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Google Earth 4.2.0205


Google Earth combines the power of Google Search with satellite imagery, maps, terrain and 3D buildings to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips.

Features:

• Explore the sky
• Fly to your house. Just type in an address, press Search, and you’ll zoom right in.
• Search for schools, parks, restaurants, and hotels. Get driving directions.
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Google Earth 4.2.0205 - Thursday, November 29, 2007 -

New on Gmail: Group chat


Just launched!

Chat just got better with group chat and new emoticons

Group chat:

Chat with multiple people without multiple windows. Invite your friends to a group discussion. To start a group chat, click 'Group chat' from the 'Options' menu when chatting.

New emoticons:

Start sending richer expressions to your friends.

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Google Maps for mobile gains location-seeking abilities sans GPS


There's a reason GPS units are so popular among geeks and non-geeks alike: people get lost easily and often. A map is helpful... if you can figure out where you are to begin with. Google knows this, which is why it has rolled out a new beta to its mobile mapping service that will allow users to automatically determine their location without GPS.

Called "My Location," the feature comes as part of the release of version 2.0 of Google Maps for mobile. My Location uses cell tower ID information to determine (approximately) where you are. Google says that it uses special "Google-developed-algorithms" to determine this, which sounds like fancy talk for triangulation (a supported phone can determine how far it is from the three closest cell towers and then pinpoint the approximate spot of the caller).

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Google Maps launches sharing feature


Google Maps has launched a collaborative map-making feature that lets you invite people to contribute to a map you have created.

Map makers can ask friends or family to contribute, or click the “Allow anyone to edit this map” to make it open to anyone. The new feature makes it easier for multiple people to plan events on Google Maps.

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Google on warpath for alternative energy


Dirty old coal is the first target of clean energy project

Google's influence over so much of our lives took an exponential leap forward yesterday when it announced it will be getting into the renewable-energy business through a programme that aims to cut dependence on fossil fuels.

The specific target of the project is coal, hence the name - the ' Renewable Energy Cheaper Than Coal' initiative, AKA RE C. With its current vast reserves of cash, Google plans to invest hundreds of millions of dollars in a bid to drive down the cost of alternative energy sources like solar, wind and geothermal power so that they might displace the greenhouse-gas-creating coal.

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Google Provides Details Of Anonymous Blogger In Israel


Google has provided the IP address of an anonymous blogger to an Israeli court as part of a defamation case, according to the Globes Online.

The defamation case centers on allegations against three members of the Shaarei Tikva council posted on Blogger, including posts that suggested the council members took bribes, pretended to be disabled to gain tax advantages, and that the councilmen have links to organized crime. The councilmen asked the court to order Google to hand over the IP address details of the anonymous blogger but the court did not order Google to do so. Instead Google entered into an arrangement where by they would contact the blogger and give him or her 3 days to respond anonymously to the allegations. There was no response from the blogger so Google handed over the IP address to the court and plantiffs despite there being no legal requirement for them to do so.

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Dell flogs Google boxes


Appliance of faience

DELL HAS AGREED to flog Google hardware. The PC maker sasy it will sell Google Search Appliance and Google Mini devices direct to corporate customers.

Dell already makes the boxes for Google, the firm has not been flogging them until now.

"Having Google Search Appliance and Google Mini bolsters our enterprise offerings and simplifies the search engine process for our commercial and public customers," said Terry Klein, vice president at Dell's Americas Advanced Solutions Group.

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Blogging from YouTube


As you videobloggers already know, you can upload your videos directly to Blogger. But for the rest of the video watchers out there, did you know you can just as easily post YouTube videos to your blog?

All you need to do is set up your YouTube account to post videos to your blog using the "Share" button. You'll enter your Blogger information once, and from then on it's one-click sharing from any YouTube video page!

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First security package for Google's Android announced


SMobile Systems says it has developed the first mobile security solution for handsets based on the Android SDK of the Open Handset Alliance. Called “Security Shield”, the software includes antivirus, anti-spam and firewall applications.

SMobile plans on adapting the “remainder” of their applications to the Android platform “in the coming weeks and months”.

