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  1. If watching half the galaxy's population dissolve into dust with Thanos' snap in 2018's 'Avengers: Infinity War' was too much for you to handle, then you might want to stay away from Google's 'Avengers: Endgame' Easter egg. Users looking up “Thanos” on either the desktop or mobile web version of Google will be met with Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet in the top right corner of the information box. No, it's not there for representational purposes. You can literally click/ tap it and see, well, half of the search results dissolve into dust. Drop whatever it is that you're doing and check it out. Heck, Google will even give you an updated count on the search results. The count declines from about 90 million to measly 45 million. It's really cool. BTW, 'Avengers: Endgame' is out now in theatres across the country. If you couldn't get a hold on the tickets, then check out how you can stay away from the spoilers here.
  2. Revenue from services was a major contributing factor in Apple's revenue growth even though iPhone sales have plateaued in various countries. However, according to the latest estimates by Goldman Sachs, Apple received a lot of money from the search engine giant to remain the default search engine of Apple's Safari browser. An analyst for Goldman Sachs wrote in a note to investors: “Apple will need to add mid to high single digits growth back to Services revenues through successful launch of the 'Apple Prime' bundle including original video that we expect to be rolled out this Spring/Summer.” Estimates tell us that Google paid Apple anywhere near $9 and $10 billion which is a lot of money to spend to remain as a default search engine. Having said that, Apple is probably one of the biggest source of traffic for Google and in order to maintain those numbers, Google has to pay Apple a substantial amount every year. To put things into perspective, Apple accounts for roughly half of all mobile revenue and traffic. The payment basically ensures that Google remains as the default search engine on every iOS device. Apple is in a very good position where the company can demand more money over the years. Apple can obviously approach other search engine websites like Bing if Google choses not to pay the price in the future. This payment ensures Google will continue as the default search provider on iOS devices rather than a rival search engine. The downside to the agreement is that Apple can continue to push prices up each year and, if Google ever refuses to pay the amount, the Cupertino firm can simply approach a rival such as Microsoft and make Bing the default search engine. This is pure profit for Apple as the company's install base is increasing to grow even though sales of iPhones may have staggered.
  3. Last week, we all witnessed a harrowing incident where the plane of the Argentine footballer, Emiliano Sala disappeared from the radar over the English channel. After the police called off the rescue operation, now comes the ray of hope as a private search has been initiated to find the missing footballer. Sala had made his dream come true, of playing in the Premier League, as he made a move to Cardiff City from Nantes just a day before the incident took place. Days after the authorities called off the search for the Argentine, David Mearns led a private search for the missing plane and affirmed that there is a “very good chance” of finding the aircraft. © Reuters Approximately Rs 2.5 crores($3,40,000) have been raised till now, including a number of Rs 24 lakh ($34,000) by the French World Cup star Kylian Mbappe, to a crowdfunding campaign aimed at funding a private search mission for the missing aircraft. Along with him, many famous footballers like Adrien Rabiot (PSG) and Marseille's Dmitri Payet have also donated sizeable amounts to support the initiative. Talking of David Mearns, he is an American-born marine scientist and shipwreck-hunting specialist and confirmed that a survey vessel, equipped with state-of-the-art search equipment has been mobilized and will conduct an underwater search for the plane this weekend. © Reuters Though there's no guarantee of them to be found, Sala's family is determined to do everything they possibly can through the support they have in the football community and through family and friends. Many stars involving Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona have raised their concern over the continuation of the Argentines Aircraft. On 20th February, 28-year-old Emiliano Sala arrived in Cardiff to sign a deal for a club record fee which is not disclosed but is suspected to be around 15 Million Euros. Later he went back to Nantes, to bid farewell to his former teammates, and was on his way to Cardiff when the incident occurred, where the pilot David Ibbotson lost contact with Jersey air traffic control as it made its way over the English Channel. With private funding and underwater search in progress, let's hope Cardiff City finds their beloved new signing.
  4. waqas dar

    plugin (BIM43) Quick Search

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    (BIM42) Quick Search Features: This plugin provides a search form that will search for any content with autocomplete and show results with icons for applications: Downloads, Forums (Theme Sketches Required), Pages, Gallery, Videobox and Musicbox. Settings: Enable / disable the plugin. Permissions for user groups. Results Max. Find incomplete words Find results: only the titles Content | Names of publications and bodies Search mode: AND / OR The default setting is the type of global page search. Show the category, the author in the search results.
  5. If you thought India's Parliament sessions are hilarious and that nothing can come even remotely close to them, wait till you hear this. Recently, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was summoned by US lawmakers, in a House Judiciary Committee hearing, for a grilling session. Of the gazillion questions thrown at him, there was one that gave the world a new face for the word 'idiot'. A congresswoman, Zoe Lofgren, asked Sundar Pichai on why US President Donald Trump's image pops up when someone searches for 'idiot'. She asked, "If you Google the word 'idiot' under images, a picture of Donald Trump comes up. How would that happen? How does search work so that that would occur?" She said that she just searched that and further asked if this was a case of intentional bias and manipulation. For all those who managed to control your laughter till the end of this question, proudly pat your backs. © Reuters Pichai, with a face as straight as a line, tried to explain them how the big tech companies work, how Google indexes webpages and how the algorithms function by taking into account various factors like relevance, popularity, keywords and more. CONGRESS: "When I type in the word 'idiot' images of Donald Trump appear." GOOGLE: "Yeah, we told you it works." #GoogleHearing pic.twitter.com/SMofyukcdd — Mrs. Betty Bowers (@BettyBowers) December 11, 2018 "So, it's not some little man sitting behind the curtain figuring out what we're going to show the user. It's basically a compilation of what users are generating, and trying to sort through that information?" the congresswoman further asks. To which, Sundar Pichai further explains how they don't manually intervene in any particular search result. We don't know if they were convinced with this answer, but this entire session only shows how little the lawmakers know about how internet and technology works.
