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Google Gets into Web Syndication with 'Family Guy' Creator

Google is getting into the entertainment delivery business this fall with 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane in a deal to distribute via Google AdSense, Web-only episodes of series "Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy."

The series will only be available on the Internet and will be promoted by Google. However, unlike Google's traditional AdSense text and banner ads, the show Cavalcade will be promoted through relatively unknown Google service called Google Content Network. Using AdSense video clips Cavalcade promos will be embedded on thousands of Web sites frequented by Family Guy fans (read males under 30), according to a report by the New York Times.

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Real-time stock quotes on Google Finance

You can now access real-time last sale prices from both the NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on Google Finance, Google.com and other search properties.

And of course it's free - there are no subscription fees or registration.

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Google Media Server

Google Media Server is a new gadget for Google Desktop.

Watch movies, music and photos on TV.

This gadget requires Google Desktop 1 or above.

Download: Google Media Server

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Google Media Server - Sunday, June 29, 2008 -

Google Media Server Set To Provide Entertainment On Your TV

Washington (dbTechno) - Google has announced the release of a brand new application called Google Media Server, which allows users to play videos, photos, music, and more from their PC, right on their TV.

The Google Media Server has the ability to hook up with any device that supports Universal Plug and Play, or UPnP.

This means that the Google Media Desktop will be able to hook up with devices such as video game consoles Sony PS3, as well as the Microsoft Xbox 360.

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Google Media Server Set To Provide Entertainment On Your TV - Saturday, June 28, 2008 -

YouTube Continues to Destroy All Competitors in Declining Video Market

YouTube's huge lead in market share over other online video sites continues to get bigger, even as the over all video viewing market continues a decline. According to traffic analysts Hitwise, YouTube now sees 75.43% of traffic to the online video category; that's up 26% from it's May 2007 marketshare of 59.95%. The nearest competitor is still MySpaceTV, which was down a whopping 44% to 9% marketshare. (Full chart of top 5 sites below.)

In April we reported that YouTube's dominance in online video was bigger than Google's dominance in search (67%). The new Hitwise numbers raise a number of questions for us.

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YouTube Continues to Destroy All Competitors in Declining Video Market - Thursday, June 26, 2008 -

New improved YouTube homepage

The new YouTube homepage answers the question "What should I watch today?" by recommending videos based on what you've previously watched, what your friends have "favorited" or rated, and more.

It's fully customizable so you can tailor it exactly to your taste. You'll have to be signed into your account to use this feature. Also this month, we added a search-suggest feature to the YouTube search box, so now you get query suggestions as you type. By offering these suggestions, we save you several keystrokes, reduce spelling errors, and improve the overall search experience on YouTube.

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New improved YouTube homepage - Wednesday, June 25, 2008 -

Microsoft Recruiting Engineers Away from Yahoo

Microsoft couldn't get all of Yahoo, but it can still get some Yahoo employees

Microsoft may not have been able to complete the deal to buyout Yahoo, but the company has now launched a recruiting campaign aimed at Yahoo's engineers.

"There is just great search talent here," Microsoft spokesperson Doug Free said during an interview.

Microsoft has several offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, where it is now showing a renewed interest in adding office space and employees. Microsoft already has offices in San Francisco and Mountain View -- about one million square feet of office space -- and 2,000 employees.

Microsoft would have been able to add 2 million square feet of office space and an additional 5,000 employees to its Bay Area roster.

The fallout from the failed Microsoft deal has seen a number of Yahoo executives flee the company over the past several months. The Mountain View-based company also laid off 1,000 employees in February.

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Microsoft Recruiting Engineers Away from Yahoo - Tuesday, June 24, 2008 -

Sources: Microsoft And Yahoo Talks Back On

We’ve got multiple sources at both Yahoo and Microsoft telling us that official talks are back on between the two companies. But we’re hearing something different than CNET - the talks are about a full buyout again, not a sweetened search-only deal.

The information we have is thin, but what one source is saying that Microsoft is talking a price lower than the $33 they were offering when the talks disintegrated in May. Given Yahoo’s recent share price (it’s below $21 today), and the fact that just about everyone other than their board and top execs are publicly screaming for a deal, I’m not surprised.

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Google To Release New Tool To Measure Internet Usage

Boston (dbTechno) - Google is getting ready to unveil a new tool that will allow them to measure Internet usage.

The report comes out of The Wall Street Journal, which stated that Google will announce the new tool as early as Tuesday morning.

The idea behind the new tool is to help out advertisers in a big way.

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Yahoo launches 'smart ads,' company profiles for HotJobs feature

Yahoo Inc. on Monday announced a new "Smart Ads" feature for its HotJobs board, along with a company profile feature that showcases employment brands using rich media and company-specific content.

Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Yahoo (NASDAQ: YHOO) said the features are designed to help recruitment advertisers meet their hiring and branding objectives by delivering more relevant job listings to candidates.

"Recruiters can leverage Yahoo's innovations in targeting -- behavioral targeting, contextual targeting, career interest, location, and HotJobs' R.E.A.L. search ranking system -- to find the right candidates," the company said.

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Android platform suffers setbacks, delays expected

According to the Wall Street Journal (which charges $90 per year to access full articles), Google’s Android plans aren’t moving quite as fast as the company had hoped.

Android chief Andy Rubin told the Wall Street Journal, “This is where the pain happens. We are very, very close.”

The slowdown appears to be a result of copious reams of red tape from carriers coupled with constant changes to the Android platform frustrating developers.

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Android platform suffers setbacks, delays expected - Monday, June 23, 2008 -

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First day of summer - Friday, June 20, 2008 -

Yahoo Mail Extends Its E-mail Domain With Ymail And Rocketmail

Yahoo will introduce two new e-mail domains for its users. The new domains, Ymail and Rocketmail, will be available sometimes during Thursday.

Yahoo officials said that due to the growing number of users, creating a name for an e-mail account on Yahoo Mail has become quite a complicated task.

Instead of simple e-mail addresses like myname@yahoo.com , the users should use various combinations. In order to ease the life of its customers, Yahoo has decided to expand the domain names of its free webmail.

The name Rocketmail was acquired by Yahoo in 1997 when the company bought Four11, which was Hotmail’s main competitor. Unveiled later that year, Yahoo Mail was based on Rocketmail engine.

The users of Rocketmail have kept their e-mail accounts after the acquisition, but Yahoo has blocked the new sign-ups. Ymail is a domain that is already well-known for the users of Yahoo Mobile services.

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Yahoo Mail Extends Its E-mail Domain With Ymail And Rocketmail - Thursday, June 19, 2008 -

Flickr Co-Founders Are Latest Executives To Leave Yahoo

NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Yahoo Inc. (YHOO) said the co-founders of its online photo-sharing Web site Flickr are leaving, marking two more executive departures from the troubled Internet company.

Caterina Fake and Stewart Butterfield - the husband-and-wife co-founders of Flickr - are leaving, Yahoo spokeswoman Diana Wong said in an email. Fake's last day at Yahoo was June 13, while Butterfield's final day will be July 12.

Fake and Butterfield sold the photo-sharing company - which lets people upload digital pictures and share them on the Web - to Yahoo in 2005. In April, Yahoo added video technology to the site, allowing users to share short video clips.

Kakul Srivastava, currently senior director of product management for Flickr, will replace Butterfield as general manager, Yahoo spokesperson Terrell Karlsten said. Sara Wood, who recently joined the Flickr team, will serve as senior director of product management, Karlsten added.

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Jerry Yang defends Google deal

'It may seem counterintuitive, but ...'

Yahoo chief executive Jerry Yang has defended his company's decision to eschew Microsoft once and for all by partnering with Google.

Shortly after the deal closed on Thursday, Yang posted an article to Yahoo's Yodel Anecdotal corporate blog stating his case on why joining forces with a former rival is the right move for the company.

"We have done something important today. We are directly addressing one key element in Yahoo's strategy to lead the way in search and display," wrote Yang.

"I believe it puts us on a faster track to creating stockholder value and strengthening our advertising leadership."

Under the deal, Yahoo will allow Google to sell and display AdWords advertisements alongside Yahoo search results.

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Jerry Yang defends Google deal - Monday, June 16, 2008 -

WorldWideScience: Like Google for Deep Web Science Stuff

Need to get access to real scientific data but having trouble finding any relevant search results in Google? That could be because a lot of the science and technology documents on the web aren't typically indexed by major search engines. They're a part of the "deep web," the repository of web pages usually generated by database-driven sites that search engines' spiders can't access.

One resource to help open up the deep web for scientific research is WorldWideScience. This portal allows you to query more than 200 million documents not typically indexed by today's search engines.

WorldWideScience is a science portal developed and maintained by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), an element of the Office of Science within the U.S. Department of Energy. The WorldWideScience Alliance, a partnership consisting of participating member countries provides the governance structure for the WorldWideScience.org portal.

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Google Docs gets PDF support

Google announced an interesting development for Google Docs last week. They have issued an update to include PDF support, adding one of the most popular online documentation and form format to their free suite.

The addition at this point does not include editing or saving PDFs, only the ability to read PDFs and paste into fields. However, it's a jump from having no PDF support at all.

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Will 2008 Be Google’s End Of Innocence?

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2008 may be the year that Google’s innocence ends, as media and governments start to cast a less forgiving eye at the behavior of the company that controls 60% of the search market and perhaps as much as half of all online advertising revenue.

