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Google planning change in China censorship policy?

Is Google having second thoughts about its decision to allow censorship on its Chinese service? At the World Economic Forum in Davos last week, the world's great and good gathered to talk, ski, and do business (not necessarily in that order). During one of the sessions, Google co-founder Sergey Brin said, "On a business level, that decision to censor... was a net negative." It arguably was not a success on the moral level, either, but Brin and co-founder Larry Page have always made clear their distaste for the practice. The issue is how the company should apply local laws in countries like China, and Brin's comments have led to speculation that Google was planning a change in policy sometime soon.

Full article: Ars Technica Posted by Picasa
Google planning change in China censorship policy? - Wednesday, January 31, 2007 -

Google Reader adds YouTube embed viewing

I was just skimming through my feeds when I noticed that a YouTube player popped up in Google Reader. That, as far as I know, didn’t happen yesterday, and so it appears to be a new feature...

Read more: Gizbuzz Posted by Picasa
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Google soups up its Mini

Google launched an upgrade to its Mini search appliance on Tuesday that adds security features, meaning companies can use it to search for both public and private data on their networks.

Previous Mini appliances have lacked security features, said Google's European enterprise director Roberto Solimene, meaning they could be used either to index public-facing websites, or internal intranets and documents, but not both.

"For the Google Mini 2.2 we are removing that limitation," explained Solimene. "Small companies can have the full power of a GSA [the full-sized £15,000 Google Search Appliance] in a Mini. You can now have a secure index, including LDAP and Active directory data, so that even small companies can index information that other users are not supposed to find."

Full article: ZDNet UK
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China censorship damaged us, Google founders admit

Google's decision to censor its search engine in China was bad for the company, its founders admitted yesterday.

Google, launched in 1998 by two Stanford University dropouts, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, was accused of selling out and reneging on its "Don't be evil" motto when it launched in China in 2005. The company modified the version of its search engine in China to exclude controversial topics such as the Tiananmen Square massacre or the Falun Gong movement, provoking a backlash in its core western markets.

Asked whether he regretted the decision, Mr Brin admitted yesterday: "On a business level, that decision to censor... was a net negative."

Full article: Guardian Unlimited Posted by Picasa
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YouTube to pay contributors

Ad share planned

YouTube founder Chad Hurley says the company will soon start to share advertising revenue with users of the service who post popular videos.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Saturday, Hurley gave no details of how this would be achieved or how much contributors would be paid.

Hurley told the Financial Times that the company had initially rejected paying for content because "we didn't feel it was a great way to build a community. We wanted to keep it pure".

Full story: The Register Posted by Picasa
YouTube to pay contributors - Monday, January 29, 2007 -

Safari needs Google Docs support

I have to agree with many of you that chimed in on my article on why iPhone should remain closed that Apple needs to support Google Docs in Safari - specifically the Safari mobile variant that will ship with iPhone. The logic is that Google Docs support on iPhone obviates the need for a copy of Office, iWork or Docs To Go. For the uninitiated, Google Docs reads and writes Microsoft Word and Excel files.

Read more: ZDNet Blogs Posted by Picasa
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Google Disarms 'Googlebombs'

Google has made what it calls a "pretty small" change to the way it indexes Web sites in order to prevent a prank often called "Googlebombing" in which many people link the same word to specific Web site in order to raise it to the top of search results.

Notable Googlebombs, or linkbombs, include the word "failure" resulting in a link to U.S. President George W. Bush's Web site, as well as associating the word "talentless hack" with Adam Mathes. In turn, Google says it has improved the way it analyzes the link structure of the Web.

Full article: BetaNews Posted by Picasa
Google Disarms 'Googlebombs' - Sunday, January 28, 2007 -

How to Sign Up for GoogleTV Beta (Hoax)

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Intel reclaims place in Google servers

Intel, armed with a custom-designed motherboard, has reclaimed Google as a server customer after a year watching the search powerhouse give its business to AMD.

Google has begun buying Intel server components in high volume, said Pat Gelsinger, a co-general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group, speaking about the Google relationship on an internal Intel blog entry on Wednesday seen by ZDNet's sister site, CNET News.com. "We're in business with the volume systems ramp under way," he said.

AMD could well have a place alongside Intel. "We bought a small number of chips from Intel recently, but we continue to be supplied by more than one vendor," Google said in a statement, but didn't discuss motherboard purchases or other details. AMD and Intel declined to comment.

On his blog, Gelsinger said Intel had to create custom equipment to win back the business.

