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YouTube to pay for music used on clips


The video-sharing website YouTube has reached a deal to pay royalties to thousands of composers, songwriters and publishers if their track is used as backing music on clips.

Artists such as Lily Allen and Sir Paul McCartney could benefit from the deal after an alliance which includes the Performing Rights Society, has licensed more than 10 million pieces of music for use on YouTube.

The British deal is to avoid the possibility of performers suing Google and follows a similar agreement in America.

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YouTube to pay for music used on clips - Thursday, August 30, 2007 -

Google: censorship is not up to us


The search engine says that companies should not be expected to police the web

Internet companies such as Google should not be responsible for censoring content, one of the web's founding fathers has said.

Vint Cerf, who is credited with inventing one of the internet's key protocols and now holds the position of chief internet evangelist at Google, said companies should comply with existing laws and take down illegal content when requested to do so, but should not actively seek out breaches.

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Google’s gPhone will probably be many phones — assuming there is a gPhone


The gPhone rumors, which I discussed in depth a few days ago, have gotten stronger and more credible over the last couple of days with complementary reports on two respected tech blogs that said they had details about Google’s wireless phone plans.

Engadget said Tuesday that Google is poised to announce a wireless phone operating system after the Sept. 3 Labor Day holiday. Citing “a number of trustworthy sources,” Engadget said that the team from Android, a company acquired by Google in 2005, has developed a Linux-based mobile OS that Google is shopping around to various handset makers. Ryan Block, author of the Engadget report, says that he doesn’t think that Google actually wants to make its own phone, but he doesn’t rule it out.

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Google’s gPhone will probably be many phones — assuming there is a gPhone - Wednesday, August 29, 2007 -

Lots and Lots of Google Phone Rumors: HTC, Android, and even Yahoo in the mix


The pace of rumors and leaks around the fabled Google Phone is picking up, suggesting that Google is making a real push to launch something early next year and and is no longer to keep everyone quiet.

Yesterday Crunchgear got confirmation from a senior (and anonymous) HTC exec that they’ve created some twenty devices for Google to test and are shooting for a Q1 2008 launch.

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Lots and Lots of Google Phone Rumors: HTC, Android, and even Yahoo in the mix - Tuesday, August 28, 2007 -

CNN.com Inks Multi-year Advertising Deal With Google Enlisting AdSense


8/28/2007 10:02:38 AM Tuesday morning, Internet search solutions provider Google Inc. (GOOG) revealed a multi-year advertising deal with Time Warner Inc.'s (TWX) news website CNN.com, which would enlist Google's AdSense advertising program to deliver site targeted advertising to CNN.com. The company noted that the collaboration places contextually relevant advertisements alongside CNN.com content, enabling advertisers to target CNN.com specifically and connect with high quality content and traffic. Under the terms of the deal, Google will serve as the exclusive provider of auction-based text advertisements throughout CNN.com.

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German Jews Want Action Against Racist Clips on YouTube


Germany's Central Council of Jews is considering pressing charges against Google-owned, video-sharing Web site YouTube for hosting videos that promote racial hatred and glorify war.

According to a news report to be aired Monday night by German public broadcaster ARD, right-wing extremists use the free video platform for sharing and viewing propaganda videos that incite to racial hatred.

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Prediction: Sooner or later, Google will buy Twitter


On one of the other blogs I write, I note that you can now import your Gmail contacts into Twitter.

BTW, only your Gmail contacts. For now.

It’s funny, this Google-Twitter connection. I know of at least two Google alumni who have gone over there. When I step back and take a wider view of the bigger picture, I see a scenario that shows a real collegial closeness between Google and Twitter.

As entrepreneurial as the Twitter folks are, and as strategically acquisitive as the Google folks are, I sense the inevitable. I can’t say when, or for how much, but write this down.

Google will buy Twitter. In fact, they should.

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Google expert says 'TV is dead'


One of the founding fathers of the internet has predicted the end of traditional television.