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Google’s new data storage service defies copyright protection


Google is looking to both revolutionize and standardize online data storage with a new service that will allow users to store documents and media, and access it remotely from other machines anywhere in the world. However, Google could be directly in the sights of large media corporations for allowing users to share their media through speedy remote data storage access.

No word yet as to a debut date; however, the new service will allow users a certain amount of free data storage and will offer larger storage capacities for a fee, and is designed around remote access from machines other than the owner’s main computer, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Specifics of implementation have not been confirmed by Google, however one representative dropped a tantalizing innuendo that the ability to access documents and media is important to utilizing web applications in consumers’ day to day lives.

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Happy Thanksgiving - Thursday, November 22, 2007 -

gOS 1.0.1


gOS is a new operating system based on Ubuntu. It uses the Enlightenment 17 window manager instead of the usual GNOME or KDE desktops, allowing for lower memory and speed requirements. Due to the fact it leans heavy on on-line applications built on Web 2.0 and AJAX technology it also does not use much hard disk space for applications, the whole system fits comfortably in less than 2 GB of hard disk space. Also many of the documents created with gOS, such as Google Docs documents, can be saved on Google servers instead of on the local hard disk, so gOS can work with very small harddisks. In this respect a gOS PC has many similarities with a Thin client.

gOS primary features include the usage of a Mac-like Dock featuring icons linking to the following various google applications and built in off line applications:

Firefox Webbrowser, Google Mail, Google News, Google Calendar, Google Maps, Google Docs and Spreadsheets, Froogle, the Blogger YouTube and Facebook online communities as well as Meebo to online chat with a.o. Yahoo! Messenger and Windows Live Messenger users, Rhythmbox (ITunes like program for music and radio), Skype, Wikipedia, and the Xine media player. Other programs can be added to the Dock as well.

gOS also supports mini applications that run on the desktop, of which one is the clock.

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Google enlists users to perfect maps


Google Maps has added a new feature that allows users to correct inaccurate locations by fine-tuning an address within 200 metres of its original label.

Business or residential locations can be tweaked, but those that are moved over 200 metres from the previous label are double-checked for accuracy by Google to prevent abuse of this feature, otherwise the moved marker appears instantly.

Businesses that have been listed and verified through Google’s Local Business centre cannot be changed, nor can government buildings or hospitals and other public buildings.

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'Google To Purchase Skype?' Chatter Lights Up The Blogosphere


Google-Skype partnership would make sense on some levels because the companies have teamed up on some major issues.

Google (NSDQ: GOOG) and Skype, together at last? At least on some blog posts they are.

The rumor that Google might acquire Skype was started Monday in a blog on the U.K.'s respected Guardian and since then, the report has taken on a life of its own at investment firms.

Like many Google rumors there is no solid basis for any such speculation (remember the Google phone?). But it persists because there are some logical reasons for the two companies to establish a deeper relationship.

Full article: informationweek.com Posted by Picasa

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Yahoo and Sony BMG Buddy Up Over Produced Content


Sony BMG Music Entertainment has agreed, in exchange for a slice of Yahoo’s advertising revenue, to let Yahoo’s users upload videos and music clips containing its produced content.

The deal comes just over a year since Sony made a very similar agreement with Google that also entailed the release of “thousands” of music videos on Google Video (and, soon after, YouTube as well). While Google has actually secured distribution deals with all four major labels by now, this deal is Yahoo’s first and it does not suggest that Sony will actively release produced content onto Yahoo Video.

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Google Shuffles Lots Of Domains


The DNS admins had plenty to do at Google this week, with a lot of domain names being moved to Google's servers.

What do techicage, logiquate, and macroslash all have in common, besides a .com suffix? They are all Google domains, entered nice and neatly on their name servers, according to Resource Shelf.

Industry observers tracking Google's moves in the mobile phone space, particularly with regards to its Android software, will find so many Android domains that it looks like a Star Trek convention hacked Google's DNS boxes.

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Google planning to redefine television: Android TV?


When you think Google, you probably think search engine, and, with Google trying to move into the wireless industry, it may be a bit confusing as to what Google’s doing with itself. Let’s not forget one thing: the core of Google’s business is advertising. With that in mind, it would make sense why Google would want to redefine TV.

