Development

If you plan to succeed online and grow your business through online channels, you’re going to need development help. Whether you need a complex custom ecommerce website built from scratch, a simple themed WordPress site setup, or individual fixes, plug-ins, site maintenance, or coding assistance, Thrive’s experienced technical staff has you covered! We will work directly with your in-house technical team, collaborate with your current development contractors, or take on all development needs ourselves. Every situation is different. Thrive will work to make yours a success! Web Development.

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Pinterest’s Lens App Turns Your Phone’s Camera Into A Search Bar

It looks like Pinterest is bringing search to the real world.  On Wednesday, the company introduced Lens, which is a mobile app that uses the phone's camera to recognize physical objects and bring them up on Pinterest.  There are other features that have been announced by the compnay that now extend search beyond the query bar [...]

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Jelly Makes Another Run At Q&A-Style “Social Search” With Relaunch

The Q&A app, Jelly has relaunched with a with a pledge to bring “humanity” back to search.  Jelly originally launched in 2014, meeting with just a limited adoption.  But now, a few years later, has been reworked and refreshed, and reintroduced to a wide audience. Basically, the idea behind Jelly is the idea that people can do a [...]

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DuckDuckGo Is The Default Search Engine In New Adblock Browser

It was announced today that the privacy search engine DuckDuckGo announced it is the default search engine in Adblock Browser for both iOS and Android devices. Not only is DuckDuckGo the default for the Adblock Browser, the company is saying that they're working with the Electronic Frontiier Foundation (EFF) on a new "Do Not Track" standard. [...]

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