In a bid to attract Internet search giant Google’s attention to the city as a test bed for new fiber-optic technology for faster Internet connections, Bill Bunten, the mayor of Topeka, capital city of Kansas, said in a formal proclamation on Monday that the city, for the month of March, will be called ‘Google’: “Google, Kansas -- the capital city of fiber optics.”
Microsoft has apparently initiated some kind of a proxy war against Google – a fact that has peeved Google no end! Clearly behind two of the three complaints about Google’s search and advertising businesses to the European Union antitrust authorities, the software biggie has notably ‘contributed’ to the antitrust proceedings against Google.
US search engine giant Google has been called upon by the EU data protection authorities to make some changes to Google Street View, mainly shorten the period for which it stores images on the service, because of privacy concerns.
Since the initiation of online gambling, search engines have served as the vital advertising medium backing the online gaming world grow.
For those befuddled between Google, Bing, Yahoo seeking to have the best results for a keyword search, Yabigo serves all the confusion.
Susan Wojcicki, Vice President of Product Management at Google, announced changes in business models and technology during the IAB Annual Leadership Meeting 2010 in Carlsbad, Calif.
Google on Monday launched an updated online ad-serving technology platform for publishers, which incorporates more of the DoubleClick ad exchange it acquired in 2008.
Parents and privacy watchdogs have suggested that Google Inc.'s new social networking tool, called Buzz, may render children at risk.
The concern emerged in a personal way for technology analyst Charlene Li. On Sunday night, she found that her 9-year-old daughter had publicly shared a personal conversation on Buzz without intending to. A troubled Li landed on a high when she found her daughter's fourth-grade classmates chatting with strangers.