Vint Cerf, who helped to build the internet while working as a researcher in America, said that television was approaching its "iPod moment".

In the same way that people now download their favourite music onto their iPod, he said that viewers would soon be downloading most of favourite programmes onto their computers.

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Students Take Google as Gospel


Survey shows university students don't seem to question Google's ranking system.

University students may be encouraged to be critical but they don't seem to question Google's ranking system, according to a recent study published in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.

The experiment involved 22 undergraduate students (with various majors) from Cornell University in the U.S. It found that overall, the students had an inherent trust in Google's ability to rank results by their true relevance to the query.

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Google enjoys summer of mobility


Mobile traffic up 35% over summer months

Google's vice president of search products, Marissa Mayer, has revealed a jump in mobile access to Google's services during May and June; a time when traffic usually drops off as users go on holiday.

Google Maps has done particularly well, with the iPhone launch increasing traffic by almost 50% at the end of June. Google Maps has a huge hey-look-at-this factor, which quickly drops off once all the user's friends have been impressed (or politely pretended to be), so it remains to be seen how much of that traffic is sustainable.

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YouTube to show adverts for first time


GOOGLE yesterday began the move to recoup its £875 million investment in YouTube by introducing video advertising on to the phenomenally popular sharing website.

Until now the search engine giant has been cautious in exploiting the commercial value of the site it bought in October 2006.

But from yesterday, YouTube viewers began seeing short "overlay" adverts across the bottom of video clips.

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Picasa 2.7.0 Build 37.23


Picasa is software that helps you instantly find, edit and share all the pictures on your PC. Every time you open Picasa, it automatically locates all your pictures (even ones you forgot you had) and sorts them into visual albums organized by date with folder names you will recognize. Picasa also makes advanced editing simple by putting one-click fixes and powerful effects at your fingertips.

Picasa also makes it a snap to share your pictures – you can email, print photos at home, and make gift CDs. And with the new Web Albums feature, you can upload your photos to the web with just one click. You can even download your friends’ photos directly back to Picasa on your own computer. It’s never been so easy to share photos online. Now with Picasa Web Albums!

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Picasa 2.7.0 Build 37.23 - Wednesday, August 22, 2007 -

Google apologizes for video shutdown strategy, boosts refunds


Google (GOOG) on Monday night apologized to customers for the way it had planned to shut down its video purchase and rental service. The company offered customers full credit card refunds for any videos they had purchased through the service, and said the purchased videos will continue to be accessible for six months.

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Google searches are up, data show


ComScore Inc., seeking to give its customers more detailed information on the habits of Web users, changed its method of measuring Internet searches to include queries sent to search engines by other websites.

Under the new system, Google Inc.'s share of queries rose to 55.2% from 46.2% a year earlier. Yahoo Inc.'s share fell to 23.5% from 29.8% a year ago, the biggest decline among the top five search engines, Reston, Va.-based ComScore said Monday.

Internet search engines make money by displaying ads that are related to the user's query, with companies paying a fee when users click on the links. ComScore also said it would start measuring search queries at sites owned by companies such as Amazon.com Inc. and EBay Inc. and would track the Web-search market in as many as 15 countries by the end of the year.

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Researcher lambastes Google over Gadgets phishing flaw


Security researcher Robert Hansen has slammed Google over its response to an email he sent about a vulnerability that could allow hackers to use gmodules.com for phishing attacks. The domain is used by Google to host Google Gadgets.

Google Gadgets are small applications that can be placed on your desktop to show information such as new email, weather, time, photos and news.

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GrandCentral’s “One Number For Life” Not Really


So much for Grand Central’s “one number for life” promise. The company is turning off customer phone numbers and giving them new ones following their acquisition by Google last month.

Troy Schneider received such a notice, advising him that in 8 days his Grand Central number would be canceled and that he would be required to immediately start using a new number allocated to him. Judi Sohn received the same message: with no prior warning she had 8 days left on her existing phone number then it would cease to operate.

