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Streaming Political Intelligence: US National Issue Trend Predictor

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Streaming Market Intelligence: Smart Watch Ecosystem

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Streaming Market Intelligence: Internet of Things Trends

Core Universal Technical Competencies Like Sensors, Power and Security are Now Driving Global IoT Trends ARM Acquisitions Reinforces Strategic Importance of Sensors (Chips)… Read More

Discovery Innovations: Building on News & Social Media Search

This is a 4:59 minute video that introduces the power of discovery. Discovery anticipates future interests of users/clients. We derive discovery from Big… Read More

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Thought Leadership Context

One idea is that more and more searches are done on your behalf without you needing to type… I actually think most people don’t want Google to answer their questions,… They want Google to tell them what they should be doing next. WSJ Aug 14, 2012

Eric Schmidt

CEO, Google