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Looking Ahead: The New Search Landscape

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It’s a question that’s always on our minds: Where is search going?

At SMX East Monday, several panelists took to the stage to provide their thoughts on the subject and offer some insights into what they are currently seeing. The panelists included Eli Goodman, comScore; Rebecca Lieb, Conglomotron; Dave Schwartz, Criteo; and Ben Spiegel, MMI Agency.

Future of Search Panel

While there were three main themes that stood out, what I found interesting was that nobody was in absolute agreement on exactly what the next big thing will be. That’s great! After all, we can’t predict exactly what is going to happen in search, and in this multi-platform world, there are a lot of ways search could go.

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Announcing Passport to #Pubcon 2015: A Digital Guide by @dantosz

Last year, we created a survival guide for attendees, which included info on after parties, a dining guide, and a map of the expo hall. Many of you said you found it very helpful, so we decided to create a similar guide for Pubcon Vegas 2015.

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Announcing Passport to #Pubcon 2015: A Digital Guide by @dantosz

Nest updates Cam, connects third-party devices through thread network

(credit: Nest)

Most smart home systems today can be frustratingly fragmented, making it harder to decipher which products will work with your existing system. Google’s Nest wants to change that by making its products more open than before: now customers and developers will be able to use the new Works with Nest Store to list and purchase devices that are compatible with Nest’s line of smart home products.

Works with Nest is essentially a one-stop shop for all things Nest related, particularly third-party products. Today, developers will be able to submit their smart home hardware to Nest to be listed on the Works with Nest Store, and customers looking for, say, a connected door lock, can go to the online store when it’s live later in the year to find one that works with their Nest device.

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Nest updates Cam, connects third-party devices through thread network

(credit: Nest)

Most smart home systems today can be frustratingly fragmented, making it harder to decipher which products will work with your existing system. Google’s Nest wants to change that by making its products more open than before: now customers and developers will be able to use the new Works with Nest Store to list and purchase devices that are compatible with Nest’s line of smart home products.

Works with Nest is essentially a one-stop shop for all things Nest related, particularly third-party products. Today, developers will be able to submit their smart home hardware to Nest to be listed on the Works with Nest Store, and customers looking for, say, a connected door lock, can go to the online store when it’s live later in the year to find one that works with their Nest device.

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Nest updates Cam, connects third-party devices through Thread network

(credit: Nest)

Most smart home systems today can be frustratingly fragmented, making it harder to decipher which products will work with your existing system. Google’s Nest wants to change that by making its products more open than before: now customers and developers will be able to use the new Works with Nest Store to list and purchase devices that are compatible with Nest’s line of smart home products.

Works with Nest is essentially a one-stop shop for all things Nest related, particularly third-party products. Today, developers will be able to submit their smart home hardware to Nest to be listed on the Works with Nest Store, and customers looking for, say, a connected door lock, can go to the online store when it’s live later in the year to find one that works with their Nest device.

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