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The Return Of Google OS Rumors
May as well put a hockey mask on the face of the Google operating system stories that keep cropping up; another version of the story that will not die contends an internally developed version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution from Google is in the works.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-31
 
Brin Defends Google China
While taking a break from the activities at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland, Google co-founder Sergey Brin talked about Google.cn and the growing kerfuffle over Google's acquiescence to China's censorship demands.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-26
 
Yahoo Search Execs Blast CFO Comments
One may feel sorry for Yahoo CFO Susan Decker, whose comments in an interview regarding Yahoo's place in the search world, ie second to Google, have generated a heated response in the Yahoo Search Blog. Maybe Decker's comments in her chat with Bloomberg were taken out of context, as some bloggers have suggested.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-25
 
Yahoo Yields Search Game To Google
Yahoo has admitted to something thousands of search engine users already know: it's not going to beat Google at search dominance. Game. Set. Match. Google. The best way to read the Bloomberg report on Yahoo's fall from the search game would be with a glass of champagne and a dish of strawberries and cream, Wimbledon style.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-24
 
MSN Search Users Not Buying Explanation
Ken Ross, general manager for MSN search, posted about MSN's cooperation with the Department of Justice subpoenas, but quite a few commenters disagree with the company's stance.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-23
 
No Love For Google Video
Google rolled out Gmail to tremendous applause, Google Earth found a devoted following for its services, but Google Video has received nothing but grief from the online world.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-20
 
White House Seeks Google Records
A scenario long feared by privacy advocates over Google's voluminous storage of millions of pieces of information on user searches arose as Department of Justice lawyers asked a federal court to compel Google's cooperation with their requests.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-19
 
Yahoo Spanked By Investors Over Ads
Those weren't warm overtures coming from Wall Street when Yahoo announced gaudy earnings that didn't beat investor analysts, and the biggest problem may come from lagging behind in relevance for contextual advertising.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-18
 
A9 Now Has People Snoop, Er, Search
Amazon's A9.com search engine now lets you be a giant gossipy snoop. Zoom Information Inc., a search engine engineered to collect information on people and offer automatic summaries about them is now the default source of people information on A9.com.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-18
 
Private Schools Versus Teen Bloggers
Some private schools have taken extreme steps to quell the use of blogs and social networking sites by their students; teens just want to express themselves.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-17
 
Your Share Of The Google Buck: 78.5 Cents
Those AdSense ads appearing on blogs and sites all over the Internet pay pretty generously to those publishers, but we anticipate hearing more from Google on this figure.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-16
 
A Happy Amnesia On MLK Jr. Day
I'm too young to remember what the creators of RememberSegregation.org are asking me to relive. But the landing page pulls me back to a previous life, a regressive and haunting reminder things weren't always as they are. The page opens with a command to classify yourself-white visitors to the left, colored visitors to the right.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-16
 
Google A Speculation, Not An Investment
Google was as good as gold in 2005, but any cracks that appear in the Googleplex facade could send hedge funds fleeing for safer pastures and pressure shares of GOOG downward.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-13
 
Microsoft to Google: It’s On!
Microsoft is planning to release an assault on the search advertising industry this coming June, according to the Associated Press. Pulling from the Chinese research leg of the company, the Beast of Redmond aims to add highly targeted and contextual next-generation search marketing technology to its weapons cache to continue its bout against the new nemesis found in Google.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-13
 
PCs, Users Can Search For Stardust
UC-Berkeley's newest shared computer project, Stardust@home, lets astronomy fans help track down grains of dust traveling from stars spanning the galaxy.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-11
 
AIT’s Holy War Goes To Hell
There's no shortage of grandstanding coming out of North Carolina these days. Fayetteville-based web hosting company AIT, who took over the lead in a class action lawsuit against Google last month, has launched a new anti-click-fraud website to track fraudulent affiliate networks. With the usual dramatic rhetoric, CEO Clarence Briggs and company have named their site "IGeryon," after a monster in Dante's Inferno.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-11
 
Does Yahoo Aspire To Be MySpace?
Hang out with friends, listen to new music, talk about what's important to you, share pictures from a party, MySpace has become the teen place and now has 47.3 million users.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-10
 
Google Gets 95 Percent Of SEM Business
Search engine marketers spent $5.75 billion on advertising in 2005, with Google and Yahoo collecting the biggest hauls of that cash. The Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization (SEMPO) will release its latest survey on US and Canadian SEM...
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-09
 
Search May Leech, But It Still Profits
Usability guru Jakob Nielsen calls search engines "leeches" and ponders how much of the value of online content has been plundered by the likes of Google and Yahoo; he misses a basic concept about search engines and SEM, and the traffic they deliver.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-09
 
Yahoo, Google Going Mobile
Both Internet players have new products ready to roll for mobile devices, with Google making another mobile-centric deal while Yahoo debuts its Go service.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-06
 
IBM, Not Google, Scares Microsoft
As the Consumer Electronic Show begins, Bill Gates disclosed Microsoft's real threat in the world of technology, and it isn't a bunch of Googlers dithering over the morning smoothie selections in Mountain View.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-05
 
Dogpile Begs For Treats; Tops Its Own List
On its tenth birthday, Dogpile.com checked its answering machine. The robotic voice returned the dirge of social acknowledgement, "no new messages." So Dogpile.com decided to pat itself on the back as one of the best combinations in recent history and jotted down some others.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-05
 
LA Times Stirs Yahoo Rumors
The same article that led to Google and Wal-Mart denying a Google PC distribution deal was in the works has also given a boost to options trading on Yahoo after claiming Yahoo dismissed a Microsoft takeover bid of $80 billion as too low.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-04
 
Some Truth To Google PC Rumor?
A December article from the New York Times suggested Google showed a passing interest in a $200 computer. IP Democracy's Cynthia Brumfield referenced a report from the Times, which cited Google's discussions...
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-04
 
Google Box May See CPM Ads
The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas may feature an entrant in the new gadget arena with a big G on the side of the box; we're guessing CPM ads will be a feature in the Google Box too.
Directory: > Insider Reports > Search Insider
Date: 2006-01-03
 
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