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Increased storage on Picasa Web Albums


Picasa Web Albums now offers 1GB of free storage, which means you can upload up to 4,000 standard resolution photos for free. We've also made it easier for you to share your photos and albums with friends.

Just click the "Link to this..." link next to any Picasa Web photo or album, and copy the code provided. You can paste the code into an email, IM or the code for your website for others to see. Posted by Picasa
Increased storage on Picasa Web Albums - Friday, March 30, 2007 -

Google Notebook is out of beta


Google Notebook has now graduated from Google Labs and is officially out of beta. Besides launching in 17 new languages, we've added a slew of improvements to the user interface and new features too. You can add your own comments to individual notes, view your notebook content
on Google Maps, and export your notebooks to Google Docs & Spreadsheets. The next time you're planning an event with friends or researching places to go for a family vacation, organize your findings with Google Notebook. Posted by Picasa
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Polls on orkut


Have a tough decision to make? With the latest feature from orkut, you can get an entire orkut community's input on any question you have.

Simply post a poll to any community you belong to and watch as members vote and leave comments on your question. Next time you're deciding between a holiday weekend in Aspen or Hawaii, look to your friends on orkut.

Read more: orkut.com Posted by Picasa
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Google Pack 2.0.810.31257 Beta


Google Pack is a free collection of essential software from Google and other companies. The software in the Google Pack helps you browse the web faster, remove spyware and viruses, organize your photos, and more.

Google Pack is:

• Essential: Enjoy safe, useful software for your computer
• Simple: Download and install everything in just a few clicks
• Customizable: Choose only the software you want
• Up to date: Get updates and new software via Google Updater

Google Pack is only available for Windows XP or Vista

Download: Google Pack 2.0.810.31257 Beta Posted by Picasa
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It's easy being green: Google goes solar


Google's commitment to "green" means that the company sources carpet and sofas made without PVC, paints without volatile organic compounds, and cafeteria food from local growers. It's not surprising, then, that they would roll out the largest commercial solar deployment in the US—a 1.6MW installation that covers most of the buildings at Google's campus and extends even to shaded parking spaces. At the ETech conference in San Diego this week, Google's Anthony Ravitz explained how Google did it, and why.

Full article: Ars Technica Posted by Picasa
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Google goes back to pre-Katrina maps


NEW ORLEANS -- Google's popular map portal has replaced post-Hurricane Katrina satellite imagery with pictures taken before the storm, leaving locals feeling like they're in a time loop and even fueling suspicions of a conspiracy.

Scroll across the city and the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and everything is back to normal: Marinas are filled with boats, bridges are intact and parks are filled with healthy, full-bodied trees.

Full article: Seattle Post-Intelligencer Posted by Picasa
Google goes back to pre-Katrina maps - Thursday, March 29, 2007 -

YouTube Downloader 2.11


YouTube Downloader is a free tool that downloads videos from youtube and saves it as Avi file to your local computer.

YouTube Downloader allows you to easily grab and save desired youtube video.

Simply paste the URL of a video into the program, press Start , and the AVI or MPEG file will be downloaded into the selected folder.

You dont need any players to play flash video just play it on the defult media player clasic.

YouTube Downloader is a completly FREE Software. It contains absolutely NO ADWARE, NO SPYWARE, NO REGISTRATION, NO POPUPS, NO MALWARE or other unwanted software.

Download: YouTube Downloader 2.11 Posted by Picasa
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Tower of Google uses stats for translation


Number crunching our way to understanding

Google dreams of a world where hundreds of languages can be simultaneously translated by machines which compare texts using statistics rather than applying grammatical rules.

Statistical machine translation uses a computer to compare two documents - one in the original language and one translated by a human. It finds patterns and links between the two and uses them to create its own future translations.

Google has used documents from the European Commission and United Nations to feed its machines.

Full article: The Register Posted by Picasa
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GPL v3 Not a Concern For Google


New language in the third draft of the GNU General Public License, GPL v3, has the potential to reach beyond big Linux vendors with its proposed licensing rules that govern how most open source software is deployed and modified.