  6. Google pays Apple more than $9 billion a year to be the default search engine on the iPhone. Apple CEO Tim Cook defended Apple's position for accepting billions of dollars from Google saying, “it is the best search engine for iOS users” © Youtube Google has been accused of a number of privacy issues such as storing location data even when users opted out. Google also shut down Google+ last month as over 500,000 accounts were breached. When asked about it, Cook told HBO, "I think their search engine is the best. Look at what we've done with the controls we've built in. We have private web browsing. We have an intelligent tracker prevention. What we've tried to do is come up with ways to help our users through their course of the day. It's not a perfect thing. I'd be the very first person to say that. But it goes a long way to helping.” According to Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall, the payment for Google to remain the default search engine on iOS devices could be increased to $12 billion in 2019. Cook has previously commented negatively on companies like Facebook and Google that make most of their money from advertising based on user data. © Apple “We shouldn't sugarcoat the consequences. This is surveillance. And these stockpiles of personal data serve only to enrich the companies that collect them," Cook said in his October 24 speech. "This should make us very uncomfortable. It should unsettle us.” However, Apple has not stopped working with Google regardless of its strong stand about user privacy. Apple has added controls to Safari that keep Google from tracking user data. "Look at what we've done with the controls we've built in," Cook said. "We have private web browsing. We have an intelligent tracker prevention. What we've tried to do is come up with ways to help our users through their course of the day.” Source: CNBC
  7. Suspects were arrested during a search operation conducted in cities of Punjab on July 21, 2018. Photo: FileLAHORE: Law enforcement agencies have arrested suspects during a search operation in Punjab, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said...
  8. Workers walk in a flood affected area in Mabi town in Kurashiki, Okayama Prefecture, Japan, July 10, 2018. Photo: REUTERSRescuers in western Japan dug through mud and rubble early on Tuesday, racing to find survivors after torrential rain that...
  9. Search. Let's be honest, it's not the most exciting feature in the world. You ask to find things, and it shows you what it found. Simple, right? It's a lot more complex than that. After numerous tests, a few surveys and many discussions with customers, we've decided that there is no "right" or "wrong" way to search. Invision Community is used on many diverse communities and each has its own needs. The bigger the community, the more of a headache search can be when you start hitting frustrating technical limitations of the database. Happily, we've addressed all of these issues with Invision Community 4.3 and added a few extra treats. Searchable Products and Pages Products in the Store and custom Pages will now show in search results. Store product in search results More Customisable Search Experience One of the most difficult challenges with search is anticipating the scope of the search. If, for example, you're looking for something you know you've seen before, you want the search to be narrow - matching only the exact terms you provide, probably only matching against the title, in the specific area you know where the content is located. If however, you're just doing a general search about a particular subject, you want the search to be wide - matching any of the terms you enter, anywhere in the community, in both titles and content. For a while, Invision Community has had the option to choose which areas to search, defaulting to the area of the community you're in (for example, if you're in a forum, only that forum will be searched by default). We also provide a number of suggestions on the search result form (in the form of "Didn't find what you were looking for? Try searching for..." followed by a number of options) which adjust the scope of the search. In Invision Community 4.3, we have a new interface for the quick search feature which makes some of these options more visible so you're more likely to find what you're looking for on the first search. New Search UI Along these lines we have also: Changed the default "Search In" selection to "Everywhere", regardless of where the user is. Added a new setting which controls whether the "Any words" or "All words" option is checked by default. Added a new setting which allows you to adjust how much of a boost results receive for a match in the title, versus the content body, when searching both content titles and body. You can set default and/or operator. New Search Settings Elasticsearch In Invision Community 4.3 we are adding native support for Elasticsearch, a third party search engine which offers a number of benefits over searching your MySQL database: Elasticsearch, being designed and indexing data in a way optimised for search rather than data storage, is generally able to match and sort by relevancy with better accuracy than MySQL. Elasticsearch is generally faster. One user performing a search doesn't slow down other users trying to read and make posts at the same time (when searching MySQL, the data has to be "locked" from changes when the search is being performed). It scales very well with very large datasets, and runs very easily on multiple servers. Elasticsearch understands language. If for example, you search for "community", it will also return results which contain the word "communities", understanding that these are the same. Supported languages are Arabic, Armenian, Basque, Brazilian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Dinnish, Drench, Galician, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Persian, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Sorani, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Thai. Elasticsearch supports custom functions on the scoring algorithm. In our initial implementation this has allowed us to add settings to allow you to control the time decay (allowing newer results to show higher) and author boost (allowing content posted by the user to optionally show higher in results). Unlike with MySQL, there is no minimum query length and a very small list of stop words. Elasticsearch Settings When enabled, both searches and activity streams will be retrieved from Elasticsearch. The core_search_index database table in MySQL will no longer be populated, so you will not have to store the data twice. To use Elasticsearch, you can either install it yourself on your own server, or use any of the many excellent hosted Elasticsearch options. The minimum required Elasticsearch version is 5.5. REST API Developers and those looking to integrate Invision Community features into their own sites will be pleased to learn that we've extended the REST API to accommodate searching.
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