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Gmail 'vulnerability' turns out to be phishing scam


Reports that a purported Gmail vulnerability was being used by unauthorized third parties to hijack domains turned out to be nothing more than a phishing scam, Google announced Tuesday.


The alleged vulnerability reportedly allowed an attacker to set up filters on users' e-mail accounts without their knowledge, according to a proof of concept posted Sunday at the blog Geek Condition. In the post, Geek Condition's "Brandon" wrote that the vulnerability had caused some people to lose their domain names registered through GoDaddy.com.

However, after consulting with those who claimed to be affected by the so-called vulnerability, Google determined that they were victims of a phishing scam, Google information security engineer Chris Evans explained in a blog.

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Gmail 'vulnerability' turns out to be phishing scam - Wednesday, November 26, 2008 -

Google Mobile App for iPhone and iPod Touch


Google Mobile App helps you find the information you need quickly and easily with instant access to Google Search.

Search with your voice so you don't have to type.
Search with My Location makes finding business, weather, and movie info easy.
Suggestions appear as you type to save you time.
Launch Gmail, Google News, and more from one place.


Features

- Voice Search.New! Speak your queries without even pushing a single button.
- Search with My Location.New! Search for business, weather, and movie information without specifying where you are.
- Local search suggestions on a map. See nearby business suggestions on Google Maps -- just tap the "near me" suggestions.
- Instant access to search. Start a Google search with just one click.
- Google Suggest. Get relevant search suggestions as you type, saving you keystrokes.
- URL suggestions. Get to popular web sites quickly by tapping site web address suggestions.
- Contact search. Quickly find contacts in your address book.
- Search history. Get instant access to your previous searches.
- Easy access to other Google products. Launch other Google products like Maps, Gmail and News from the Apps tab.

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Google Mobile App for iPhone and iPod Touch - Saturday, November 22, 2008 -

Google may offer Chrome detailing on new PCs


We've watched the rapid evolution of Google's beta Chrome browser since it first appeared. Chrome, apparently, will not remain in an indefinite period of beta testing for the rest of its life. Speaking to The Times, Sundar Pichai, Google vice president, stated that the browser will exit beta in January. Google, meanwhile, is exploring its distribution options and examining the various ways it might improve its market share. "We will probably do distribution deals,” Pinchai told The Times. "We could work with an OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) and have them ship computers with Chrome preinstalled."

Doing so could significantly change the browser market's competitive landscape. As of the end of October, Microsoft commands some 71 percent of the market, with Firefox hovering near 20 percent, according to NetApplications. Two-thirds of that last nine percent is held by Safari, with a ragtag collection of other clients collectively holding on to about three percent of the total number of web users. Shipping Chrome as the default browser on a system wouldn't have an immediate impact on browser standings, but in the longer term, Google's share of the market would almost certainly rise. Google is also working on Macintosh and Linux versions of its shiny toy.

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Yahoo Finally Sells Off Kelkoo


Yahoo has been rumored to be selling Paris-based comparative shopping site Kelkoo for some time now, and it appears that they have found a buyer. Yahoo acquired Kelkoo in 2004 for €475 million.

The company has been sold to a UK-based private equity firm called Jamplant Ltd (update: here is a profile of the fund) for something less than €100 million, according to sources with knowledge of the deal.

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Google adds themes to Gmail


So now the sun shines out of your inbox

Google has brought themes to its Gmail webmail client – allowing you to personalise your page.

Themes have been present in iGoogle – a personalised home page – for some time, and that functionality has now been rolled out to the popular Gmail service.

Google's mail client is some way behind the likes of Microsoft's Live Hotmail and Yahoo mail, but it has taken a considerable chunk of the market.

The themes include the likes of beach, planets, ninja, pebbles and a whole host of colour changes.

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Google adds themes to Gmail - Thursday, November 20, 2008 -

Google Lively Is Dead-ly


In an economic environment where a number of companies are stumbling, it's important to remember that sometimes even Google makes bad decisions. Such would be the case with Lively, a browser-based virtual world environment - and purported Second Life killer - that Google launched this summer to great fanfare.

Now, a little over four months after Lively's launch, Google has decided to turn the lights out on the alternate reality, announcing that they are discontinuing Lively at the end of this year.

Google tried to be polite about pulling the plug:
"Since Lively's launch, we have been delighted to see the creative ways you've used the product. We enjoyed hanging out in Jen's coffee house, and checking out the Brasil Party room. We got a kick out of the YouTube videos in a variety of languages telling stories about your avatars. And we've been awed by the elaborate rooms that you've constructed, using mosaic tiles and photo gadgets in novel ways."

But ultimately, it decided to shut the whole thing down. Why?

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Google to present millions of photos from Life archives


Seattle - Google is going to start to present millions of photographs from the archives of Life Magazine. There are approximately ten million photographs that are going to be presented to the public.

The photographs have been taken throughout the twentieth century. Some of the notable photographers who took some of the archived photographs are Gordon Parks, Margaret Bourke- White, and Dorothea Lange.

You have been able to search for some of these photographs by entering the proper keywords of the photographs into the Google Image Search feature. There will be more photographs and images added to the Google Image Search feature. Life magazine stated that approximately ninety seven percent of the photographs that Google will present have never been seen before by the public.

