Jan 16, 2013
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Graph Search would arguably be more compelling on mobile than on PC. Where does it make more sense to search for “Bars in Dublin liked by people who live in Dublin,” assuming you don’t live in Dublin — on your laptop in Chicago, or on your smartphone in Dublin? Likewise, Instagram’s success shows that people are interested in viewing their friend’s photos on their phones as well as on their computers. Breaking news breaks whether you’re on the road or at home.
Tim Carmody: Graph Search shows that, for Facebook, mobile is still always ‘tomorrow’
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