Read more: ZDNet.co.uk Posted by Picasa
Intel reclaims place in Google servers - Friday, January 26, 2007 -

GVideoFix 2.5.1

Convert downloaded Google Video *.avi and *.gvp files so they can be played in Windows Media Player.

GVideoFix is a program that will make your life easier when it comes to getting AVI's out of Google Video. GVideoFix handles parsing and modifying so videos downloaded from Google Video can be played on Windows Media Player. GVideoFix also makes batch downloading videos from Google an easy process.

Download: GVideoFix 2.5.1 Posted by Picasa
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Google announces overhaul of Google Video strategy, plans for YouTube's future

When Google bought YouTube back in the fall of 2006, questions immediately arose: Is this the end of Google Video? Would Google integrate YouTube into the Google experience, or would it remain separate?

Today Google announced that Google Video will be transformed from today's repository of video resources into a broader search index for all video online. Starting today, Google Video search will include results not only from Google Video but also from YouTube. Users who find YouTube videos via Google Video search will be directed to YouTube for viewing, ending speculation that Google might bring YouTube videos to Google Video. More importantly, Google says that "Google Video will become even more comprehensive as it evolves into a service where users can search for the world's online video content, irrespective of where it may be hosted," according to a company statement.

Full article: Ars Technica Posted by Picasa
Google announces overhaul of Google Video strategy, plans for YouTube's future - Thursday, January 25, 2007 -


GMarks helps you sync & manage your bookmarks with Google Bookmarks.

Use the sidebar to manage and access your bookmarks, the GMarks toolbar for fast access to important bookmarks, and the Quick Search(Home+Home) to find bookmarks like the Google Desktop Ctrl+Ctrl.

Nest your labels with a customizable separator in the sidebar or the toolbar.
GMarks includes a search box in the sidebar to search your bookmarks with Google.
It searches not only the bookmarks' details, but also the content on their pages.

Add bookmarks to either Google, Firefox, or both, using the standard Firefox Bookmark window.
Quickly see if the site is already bookmarked by looking at the included Star toolbar item, which also toggles the sidebar and can quickly add or remove the site.

Use filters to automatically apply labels or descriptions to bookmarks from sites matching your query or use the filters to batch edit/delete bookmarks.

Hide entire labels from view in the sidebar so you only find them when searching.
Shows not only your Google bookmarks, but optionally your starred Google Reader posts.

GMarks allows for easy migration to and from Google Bookmarks. You can import your Firefox bookmarks to Google or export your Google Bookmarks to a bookmarks.htm file. GMarks is completely separate from your Firefox bookmarks and does not remove or hide them.

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Google Toolbar 4.0.1601.4978

Google Toolbar is a popular browser add-on for Internet Explorer that makes it possible to quickly perform Google Web searches, prevent annoying pop-up ads from appearing, and fill in Web forms with one simple click.

Take the power of Google with you anywhere on the Web

• Add buttons to the Toolbar to search your favorite sites.

• Bookmark frequently visited pages and access them from anywhere

• Search smarter with instant suggestions as you type in the search box

• Share web pages with friends via blog, email, or SMS

More Features
• Block annoying pop-ups
• Fill out web forms with one click
• Translate pages into English instantly
• Check your spelling in webmail messages

System requirements:
• Windows 2000/XP
• Internet Explorer 6.0+

Download: Google Toolbar 4.0.1601.4978 Posted by Picasa
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Google expands video ad test

Google is expanding the pool of companies that will showcase video ads on its AdSense publisher network to include The Wall Street Journal, two Conde Nast Web sites and Life/Style Television, a Google spokesman confirmed on Wednesday.

The search giant sent e-mails to some of its Web site publisher customers this week offering them the opportunity to participate in a pilot program involving video ads from The Wall Street Journal online, Life/Style Television and Conde Nast's Epicurious.com and Style.com. The ads will be contextually targeted to the content on the Web sites.

Google is broadening a test announced on Monday in which it said it would run ads from Sony BMG Music Entertainment and Warner Music on its publisher customer sites, said Google spokesman Brandon McCormick. Revenue will be divided three ways, between the content owner, the Web site publisher and Google, and ads will be billed on a cost-per-thousand impressions model, like traditional display ads.

Read more: ZDNet Posted by Picasa
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GUtil! 2.1.2

GUtil! is a Mozilla Firefox Extension that can help you access your Google account services faster.

GUtil! includes a Firefox menu and toolbar button that currently contains 41 Google services.

Features are added to the plugin on user request.

