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For the second day in a row, Google has changed the logo on the main Search page with a grayed out logo that comes to life as you type in your query. Is it a coincidence that Google is holding a Search event later today in California? Nope.
Remember the video that surfaced last month wherein live updates were being tested? You know, …
Over the weekend (9/4) Google celebrated the 25th anniversary of the discovery of the buckyball but today’s interactive logo on the homepage has us all scratching our heads. There is no major holiday, anniversary or historical event that would trigger a Google Doodle, so what’s the deal with today’s logo?
Google is holding a …
Today’s special event will be streamed live to any Safari browser on a Mac running OS X 10.6 and any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 3.0 or higher. If you’re on a PC then you can follow our liveblog starting a little before 1PM ET.
Thank you, Steve Jobs.
While some of us at Techland mourn the impending loss of Wave more than others, Google released a “quick note” on what’s next for Wave.
• Wave.google.com will be available at least through the end of the year
• There will be ways to export your waves before the end of the year
We’ve heard this before, haven’t we?
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is in “advanced talks” with News Corp. and others (Disney, CBS) to bring 99-cent TV show rentals to iTunes. The Fox deal will supposedly give renters a 48-hour window to consume rentals. One of Bloomy’s sources also said Apple plans to introduce a new …
In an interview with the Telegraph in December of 2009, Marissa Mayer hinted at upcoming changes for search in 2010 and beyond. Part of her vision for the future of Google was centered on language.
“Imagine what it would be like if there was a tool built into the search engine which translated my search query into every language
The Internet was abuzz yesterday with yet another over-the-top public performance on how to quit your job. Well, it turns out that HPOA Jenny was a fake. The whole thing, after all, was posted to TheChive, which is known for its Internet pranks.
Press and public policy pundits alike were quick to jump the gun last Thursday when the NYT ran a story implicating Google in a breach of net-neutrality policy that stated the company would be paying Verizon for prioritized traffic. This would in effect end net-neutrality, as we know it. But Verizon and Google quickly issued comments …
Verizon and Google will be making some sort of announcement today. Does this mean the end of net-neutrality? We’ll soon find out.
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We’ve just received word from Google PR that Google and Verizon will be holding a joint conference call at 1:30PM ET today. Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg will both be on the call.
Check back around 1:25PM ET as both companies will preview the announcement on their respective public policy blogs. Looks like …
Over the last 10 months Google and Verizon have been working on a deal that could change the way we consume and peruse the Web. The deal would allow companies like Google, a content creator, to pay an ISP like Verizon to deliver its content to users much faster than any other content provider.
According to the NYT, the Federal …