TinEye offers reverse search image. It works by providing an image to display where the image is on the web. Useful for brand's presence and person's influence. This is a TinEye Node.js library shared by collaborator Andrew Sliwinski. It contains installation, basic use, and testing. Andrew is the co-founder of DIY.org and the director of learning products at Mozilla Foundation. Reach firstname.lastname@example.org
More and more companies are devoting more and more of their advertising budgets to digital channels such as search, social, and mobile. And for good reason: In many if not most cases, you can't effectively reach your customers if you ignore the digital channels that are used on a daily basis by countless individuals.
Boxfish, television discovery startup, released an improved TV discovery app this past week. With the new release, Boxfish decided to make its technology available to third parties via an API. Boxfish allows the use of natural language to search for particular topics currently discussed on TV, or users can find out what is currently most popular on tv. The thought behind the API aims to empower other providers.