Some of the terms in the just-released draft also have the potential to adjust software practices at search engine giant Google, which uses open source widely within its own infrastructure. But Google manager of Open Source Programs, Chris DiBona, told internetnews.com he doesn't see a problem with the draft license.

DiBona noted two points in the latest version. One is a clause that said "mere interaction with a user through a computer network, with no transfer of a copy, is not conveying," in a reference to how license terms are conveyed.

The other is the so-called "Affero" clause, which refers to the Affero General Public License (or AGPL). The AGPL is a derivative of the GPL, v2 and is intended to provide GPL rights over a network application.

Full article: internetnews.com Posted by Picasa
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Google extends mobile footprint with LG deal


Korea's LG will pre-install Google software on its phones as internet giants court handset makers

Google is to pre-install its software in LG mobile phones as the internet search giant broadens its footprint in the market for handheld devices.

Handsets made by LG, of South Korea, will be shipped to Europe, the US and Asia with Google products and services, including Google Maps, Gmail and Blogger, the blogging platform, from next spring.

The two companies will market the handsets jointly.

Full article: Times Online Posted by Picasa
Google extends mobile footprint with LG deal - Wednesday, March 28, 2007 -

YouTube award winners declared


The winners of YouTube's first awards have been announced. Prizes were awarded in seven different categories for the best videos submitted in 2006.

Visitors to the popular video-sharing website were invited to the vote for their favourites in each category. Awards including Best Series, Best Comedy and Most Inspirational Video were up for grabs.

“2006 was a groundbreaking year for YouTube, user-generated content, and entertaining online videos. With this in mind, we established the YouTube Video awards to recognise the ingenuity and achievements of our community,” said Jamie Byrne, head of product marketing for YouTube.

Read more: webuser.co.uk Posted by Picasa
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Free Monitor for Google


Free Monitor for Google is free web promotion software designed for search engine specialists and webmasters. With it, you can find position of your web site in Google Top for popular keywords and get more traffic from Google. Google Monitor will query Google and show you the position of your site by your target keywords and also how well your competitors are doing. It keeps statistics for several URLs and several lists of keywords. You can add notes.

Google is the most popular search engine. Monitor Google with our free software.

Download: Free Monitor for Google Posted by Picasa
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New Google search engine launched


Mobile search tool targets handsets

Google has released a new mobile search engine designed to make it easier to find web information using a handheld device.

Launched today, Google’s mobile service can be accessed from a mobile browser and customised to feature pre-selected weather, news, stocks and movies information, tailored to a specific geographic area.

Full article: pcadvisor.co.uk Posted by Picasa
New Google search engine launched - Tuesday, March 27, 2007 -

Google packing more into Google Pack


Google said on Tuesday that it is packing more stuff into its Google Pack software bundle. In an e-mail message, the company said that it was adding a number of new programs to "satisfy users fun and sensible sides.

Read more: InfoWorld Posted by Picasa
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The War Against Google


Fearful of the growing dominance of Google, some of the country's most powerful media companies are seeking to rein in the digital giant. Viacom's $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit against Google's YouTube and the recent deal between NBC Universal and News Corp./Fox to establish a rival online video site have made the headlines. But this is just the beginning of a larger effort designed to weaken and undermine Google.

Read more: The Nation Posted by Picasa
The War Against Google - Friday, March 23, 2007 -

Analyst: Google doing mobile phone software, not hardware


Despite all the rumors and speculation about a Google Phone, the Web search company is working on software to run services on mobile phones rather than building its own phone, Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray says.

The Google mobile phone software would work with, not compete with, Apple's iPhone and other mobile phones, Munster wrote in a research note on Thursday reported on by Reuters.

Full article: news.com.com Posted by Picasa
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Will Google's Pay-Per-Action Ease Click Fraud?


Google is beta testing a different business formula for its AdSense product that eases up on its lucrative pay-per-click model in favor of a pay-per-action model. The new program could help address the click fraud problem that dogs the per-per-click sector of the online ad industry.

