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Gary Price

Gary Price

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  1. Oops, Specs for Dell Computers Found in Google Cache

    The News.com story: How to evade Google search, reports that once again a company, in this case Dell, has learned the hard way that what's put on a public web server is open to crawling, caching, and discovery. Specifications for future Dell...

  2. Personal Search Vertical ZoomInfo Awarded U.S. Patent

    ZoomInfo, a vertical that mines open web content for information about people (and a service we've written about many times) recently received a patent from the U.S. Patent Office. Look for an official announcement next week. Patent Info:...

  3. SideStep Powering Travel Search on Amazon.com

    DMNews.com reports that travel engine Sidestep has opened a "travel store" on Amazon.com. The story also says that SideStep has entered the UK and Ireland travel marketplace. You can find the UK/Ireland interface via the "country selection"...

  4. More on Google's Guy in D.C.

    Back in October we pointed out that Google was opening a lobbying office in D.C. Today, Matt Marshall in Silicon Beat points to an article in the Wall Street Journal (subscribers only) about Google and other tech company lobbying efforts in D.C....

  5. A Possible Clue into Google's P2P Future?

    The Searchblog post, "Google Going P2P?" points out what might be about a possible clue into what Google's plans in P2P arena. The post mentions that Sharelive was a file sharing service that shutdown in 2005 and documents some other clues. Of...

  6. Google Releases Q4 2005 Earnings

    Google has released their Q4 2005 earnings as covered in this news release. From the news release: "We are very pleased with our results for the fourth quarter as we achieved excellent performance across our businesses," said Eric Schmidt,...

  7. Sharing and Sending Web Content and More Via SMS

    I'm constantly sending reminders to myself and others via SMS (text messaging). In today's SearchDay overview of the new Google Toolbar 4 for IE (beta), Chris points out that a new feature built into the toolbar allows the user to send web...

  8. Google Has Plans to Open R&D Office in Israel

    In June, we blogged that Google planned to open a business office in Israel. Today, news that Google is in the process of also opening an R&D center there. A story in The Marker Online (an Israeli business newspapers) says that's what Sergey...

  9. AOL's "(Quick) Answer" Feature On Web Results Pages

    Although we've blogged many times about search engines becoming answer engines for some types of queries with a variety of tools and services including Google "Q&A", MSN "Instant Answers", Ask Jeeves "Smart Answers", and Yahoo Wikipedia...