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Google to buy Mozilla?


Everyone has been speculating, but will Google finally make the move to purchase Mozilla's FireFox?

Some say Google is secretly developing its own browser, but why would it?

Google is a constant "plug" for FireFox and everything it offers.

Since the pre-1.0 stages of FireFox, Google's Gmail - have supported (and in some cases, required) the use of Firefox. Since March 30, 2005 the Google search engine has utilized the link prefetching feature of Firefox for faster searching.

Google, Inc. also recommends Firefox as the browser] for its Blogger weblog service. On May 18, 2005 eBay announced support for Firefox for its eBay Picture Manager.

Google also offers Firefox extensions for accessing their services, in addition to their original Internet-Explorer add-ons.

Read more: juiceenewsdaily.com
 Posted by Hello
Google to buy Mozilla? - Thursday, June 30, 2005 -

Google unveils personalised search beta


Because a 'bass' is not the same for everyone

Google has launched a beta version of its newly developed Personalised Search service, allowing the search engine to tailor results to the user.

Google said that a fishing enthusiast, for example, would now get different results than a musician when entering the word 'bass' as a search query.

The service builds on the My Search History feature launched as a beta in April. The service 'remembers' past searches, allowing users to quickly retrieve a recently visited page.

Read more: vnunet.com
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Google unveils personalised search beta - Wednesday, June 29, 2005 -

Google Earth 3.0.0336 Public Beta


The idea is simple. It’s a globe that sits inside your PC. You point and zoom to anyplace on the planet that you want to explore. Satellite images and local facts zoom into view. Tap into Google search to show local points of interest and facts. Zoom to a specific address to check out an apartment or hotel. View driving directions and even fly along your route. We invite you to try it now.

Google Earth
is free for personal use. No registration is required. You may (optionally) choose to upgrade to Google Earth Plus.

Features:

• Free for personal use.
• Sophisticated streaming technology delivers the data to you as you need it.
• Imagery and 3D data depict the entire earth - Terabytes of aerial and satellite imagery depict cities around the world in high-resolution detail.
• Local search lets you search for restaurants, hotels, and even driving directions. Results show in your 3D earth view. Easy to layer multiple searches, save results to folders, and share with others.
• Layers show parks, schools, hospitals, airports, shopping, and more.
• KML – data exchange format let your share useful annotations and view. thousands of data points created by Google Earth users.

Use it for:

-Planning a trip
-Getting driving directions
-Finding a house or apartment
-Finding a local business
-Exploring the world

Download: Google Earth 3.0.0336 Public Beta
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Google Earth 3.0.0336 Public Beta - Tuesday, June 28, 2005 -

Google Video Viewer 1.0


In order to playback video on Google Video, you first need to install the Google Video Viewer. Once installed, you will be able to playback the video from within your browser. This viewer will not interfere with the other video players on your system.

New Google Video Viewer Features:
Fast download (~1 MB)
Play any video available on Google Video
Won't interfere with other video players on your system

After you install the Google Video Viewer, simply play the video you selected.

System Requirements
Windows 2000 or later with latest updates installed; Firefox 1.0+ or IE 5.0+.
DirectX 9.0c End-User Runtime.

Download: Google Video Viewer 1.0
 Posted by Hello
Google Video Viewer 1.0 - Monday, June 27, 2005 -

Google Moving Forward on Payment System


Google CEO Eric Schmidt confirmed that Google is developing an online payment system.

"The payment services we are working on are a natural evolution of Google's existing online products and advertising programs, which today connect millions of consumers and advertisers," Schmidt told Reuters.

In an e-mailed statement, Schmidt told internetnews.com, "We are building products in the area to solve new problems in ecommerce."

The confirmation followed speculation by news media that the search goliath was close to launching something that might be called Google Wallet.

Read full article: internetnews.com
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Google Moving Forward on Payment System - Wednesday, June 22, 2005 -

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Happy Father's Day - Sunday, June 19, 2005 -

Google plans pay service to rival PayPal


Google this year plans to offer an electronic-payment service that could help the Internet-search company diversify its revenue and may heighten competition with eBay's PayPal unit, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

Exact details of the search company's planned service are not known, the report said, but quoted people familiar with the matter as saying it could have similarities with PayPal, which allows consumers to pay for purchases on Web sites by funding electronic-payment accounts from their credit cards or checking accounts.

Read more: Flexbeta
 Posted by Hello
Google plans pay service to rival PayPal - Saturday, June 18, 2005 -

Google Search For Tiny Screens


Aiming to make search easier for users on the go, Google released Google Mobile Web Search on Thursday.

The new service points users of Internet-enabled mobile devices to a special index of Web pages that have been optimized by their publishers for the small screen. The XHTML-based service takes advantage of the alignments of text, graphics and tables that mobile-aware publishers have created to make them easier to navigate on a mobile phone.

Read more: internetnews.com
 Posted by Hello
Google Search For Tiny Screens - Friday, June 17, 2005 -

More hidden secrets of the Google 3D mapping truck


Following our scoop about Google's plans to use truck-mounted lasers and cameras to create 3D virtual-reality models of cities, here is a new, exclusive (but very small) insight into the top-secret project.

Read more: siliconvalleywatcher.com
 Posted by Hello
More hidden secrets of the Google 3D mapping truck - Wednesday, June 15, 2005 -

Google readying Web-only video search


Google is expected to unveil a search engine for Web-only video this summer that will let people preview media clips from its Web site, CNET News.com has learned.