The idea with the beta test is to provide advertisers more latitude with ad contracts by stipulating payment only for pre-determined actions that result from a Google ad, such as a certain product purchase or signing up for a newsletter.

Could the pay-per-action model help Google lead the way in addressing the industry's problem with click fraud? It could, if advertisers are provided more certainty that they are being charged for clicks made by humans, rather than automated programs, for example.

Full story: internetnews.com Posted by Picasa
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Federal judge dismisses suit attacking Google's search rankings


SAN JOSE, Calif.- A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit alleging that Google Inc. abused its position as the Internet's leading search engine by wrongfully banishing dozens of Web sites from its index.

In a March 16 ruling, U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel concluded there were insufficient grounds for the case brought by Kinderstart.com to proceed. Fogel also ordered Kinderstart and its lawyer to pay a portion of Google's legal costs.

Read more: San Jose Mercury News Posted by Picasa
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Pay-Per-Action (beta): Pay only for actions that you define.


Increase your advertising reach while paying only for actions that you define. First, you'll create an ad and define the action that you want a user to perform when they visit your site, such as signing up for your newsletter or purchasing a product. Then you'll set the amount that you're willing to pay when this action is completed. Finally, you'll install conversion tracking code on your website so that we can verify when an action has been completed.

Once you've completed these steps, publishers in the Google content network can choose to place your ads on their website. You'll only pay when a user clicks on your ad, visits your site, and completes your desired action.

Pay-per-action ads complement your current campaigns by providing a new pricing model that extends your reach and allows you to pay only when a defined action is completed on your site. This beta feature is currently available to AdWords advertisers in the United States on a limited basis as part of our beta test.

Find out more: Google AdWords Posted by Picasa
Pay-Per-Action (beta): Pay only for actions that you define. - Thursday, March 22, 2007 -

Microsoft and Google polish up OpenAjax


Open industry collaboration group sees membership grow to 72

Microsoft and Google have joined the OpenAjax Alliance, swelling the group's membership to 72 organisations, with a further 32 companies dedicated to developing and expanding the programming technique.

"Microsoft is joining the OpenAjax Alliance to collaborate with other industry leaders to help evolve Ajax-style development by ensuring a high degree of interoperability," said Keith Smith, a group product manager at Microsoft.

Full article: vnunet.com Posted by Picasa
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Google Exec Denies gPhone in Development


A few days ago, a high-level executive at Google said that her company has a mobile phone in development. Yesterday, though, a different executive at this company said that Google isn't planning in any such thing.

Speaking at a conference in Australia, Richard Kimber, Google's South-East Asia managing director of sales and operations, said that his company is not interested in entering the cut-throat, often low-margin, mobile phone business.

Read more: brighthand.com Posted by Picasa
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Search wars still heating up Yahoo and Google add to offerings


Yahoo and Google are at it again. The race and fight that often benefits more than hurts the consumer is still going strong between the leasers of online search. Yahoo and Google are the clear winners when it comes to accessing content and information online. Both can claim millions of users each month and both are touted as the best one the web. The numbers to determine who is number one or who comes in second are often too close to call.

Full story: Monsters and Critics Posted by Picasa
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Google Desktop 5.1.0703.13372 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.

Improved Sidebar and Google Gadgets. 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 5.1.0703.13372 Beta | Gadgets Posted by Picasa
Google Desktop 5.1.0703.13372 Beta - Wednesday, March 21, 2007 -

Digesting Google’s New PPA Advertising Product


Google announced the testing of a new pay-per-action, or PPA, advertising product today. It’s important for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the fact that Google controls so much of the online advertising market that just about anything they do in advertising has real consequences around the Internet.

Read more: Techcrunch Posted by Picasa
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Google looking for a few good European lobbyists


Google has embarked on a European spending spree, but it doesn't want servers, bandwidth, or programmers: it wants lobbyists. The company has advertised for lobbyists in at least 10 European capitals, according to the Financial Times. The job postings are designed to find people who believe in "the expansion of a free and open Internet." But why now, and why in Europe?

Read more: Ars Technica Posted by Picasa
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