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Open Handset Alliance: an Android bad guys did not expect.

November 7, 2007

The hints kept coming. After unveiling Android, their new mobile phone software, it appears that Google’s plans go way beyond another proprietary new software. Instead a consortium of top tier wireless companies is already on the run, developing Android to be “the first complete, open, and free mobile platform” As Linux for mobile still has […]

October’s Triple Google Dance: eliminating Paid Link industry?

October 31, 2007

Google Dance is a Search Engine Optimization (SEO) professional term referring to the period of time when Google indices are tuned. According to Wikipedia Google Dance often cause “both a fluctuation in index size as well a significant change in a web site’s search result position.” A week ago, on Wednesday morning October 24, the […]

Israel’s airstrike on Syria: imagery clues emerge

October 26, 2007

While we are on the subject of rumors, In our new media enhanced universe it’s really just a question of time until everything is revealed. Even some things USIsrael government rather leave hidden. Thus, the Institute for Science and International Security (ISIS) website now serves the original DigitalGlobe imagery pdf report of the location where […]

FaceBook and Microsoft: is it final or is it Google?

October 25, 2007

Rumors about FaceBook negotiating a bitter acquisition bidding war with Microsoft and or Google have been around for quite some time. This morning another step was taken as the company confirmed it is planning “a significant advertising-related announcement” in two weeks, in perfect timing with the AdTech new-media marketing conference: “Facebook has invited some of […]

BuddyMapping: map-based guestbooks supporting Google Earth

October 17, 2007

In the old days, when there was only Microsoft, software were always closed in the sense of not having an Application User Interface (API) for other developers to have their own software “talking” with them. Then came Google with their very different approach leaving everything open and inviting developers from other companies to join in […]

gPhone goes for advertising and Linux

October 10, 2007

Continuing months of speculations, rumors and global buzz, more details of Google’s secret plan to dominate the mobile phone industry have been revealed by The New York Times yesterday. While Microsoft charges mobile phone companies a licensing fee for their Windows Mobile system, Google goes for advertising. If this is true, and the NY Times […]

Censorship and the Google Gulag

October 2, 2007

“Bill Gates is less dangerous than Google. All Bill has ever wanted to do is beat the day lights out of any competition, make billions of dollars and own as much of the techie world as possible”. Read more of this fantastic article about Google and its totalitarian tendencies by cool Becky from Just a […]

Google InVideo: The future of advertising. but where are you?

September 25, 2007

Soon after the announcement about integrating video feeds in their news services, Google have practically launched a limited version of their new video advertising format branded Google InVideo designed to be used on YouTube. Starting August 21, clicking on an animated overlay area of a Google InVideo ad in some selected YouTube partner videos, launches […]

Dinosaur advertisers beware: Google Gadget Ads released. almost.

September 20, 2007

Less than five months after announcing their testing group during a summit for the automobile industry and only two days after unlocking the potential of mobile advertising market by launching AdSense for Mobile, Google has just announced a limited release of their Google Gadget Ads a few hours ago. If you are thinking about running […]

deliGoo : Google meets Del.icio.us

September 14, 2007

What will you get if you put some good people from Google and Del.icio.us on a yacht and let them have some drinks together? Perhaps a new hybrid web creature made of Google and my favorite bookmarking/tagging service? I don’t have any knowledge of such a yacht cruise ever occurred but deliGoo seems to be […]