Google's planned service will let visitors find free short-form videos such as the popular "Star Wars" video spoofs, according to sources who asked to remain anonymous. The engine will complement the search giant's existing experimental site that lets people search the closed-caption text of television shows from PBS and CNN, among others, and preview accompanying still images. The new capabilities will let people watch roughly 10 seconds of Web video clips for free before shuttling visitors to the video's host site, sources say.

Sources said the new video search engine will be unveiled within the next two months.

Read full article: CNET News.com
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Google readying Web-only video search - Tuesday, June 14, 2005 -

Google Sitemap Gen 1.1


Sitemap Gen is a python script which will generate an xml Sitemap for your web site.

The sitemap_gen.py script analyzes your web server and generates one or more Sitemap files. These files are XML listings of content you make available on your web server. The files can be directly submitted to search engines as hints for the search engine web crawlers as they index your web site. This can result in better coverage of your web content in search engine indices, and less of your bandwidth spent doing it.

The sitemap_gen.py script is written in Python 2.2 and released to the open source community for continuous improvements.

Sitemapgen is distributed under the terms of the BSD License.

Download: Google Sitemap Gen 1.1
 Posted by Hello
Google Sitemap Gen 1.1 - Monday, June 13, 2005 -

Scoop! Smile for the Google 3D mapping truck


Google plans to use trucks equipped with lasers and digital photographic equipment to create a realistic 3D online version of San Francisco, and eventually other major US cities.

The move would trump Amazon's A9 service, which offers two-dimensional photos of buildings on US city streets.

Read more: SiliconValleyWatcher
 Posted by Hello
Scoop! Smile for the Google 3D mapping truck - Thursday, June 09, 2005 -

Wall Street still loves its rebel Google


To skeptics, it's as though search giant Google's investors are living in an alternative reality where the tech boom never ended.

With a $77.7 billion market capitalization, Google's worth on Wall Street is just about equal with media giant Time Warner; it dwarfs Viacom's $54.6 billion market cap and tops Disney's by nearly 45 percent. Google's share price closed down 4.6 percentage points to $279.56 on Wednesday, just a day after it flirted with the $300 barrier.

All this for a company that didn't even exist seven years ago, routinely avoids providing earnings forecasts, won't conduct a stock split to make its share price more palatable and has a price-to-earnings ratio of 112.27, about twice that of its closest competitor, Yahoo.

Read more: CNET News.com
 Posted by Hello
Wall Street still loves its rebel Google - Wednesday, June 08, 2005 -

Frank LLoyd Wright


Frank Lloyd Wright was born in Richland Center, Wisconsin on June 8, 1867, to William Cary Wright and Anna Lloyd Jones Wright. Even before he was born, his mother was determined to make him into an architect. Wright's father was a music teacher and a Baptist minister who led churches in Iowa, Rhode Island and Massachusetts during the first 10 years of Frank's life. In 1877 the family returned to Madison, Wisconsin where Wright spent the school year and summers on his mother's family farm just outside of Madison. By 1885 Wright's father had left the family, never to be seen or heard from again. Wright then got a job working for Allen D. Conover, a local builder, and began taking drafting classes at the University of Wisconsin.

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Google Running Secret Quality Labs?


Henk Van Ess has started off a new blog, Search Bistro, with a scoop he claims to have found: Google's evaluation labs. Henk says that one of his students at the University of Amsterdam was a participant in the Google Rater Hub, which pays people to rate the accuracy of Google search results in order to improve results and reduce spam. Henk links to a job posting looking for a Quality Rater for Google, mentioning the job tasks as help with work on a search quality evaluation and Candidates will evaluate search results and rate their relevance. Henk claims that the site is at eval.google.com (which is 404 if you aren't in the program) and has posted a Flash movie of it in action.

Read full story: blognewschannel.com
 Posted by Hello
Google Running Secret Quality Labs? - Friday, June 03, 2005 -

Google Sitemaps offer fast track to indexing


Google Sitemaps lets Webmasters tell Google about all the pages on their Web site, rather than leaving it to Web crawlers to find them

Google launched a free service on Friday that gives Webmasters more control over what Web pages are crawled by the search engine.

Until now, the most that Webmasters could do to encourage Google to index their site was to submit their home page to Google and hope the search engine found all pages linked from it. The new service, known as Google Sitemaps, lets Webmasters tell Google about all of their Web pages, how frequently they are likely to change and which ones they want crawled first.

Read more: ZDNet UK


View: Google Sitemap Gen
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Google Performance Tools 0.2


Perf Tools is a collection of a high-performance multi-threaded malloc() implementation, plus some pretty nifty performance analysis tools.

Perf Tools is distributed under the terms of the BSD License.

For downloads, news, and other information, visit the Project Page


View: Google Performance Tools
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Google Performance Tools 0.2 - -

Summer of Code


The Summer of Code is Google's program designed to introduce students to the world of Open Source Software Development.

This Summer, don't let your programming skills lie fallow...Use them for the greater good of Open Source Software and computer science! Google will provide a $4500 award to each student who successfully completes an open source project by the end of the Summer. (payment details can be found in FAQ)

By pairing applicants up with the proven wisdom and experience of established prominent open source organizations (listed below), we hope to make great software happen. If you can't come up with a great idea to submit, a number of our organizations have made idea lists available.

Participating Organizations:

The Python Software Foundation (ideas)
The Perl Foundation (submission guidelines & ideas)
The Apache Software Foundation (ideas)
Ubuntu Linux (ideas)
The Mono Project (ideas)
The Gnome Foundation (ideas)
The Wine Project (ideas)
The Subversion Project (ideas)
Google

More info: Summer of Code
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Summer of Code - Wednesday, June 01, 2005 -

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