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American Airlines Sues Google Over AdWords


Upset that advertisements for its competitors are appearing in searches for their trademarks, American Airlines parent AMR has sued Google seeking unspecified damages.

AMR says that ads for competitors' services appear when searching for its trademarked names, such as its “Aadvantage” frequent flyer program. The company says the ads appear alongside ads placed by the company itself in the ‘Sponsored Links’ section.

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Google India goes Local with Google Adsense in Hindi


Google India has started the display of advertisements in Hindi under its contextual Adsense service. Under this contextual service, website publishers earn a portion of the advertising revenue for placing Google sponsored links on their web sites.

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VMware Chases Google in Race for Programming Talent


Aug. 20 (Bloomberg) -- VMware Inc. is challenging Google Inc. for Silicon Valley's most-coveted prize: computer- programming talent.

VMware, which went public last week and has a market value a seventh of Google's, is wooing code writers with salaries that recall the dot-com heyday of the late 1990s, headhunters and analysts say. The salaries are more than other software companies in the area are offering, said Trip Chowdhry, an analyst at Global Equities Research.

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Google invests in Chinese social network


Google buys stake in Tianya.cn, China's third largest social network, as it tries to turn around fortunes in the country

Google has taken a stake in Tianya.cn, the Chinese social networking site, broadening its presence in the world’s second-largest online market.

A spokesman for the search company confirmed that Google has invested in Tianya.cn, but declined to give further details. Reports in China suggested the holding could be as much as 60 per cent.

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Google Opens Click-Fraud Site


Google has launched a resource center about click fraud, describing 'invalid clicks,' and monitoring tools.

Google Inc. has unveiled a Web site "resource center" focused on the thorny issue of click fraud, which many consider a potential threat to the company's main source of revenue: pay-per-click advertising.

Google developed the new Ad Traffic Quality Resource Center primarily to give its advertisers a single place to find Google's information about click fraud, said Shuman Ghosemajumder, business product manager for trust and safety at Google, on Friday.

Full story: pcworld.com Posted by Picasa

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Failed actor's search for self ---- on Google


Jim Killeen is a retired cop in New York.

Jim Killeen is a parish priest in Cobh, Ireland.

Jim Killeen is a CEO in Melbourne, Australia.

And when Jim Killeen, failed Los Angeles actor, found all of them on Google, he decided to make a movie called "Google Me."

It began in August 2006 with a routine self-Google, the sort of ego-surfing that millions perform regularly to assess their status in the digital world.

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Universities sign up for online Google Apps


Google Inc. said Thursday that it had added five universities to its roster of customers for Google Apps, a collection of Web-based programs that compete with Microsoft Corp.'s products.

The University of North Carolina in Greensboro and the University of Texas in San Antonio are among the institutions that will start using the product, Mountain View, Calif.-based Google said. Google Apps includes e-mail, word processing and spreadsheet programs.

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Google browser rumors surface again


It's interesting to see the Google browser rumors make their way to the surface again. Netconcepts search strategist Chris Smith recently shared his thoughts on the possibility of the search company entering the browser wars, and several of his points are attention grabbers.

First up is the noted fact that Google had registered a "Gbrowser.com" domain name, which would lead one to believe that some sort of interest exists in such a browser. On the other hand, Google CEO Eric Schmidt has said in the past that the company would build a browser only if there were a real user benefit.

So, would there be a user benefit? Yes and no. As Google comes up with more and more applications, the usefulness of a browser of their own increases both for the user, who can then access more intensive applications with higher speed, and Google, who can then deliver these more intensive applications. In other words, the "thin client" model can only go so far.

Full article: news.com Posted by Picasa
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Microsoft and Google lock horns in email storage battle


Mine's bigger than yours

MICROSOFT ANNOUNCED a cunning plan to increase the storage limit on its Hotmail accounts from 2GB to 5GB. The move comes shortly after Google began offering extra storage on its Gmail accounts, at a price.

Google currently offers 2888MB of storage space for free. The figure on a Gmail account used to be constantly increasing and Google encouraged users never to delete email.

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