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Google to present millions of photos from Life archives - Wednesday, November 19, 2008 -

Yang's Departure Could be Perfect Timing For Another Microsoft Bid


A deal between Microsoft and Yahoo is possible, if Ballmer and company is still interested

A possible deal between Microsoft and Yahoo could take place now that Yahoo CEO and co-founder Jerry Yang announced he will step down once a replacement can be found.

Yang will continue to work at Yahoo, a company he helped co-found, but the company will be in control of someone else. He wished to remain CEO, but Yahoo's board of directors received too much pressure from stock holders over Yang's dismal past year of service.

There is a small list of possible candidates who will take over CEO, but UBS analyst Ben Schachter believes Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will eventually end up running the company at some point.

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With Jerry Yang Gone, What Yahoo Should Do Next


Jerry Yang, after a tumultuous reign as the chief executive officer of Yahoo, the company he co-founded with David Filo, announced today that he is stepping down from the top slot. The news was first reported by Kara Swisher and later confirmed by Yahoo in a press release. He is going to make way for someone else, but will stay on the board of Yahoo and will be known as Chief Yahoo. More important, however, is the question of what Yahoo needs to do in order for Jerry to hang on to the title of Chief Yahoo!

Yang’s decision to move on isn’t a surprise – it was clear from his talk at a recent industry conference that he was tired and perhaps a little out of his depth. His choice to head the company that was looking down a deep abyss a while back was an ineffectual one, and a total and absolute failure on the part of Yahoo’s board of directors. In June 2008, I wrote about the systematic rot inside the company.

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With Jerry Yang Gone, What Yahoo Should Do Next - Tuesday, November 18, 2008 -

Google SketchUp 7


Create 3D models and share them with the world

Google SketchUp is software that you can use to create 3D models of anything you like.

Developed for the conceptual stages of design, Google SketchUp is a powerful yet easy-to-learn 3D software tool that combines a simple, yet robust tool-set with an intelligent drawing system that streamlines and simplifies 3D design. From simple to complex, conceptual to realistic, Google SketchUp enables you to build and modify 3D models quickly and easily. If you use Google Earth, Google SketchUp allows you to place your models using real-world coordinates and share them with the world using the Google 3D Warehouse.

With just a few simple tools, you can create 3D models of houses, sheds, decks, home additions, woodworking projects - even space ships.

Google SketchUp is free for personal use. No registration is required.

For Windows XP/Vista and Mac OS X (10.4+)

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Update On Google iPhone Voice Recognition App: Look For It On Monday


Google’s voice recognition search application for the iPhone, originally set for launch on Friday, will likely go live sometime Monday, we’ve heard from a source with knowledge of the situation.

Google was under the impression that the application would be live on the App Store on Friday (obviously, since they pushed all significant press attention to it). Sometime Friday they found out Apple wouldn’t be pushing it, despite the fact that Google submitted it for review earlier in the week and got a thumbs up for Friday. One source says they’ve had little direct contact with Apple during the review, instead getting their updates via the standard iPhone developer tool, which has said “in review” for the last few days.

Who knows why Apple delayed the application, or why they tend to treat every application developer equally poorly.

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Eagerly Awaiting Google’s Voice Search For The iPhone


Yesterday arguably the top tech story of the day was Google’s introduction of voice search for its iPhone app. As of this morning the updated app still isn’t available in the iTunes store (that’s not Google’s fault). I spoke yesterday afternoon with Google’s Mike Cohen and Gummi Hafsteinsson about the app and how it would work. What they described was something that sounded qualitatively different in terms of accuracy and usability vs. competitive offerings now in the market.

Unfortunately no one has had an opportunity to try the updated app yet. But, if it works as promised, it should be quite impressive.

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Eagerly Awaiting Google’s Voice Search For The iPhone - Saturday, November 15, 2008 -

Google's New Site Aims to Detect Flu Outbreaks Faster


Search Giant Watches Search Words in Effort to Track Spread of Viruses

A collaboration between Google and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta has yielded an online tool that may help people know about flu outbreaks even more quickly than existing surveillance methods.

The new tool, called Google Flu Trends, will monitor search trends to see abnormally large numbers of searches for the flu and related terms. It will then publish a map of affected areas in its new service.

Google says its new system will be able to detect influenza outbreaks up to two weeks faster than the traditional surveillance systems in use.

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Google's New Site Aims to Detect Flu Outbreaks Faster - Tuesday, November 11, 2008 -

Gmail Voice and video chat


See and hear family and friends right inside Gmail

• Chat more ways than ever from within Gmail

• Look and sound your best with high quality audio and video

• Get started easily -- all you need is a webcam

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Full-length MGM films on YouTube


YouTube, the largest video-sharing website, will show full-length films from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's archives.

The partnership is aimed boosting advertising revenue for both YouTube and the Hollywood studio.

It will result in the launch of a video-on-demand channel called Impact, dedicated exclusively to action films, TV shows and clips.

"I think it will grow into a nice little business," said Jim Packer, co-president of MGM Worldwide Television.

He told the BBC that YouTube made an ideal partner because of its 280 million monthly users.

"I think YouTube has something that a lot of sites don't have.

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