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This article was published on August 9, 2012

TNW’s Daily Dose – Google boosts search features, Facebook fights phishers, and more

TNW’s Daily Dose – Google boosts search features, Facebook fights phishers, and more
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Google announces a raft of search improvements, Facebook launches a new anti-phishing drive, Pinterest is (finally) open to all without an invite, and OUYA raises a total of over $8.5m on Kickstarter. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose.

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Google opens up about the future of search, serves 100 billion searches every month: Read more

Facebook turns to its army of users to report phishing attacks using new public email address: Read more

Pinterest ditches invite-only approach, is now open for all to join: Read more

OUYA’s ambitious indie gaming console Kickstarter project finishes with $8,580,359: Read more

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