The company is currently researching methods to get Google in, on, or under your TV, and it has little or nothing to do with the Google TV ads being tested under EchoStar.

Yet Google’s not denying anything either. Vincent Dureua, Google’s TV technology boss, couldn’t state the company’s goal for the medium any more clearly: "We are confident we are going to revive the television advertising industry by bringing new advertising to it."

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Google builds very own Ethernet switches


Could rattle networking biz

Google seems to be building its very own Ethernet switches. But you already knew that. We told you in June.

On Friday, a blog post from telecom/datacom research outfit Nyquist Capital breathlessly announced that Google is using Google-designed switches to link servers inside its top-secret data centers.

"It is our opinion that Google has designed and deployed home-grown 10GbE switches as part of a secret internal initiative that was launched when it realized commercial options couldn’t meet the cost and power consumption targets required for their data centers," wrote Nyquist analyst Andrew Schmitt.

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Take Two: Google’s Wireless Ambitions


Google’s mobile ambitions have by now been widely articulated in the media, and after my initial post, I spent some time on the phone with various people discussing whether or not it made any financial sense for Google to be chasing the wireless dream. Many of the folks I chatted with expressed reservations about Google actually building a network, and felt that the company is using a big stick to get U.S. carriers to get a move on.

The FCC, for instance, has offered Google (GOOG) some measured encouragement in the hopes that the firm’s involvement in the wireless auctions would help push the prices up past the $10 billion mark. Google is, after all, obligated to make at least a minimum bid of $4.6 billion since the FCC agreed to their “Open Access” requirements for the C Block.

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Inbox 2.0: Vision And Perhaps Confusion At Google And Yahoo


A much discussed blog posting this morning comes from Saul Hansell at the New York Times who spoke to both Google and Yahoo about their plans to turn their email products into social networks in a manner of speaking: "Inbox 2.0." The plans discussed in the post suggest some clever and creative thinking about how both companies can leverage their existing products and integrate them with other properties. But people at both companies also seem to be in a kind of frenzy, which may turn out to be unjustified in the long run, over how to compete with Facebook.

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Google founder plans secret wedding for early December


Larry Page, the billionaire co-founder of Google, remains the world’s richest bachelor at least for another 3 weeks.

6 months after the Jewish marriage of his friend and partner Sergey Brin with Anne Wojcicki in the Carribean, Larry Page is planning to marry his girlfriend Lucy Southworth. This time the marriage is not planned under the “Huppa” although Larry Page is also Jewish on his mother’s side.

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Google Intros Android Mobile Phone SDK, $10M Prize


The Open Handset Alliance, headed by Google, announced that it has released a developers' toolkit (SDK) for Android. And, to provide further incentive, the Android Developer Challenge was announced, which will hand out $10 million to the winning Android developers.

If it were up to Google, Inc., there would be an Android powering every handset in the world, and the search engine juggernaut is willing to put $10 million on the line to make it happen in what is dubbed the Android Developer Challenge. To that end, the Open Handset Alliance announced that it has released a developers' toolkit (SDK) for Android, the new mobile operating system, so coders could begin developing software for Android-powered phones of the future. And, to provide further incentive, the Android Developer Challenge was announced, which will hand out $10 million to the winning Android developers.

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YouTube Uploader 1.0


The YouTube Uploader is a small piece of software which will allow you to upload multiple videos without having to use the standard upload form. Click the "Install Windows Uploader" button to download and then run the installation program to get started.

The YouTube Uploader won't interfere with any of your other media software. The YouTube Uploader sends a unique application number and information about your installation ( e.g., version number, language) to YouTube when it automatically checks for updates.

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YouTube Uploader 1.0 - Monday, November 12, 2007 -

Veteran's Day


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Google Gets Green PCs Into Government


You may associate Google with California, or perhaps with New York or Boston, where the company has important offices. But it’s with the governors of Minnesota and Kansas that the search giant has reached a new deal.

Actually, Google, Dell, HP, Intel, Lenovo, Microsoft, and the World Wildlife Fund are all members of the Climate Savers Computing Initiative, but Google seems most closely tied to this new development. “We can reduce the energy used by computers by 50% or more,” the company’s director of clean energy, Bill Weihl, told Elizabeth Landau.

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