Download: GUtil! 2.1.2 Posted by Picasa
GUtil! 2.1.2 - Wednesday, January 24, 2007 -

SysSense 1.3.0

SysSense is your personal desktop Google AdSense monitor. It keeps your current Google AdSense information in the Windows system tray. You can monitor an unlimited number of Google AdSense accounts. A sound and/or system tray icon balloon can be configured to alert you when your statistics have changed.

Main Features:

• View your current Google AdSense statistics at anytime by holding your mouse over the SysSense system tray icon. These statistics are sometimes even more up-to-date than what is showing up on the Google AdSense website.
• Receive a system tray icon balloon alert when any of the following is updated: page impressions, clicks, clickthrough rate, CPM, earnings.
• Monitor an unlimited number of Google AdSense accounts.
• Easily log into your Google AdSense account from the SysSense system tray icon menu. There is no need to log into the Google AdSense webpage -- Just a few clicks of the SysSense system tray icon menu and you're there.

Requirements: Windows 2000+, Google AdSense account

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SysSense 1.3.0 - Monday, January 22, 2007 -

Black Google Would Save 3,000 Megawatts a Year

All white web page use about 74 watts to display, while an all black page uses only 59 watts. See what happens when you do the math on Google's home page

Ever noticed how pulling up www.google.com will make a dark room light up at night?

An all white web page uses about 74 watts to display, while an all black page uses only 59 watts. A blogger has recently done the math to see what kind of energy could be saved if Google changed it's website from white to a black format.

Full story: DigitalJournal. Posted by Picasa
Black Google Would Save 3,000 Megawatts a Year - Sunday, January 21, 2007 -

Google Desktop 5.0.701.18382 Beta

Google Desktop gives you easy access to information on your computer and from the web. It's a desktop search application that provides full text search over your email, computer files, music, photos, chats and web pages that you've viewed. By making your computer searchable, Google Desktop puts your information easily within your reach and frees you from having to manually organize your files, emails and bookmarks. It makes searching your computer as easy as searching the web with Google.

Google Desktop doesn't just help you search your computer; it also helps you gather new information from the web with Sidebar, a new desktop feature that shows you your new email, weather and stock information, personalized news and RSS/Atom feeds, and more. Sidebar is personalized automatically, without any manual configuration required (though you can certainly make your own customizations if you want to).

We've also improved your desktop search experience. With Quick Find, you can now launch applications and see search results as you type without even opening a browser. We've also extended our Outlook integration, so you can search Google Desktop with the Outlook Toolbar and see results within Outlook itself. Finally, you can search even more stuff, including your Gmail, files on network drives, many Outlook data types (including Contacts, Tasks, Calendar, Notes and Journal) and MSN Messenger chats. And if you yearn for even stronger security, you can encrypt your entire index.

Add Google Gadgets to customize your desktop and Sidebar, Developers: Create and share your own gadgets.

Requires Windows Windows 2000 SP3+/XP/Vista

Download: Google Desktop 5.0.701.18382 Beta | Gadgets Posted by Picasa
Google Desktop 5.0.701.18382 Beta - Saturday, January 20, 2007 -

Google on the Future of Online Video

In an extremely revealing interview published this morning by The Hollywood Reporter, Google's vice president for content partnerships, David Eun, conceded to reporter Andrew Wallenstein that his company is just as mystified as the rest of the world with regard to the evolution of online media.

Despite his company having agreed to spend over one and three quarter billion dollars to acquire YouTube, Eun notes that analysts have not been able to come to a consensus over the size and breadth of the online video marketplace.

When asked a question regarding Google's being regarded as a kind of "frenemy" - a company that could become a partner and a competitor to content providers simultaneously - and whether Google's own size is part of the problem, Eun answered Wallenstein's question along with a few others he may not have asked: "I think it's because frankly we don't know exactly how the online video space is going to go," Eun said. "It's still very, very early and the entire market is, depending on which analyst you use, is a $200 million market, which is still very, very small. So because we don't have a lot of data, there's a lot of questions out there.

Full article: BetaNews Posted by Picasa
Google on the Future of Online Video - Friday, January 19, 2007 -

Google speaks to the book world

'E-publish and you won't be damned... '

To anyone who thinks digital content is a threat to the book-publishing market, Google wants to tell you two things: first, you're wrong; second, Google Book Search product is the solution, not the problem.

But in the 21st century's new-media culture, print publishing is going to have to evolve, according to those speaking at the Google-hosted "Unbound" event held yesterday at the New York Public Library. A crowd of more than 300 people, primarily involved in the publishing industry, came to the event to hear speakers ranging from Cory Doctorow, Boing Boing co-editor and science fiction author, to representatives from major publishing outlets such as Cambridge University Press and Harper Collins.

