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MySpace Goes Real-Time On Google
Updates for users on Los Angeles-based MySpace's social networking service are now being indexed by Google in real-time, according to Mike Jones, Co-President of MySpace. Jones said Tuesday in a blog post that the implementation of the firm's MySpace Real-Time Search API went live on Google today, so that live updates form its users--including news, photos, and blog posts--are shown as part of search results on Google's search engine.
posted on Tuesday, February 16, 2010

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