S. If Patent Filings Are…

Ford Ranger Raptor Could Come To U.S. If Patent Filings Are…

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The Ford Ranger Raptor debuted back in February, just not for the U.S. market. Since then we’ve seen a left-hand drive Ranger Raptor with manufacturer license plates rolling on American soil. We’ve seen coy “what if” messages from Ford about the high-performance truck that allude to a North American presence. Now, the folks at Ranger5g.com may have uncovered definitive proof that a U.S. Spec baby Raptor is coming. Patent filings in Australia are said to show a different Raptor design than what the manufacturer’s Australian website shows. That alone isn’t damning evidence, but the filing also lists a U.S. patent application number for the Ranger Raptor. Now that’s interesting. Read all about the Ranger: The number is 29/634999 and before you go hammeri
The Dow just registered its longest stint in correction ter…

The Dow just registered its longest stint in correction ter…

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average notched a dubious distinction on Wednesday, as U.S. equity benchmarks fell firmly lower. The blue-chip benchmark failed to move 10% above the closing low hit earlier in the year (something that appears increasingly unlikely in current trade), and has now spent the longest period in correction territory—131 trading sessions—since the 223 sessions in 1961, according to Dow Jones Mar
How to Stay Safe and Secure on Instagram

How to Stay Safe and Secure on Instagram

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Instagram is great for sharing photos and videos, but it’s important to protect your account from scammers and prying eyes. These nine tips can help. August 15, 2018 7:00AM EST August 15, 2018 PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Instagram is a great way to share filtered snapshots of life's highlights, but like anything on the internet, it has attracted its share of bad actors, from online harassment to hackers and scammers. Don't let that scare you away from the Facebook-owned social network, though. Instagram has introduced a number of features intended to secure your account; here are nine ways you can make yours safer. Zoomd News
11 Things You Must Know About Google’s 200 Ranking Factors

11 Things You Must Know About Google’s 200 Ranking Factors

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