Jim Gerber, director of content partnerships at Google, whose presentation opened the day's events, said: "The goal is to stimulate thinking, both your thinking and ours, on how these challenges and opportunities are going to impact all of us." Gerber reminded the audience the opinions heard at "Unbound" would not necessarily be Google's own but, ultimately, the majority of viewpoints presented by the speakers and panels were more or less aligned with the search giant - including those expressed by members of the print-publishing industry.

Full article: silicon.com Posted by Picasa
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Google erases British bases in Iraq

Terrorists planned attacks using Google Earth, Army says

It appears Google has replaced recent satellite imagery of British military bases in Basra with pre-war snaps following Army claims that terrorists were using Google Earth to plan attacks on its facilities.

According to a recent report in the Telegraph, "documents seized during raids on the homes of insurgents last week uncovered print-outs from photographs taken from Google". The images showed in detail "the buildings inside the bases and vulnerable areas such as tented accommodation, lavatory blocks, and where lightly armoured Land Rovers are parked".

On the back of one set of images showing the Shatt al Arab hotel - home to 1,000 men of the Staffordshire Regiment battle group - insurgents had written the "precise longitude and latitude".

An intelligence officer with the Royal Green Jackets battle group said: "This is evidence as far as we are concerned for planning terrorist attacks. Who would otherwise have Google Earth imagery of one of our bases?

Full article: The Register Posted by Picasa
Google erases British bases in Iraq - Wednesday, January 17, 2007 -

Google trounces search market rivals

ComScore figures confirm what we already knew

Google still dominates the search engine market, moving further ahead during December, according to new figures out this week.

ComScore Networks' monthly analysis of activity across competitive search engines found that Google sites captured 47.4 per cent of the US search market in December, gaining 0.4 percentage points over the previous month.

Read more: vnunet.com Posted by Picasa
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Gdow 1.0

Gdow is a highly configurable Gmail* notifier for Windows (all vers.).

It can notify you with a classic messsage box, a popup balloon (on Windows XP and Vista) or a transparent animated form. The latter is fully configurable :
- background color
- font (color,size,type, etc..)
- width
- maximum height (the form will autoadjust its height, if max height is reached the notify message will autoscroll)
- transparency

Gdow runs in the background and is managed through a system tray icon that is expressive :
- number of new gmails
- Gdow's checking state
- Gdow's error state

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Google Earth used to target British troops

Spooks claim Iraqi insurgents are getting web-savvy

Intelligence sources are claiming that Google Earth is being used to scout out British army bases in Iraq.

According to the claims, raids on the houses of Iraqi insurgents have found printouts from Google Earth of British military bases, with precise longitude and latitude coordinates written on the back.

There are also reports that such maps are being sold openly in Basra markets.

Full story: vnunet.com Posted by Picasa
Google Earth used to target British troops - Monday, January 15, 2007 -

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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User-Generated Google 'YouEarth'?

Google took another step toward turning Google Earth into a sort of YouTube for geo-located 3-D models today when it released a new version of its 3-D design software Google SketchUp at Macworld.

In a statement, Google said SketchUp 6 will feature "simpler, more realistic" modeling. New features include a function to allow users to trace a photo to create a 3-D model or match an existing model with a background photo.

There's also a new feature that allows users to watermark their models or render them as though they were drawn by hand. There's a 3-D text function to enable users to convert text to 2-D outlines, filled surfaces or extruded 3-D objects.

Google said the new SketchUp features are all part of the company's effort to create a fully detailed 3D Google Earth with user-generated modeling. With the new, simplified version of its 3-D design software, Google Earth will now feature a default "Best of 3D Warehouse" layer to showcase the most realistic, detailed models from Google SketchUp users.

Call it "YouEarth." It's a platform for all the world's user-contributed, geo-located 3-D information.

Read more: internetnews.com Posted by Picasa
User-Generated Google 'YouEarth'? - Wednesday, January 10, 2007 -

YouTube coming to your TV (in several ways)

If you received a brand-spanking-new HD television set for Christmas, the one thing you've probably been waiting for is grainy Internet video clips. Fear no more; YouTube stands ready to deliver—maybe.

YouTube VP Kevin Donahue told a CES audience that his company was "noodling" with the idea of doing a traditional TV show based on YouTube content, or possibly starting a new cable channel, according to the AP. Donahue said, "We haven't gone down a specific road yet. We've had a lot of conversations with networks that want us to do shows, companies that want us to do linear YouTube channels. We're more in strategy phase right now."

Full article: Ars Technica Posted by Picasa
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