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DAILY VIDEO: Google introduces 'rich cards' for content previews in Search; Dell launches new endpoint security technologies; Apple launches iOS App Design Accelerator in India to grow sales; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Mark Zuckerberg will meet with leading conservatives on Facebook bias claims; Mozilla issues a legal challenge to the FBI to disclose a Firefox flaw; Sony may consolidate its smartphone lines, reports say; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple MacBooks get faster processors, increased battery life; IBM extends its cloud video reach at NAB show; Google Search is 'partially dangerous'—according to Google; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft begins Windows 10 rollout for Windows Phone 8.1; Google to boost mobile-friendly Web pages in search results; EMC notches a win in court against Pure Storage; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft sharpens Bing image search for Office and Edge; Microsoft's SQL Server database is heading to Linux; Google offers tool to help evaluate vendor security; and there is more.
DAILY VIDEO: Microsoft revamps Bing iPhone app to 'find and do' faster; Samsung to bring new Britecell technology to its phone cameras; AMD launches project to ease HPC development on GPUs; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Google will serve up Facebook content in mobile search; the next Google Glass version could be display-free; Microsoft opens a Cyber Defense Operations Center; and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: Google book-scanning project doesn't infringe copyright, court says; A look at Yahoo's promise of a password-free email service; IBM brings Bluemix to China amid source code sharing reports: and there's more.
DAILY VIDEO: A rival sues Google's Waze for copyright infringement; FAA releases a beta app to help drone pilots map out safe flights; Lenovo launches new laptops, convertibles, Chromebooks and tablets; and there's more.
Google is apparently revamping the service using third-party start-ups to make the deliveries, streamline the operations and save money.
About 69 percent of users leave a Website instead of downloading an app that could improve their online experience, according to the study.
Five years into their 10-year search partnership, the companies revise the agreement to give Yahoo more flexibility in how it provides search services.