Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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Facebook's big new effort is a search function that works only within the social media. Could "graph search" actually be a game changer? Perhaps -- and the idea that it could may be the reason Yelp's stock took a dive yesterday. Meanwhile online security experts have discovered a form of malware that's been operating for five years. Its name? Red October. 
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Facebook's new search; The hunt for 'Red October'

Facebook's new Graph Search feature has rivals like Google and Yelp paying attention to the social media giant. And, a look at a piece of mysterious malware called "Red October" that has been secretly attacking government computer systems for five years.
Posted In: Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Graph Search, malware

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