Archive for June, 2007

Google Privacy Practice under Threat:
Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Privacy International is a London based solitude regulatory group. It has questioned a report which cites privacy practices of Google as the most horrible amongst large online objectives. None of those websites evaluated scored a confidentiality friendly ranking. Some were tagged privacy conscious but needed developments, or treated as generally conscious but with noteworthy lapses. [...]

Difference of Search Engines:
Saturday, June 30th, 2007

You might have been using a particular search engine for long now and with what, total trust on it that it was giving you your desired results? Well, here is some striking stats for you that might get you to think about your whole search pattern altogether. Not more than 1% of the search queries, [...]

Google Talk:
Friday, June 29th, 2007

One of the most popular things can be found in the World Wide Web is the smileys. Google sure has some upper hands on anybody else in providing the smileys. To have ice on cake there are now even a bigger range of emoticons to give you the independence from the users to choose from [...]

Google Desktop Search:
Friday, June 29th, 2007

Google desktop results are always more effective and obviously less time consuming than other Search Engines such as, MSN, Yahoo etc. A user can visualize Google desktop results on a quite similar map now. An add-on for Google Desktop is GDS Images and Document Maps is capable of creating a map from his pictures, email [...]

Check Website For Badware:
Thursday, June 28th, 2007

If your site has been flagged by Google for Badware you want to check your site to see why. There are three categories that your site can fall into. Either it has software for download that has Malware or Badware included or embedded in that software, there is scripts embedded into the HTML [...]

Google Mobile Search:
Thursday, June 28th, 2007

According to ZD Net Blogger Russell Shaw, a new patent application is published – which may disclose some of the future plans of mobile searches by Google, the largest Search Engine of the world today. The name of this new patent application is Local Search and Mapping for Mobile Devices. It describes a procedure which [...] Sold for $5m:
Wednesday, June 27th, 2007

This news came to me quite as a surprise. The domain was sold for $5M to Mike Mann.
He previously sold BuyDomains few years back for $65+ Million but he didn’t go quietly into retirement. He started WashingtonVC, a Venture Capital firm in Washington DC. Mike has always known the value of good domain names. [...]

Online News Video:
Tuesday, June 26th, 2007

ClipBlast, a directory to find the most professional and relevant videos on the web, recently pointed out an interesting fact in stats released by them. In their study, they found that “video news” is the fastest-growing category in its class. ClipBlast has found that video news now makes up about 32 percent of all the [...]

Microsoft doesn’t need Yahoo:
Monday, June 25th, 2007

In recent times Microsoft Company is trying very hard to be the top online advertising company. But Microsoft is facing a steep competition against Google. To be number one in the online advertising industry – Microsoft does not need to buy Yahoo anymore due to the purchase of aQuantive and its other advertising assets. This [...]

Social networks expanding with Search engines:
Sunday, June 24th, 2007

The social networking is following search engines according to the rankings of most used and favorite internet tools. The continuous growth of these sorts of sites has brought some excellent opportunities for both web 2.0 entrepreneurs and online marketers. A statistics shows that MySpace has the majority of the shares of social networking (80.74). This [...]