Today's search podcast covers Google wanting Microsoft to give searchers more choice in choosing their Internet Explorer 7 search engine but not already doing the same for deals Google has to be the default in Firefox and Opera; Amazon switches to Microsoft for its paid and unpaid web search listings; Ask gets topographical maps; searching for local events at SideStep and more!
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Below are links to items discussed:
Google Worried About Microsoft's Browser Advantage? What Advantage?
Google to Host Annual Stockholders Meeting May 11th
Shares Fall Due To MSN Search Performance & Spend
- More On
Amazon Dumping Google & Missing Paid Listings
Microsoft Launches Windows Live Shopping Beta
Interviews Ask.com's New CEO, Jim Lanzone
Ask.com Launches Physical / Topicgraphical Maps Views
Beyond Booking Flights & Hotel Rooms
Yahoo Tests Yahoo Buzz Box Within Search Results Page
Google Suggest For Google News
Sphere Blog Search Launches
- Sphere: A New Approach to Blog Search
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