In 2007 the Federal Trade Commission opened an antitrust investigation into Google’s $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick. The deal was eventually approved, although the EU took a lot longer to give their stamp of approval (The EU in general isn’t a fan of Google).

This year, though, things might not go so well. Politicians are lining up to question Google’s recent search marketing deal with Yahoo. The deal was clearly structured to try to slide past regulators, but it isn’t clear that this time Google will get a pass.

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Google Tools Will Tell You If Your ISP Is Slowing Down Your Connection

And I was starting to feel unfulfilled by the stuff coming out of Google's labs. Its senior policy director, Richard Whitt, says that they're cooking up software that'll tell you if your ISP is screwing with or slowing down your connection because you're hogging too much bandwidth, and what exactly they're doing to it. (There's already some available, BTW, since Whitt didn't mention a release date.) But it's not necessarily because they believe willy nilly in net neutrality.

Google just thinks that you have a right to know what your ISP is doing. If your ISP won't tell you, you should have the tools to figure out.

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Father's Day 2008 - Sunday, June 15, 2008 -

Google's Schmidt Disturbed That Internet Users Getting More Media For Less Money

Hearing the call of duty to fix the online ad business, Schmidt comments on publisher fears and a broad array of issues

We're not your enemy, we're your friend -- that's the message Google's Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said media companies should take home about Google. In an in-depth interview with Ken Auletta, The New Yorker's media reporter, Schmidt portrayed that by "fixing" the advertising system and bringing offline advertising online, Google is bringing advertising into the twenty first century and is doing what it takes to save advertising.

Schmidt reaffirmed his claim that Google wasn't out to just make money, but was trying to promote a greater good. He states that concerning publisher's problems with advertising, "It's a huge moral imperative to help here."

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Yahoo and Google agree ad sharing

Yahoo has agreed a deal with Google which will see Yahoo use the search engine giant's advertising technology.

Under the agreement, Google ads will appear alongside some Yahoo search results in the US and Canada.

The announcement came after Yahoo said it had failed to persuade Microsoft to renew its bid to buy all of the internet company.

Recent talks concluded after Yahoo rejected a Microsoft proposal to buy just its online search business.

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Google: we don't know how to make money from YouTube

'A whole new industry' could be created around video advertising on the web, Google said, but it's not sure how

Google has said that it is still unsure how to make money from YouTube, the enormously popular video-sharing website it owns, but hopes to be able to do so soon.

Eric Schmidt, the search giant's chief executive, said it "seemed obvious" that Google should be able to generate "significant amounts of money" from YouTube, on which hundreds of millions of videos are watched every day, but that as yet it hadn't figured out how to go about it.

He also rejected suggestions that Google dominated the web, saying that it was outperformed by Yahoo!, the internet portal, in some areas, and added that in any case the company's goal was not "to monetise everything".

In an interview with The New Yorker writer Ken Auletta, Mr Schmidt was cautious about how profitable YouTube might be, but said he believed the site could lead to "the creation of a whole new industry." He said his optimism was based on two facts: "We know people are watching it" and "We have the luxury of time to invest."

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Google co-founder aims for space

Google co-founder Sergei Brin has put down $5 million toward a flight to the international space station with the company that has sent millionaires and even a billionaire into orbit.

Virginia-based Space Adventures announced the identity of the future space traveler as well as its vision for the next decade of space tourism at a New York news conference today.

As part of the deal, Brin made a $5 million investment in Space Adventures, which would secure him a spot on the future Russian Soyuz flight to the station. The price tag for such a trip has run from $20 million (or less) to $35 million (or more). Thus, if Brin goes through with the purchase, he'll be paying millions more in the years to come.

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Google adds Firefox 3 support to Gears

Transmission revamp

Google Gears now works in Mozilla’s upcoming Firefox 3 web browser.

The company hasn’t made an official announcement as yet but the Gears code site lists Firefox 3 support for release candidate two. A Google spokesman also confirmed it to El Reg today.

Originally dubbed Google Gears, the online apps project had its moniker truncated last month because the internet giant wants it to become a Silicon Valley orgy love-in for cloud computing-obsessed web programmers.

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Google And Salesforce Cooking Up Something New Together

Google and Salesforce can’t seem to get enough of each other: over a series of announcements the companies have aligned their product strategies more and more closely over time. Now the companies are planning something new together, to be announced by Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Google VP Engineering Vic Gundotra at Salesforce’s upcoming Tour de Force developer event on June 23 in Santa Clara.

A year ago Salesforce integrated adwords tracking into their platform. Then two months ago we heard rumors that the companies were planning on deeper product integration - it turned out to be the complete integration of Google Apps (Docs, Calendar, Gmail, and Gtalk) and Salesforce’s online enterprise apps.

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Google And Salesforce Cooking Up Something New Together - Tuesday, June 10, 2008 -

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