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Google Ad Policies To Be Expanded Publicly

Google's planning to greatly expand the editorial guidelines it publishes online, providing everyone a better idea of what it accepts on the advertising front. Google's planning to greatly expand the editorial guidelines it publishes online, providing everyone a better idea of what it accepts on the advertising front. 0 Comments

Puzzling Out Google's Blogger Acquisition

Pundits are scratching their heads over Saturday's surprise announcement that Google had bought weblog publishing heavyweight Pyra Labs, but a look at the big picture reveals some intriguing scenarios for 'Bloggle's' future. Pundits are scratching their heads over Saturday's surprise announcement that Google had bought weblog publishing heavyweight Pyra Labs, but a look at the big picture reveals some intriguing scenarios for 'Bloggle's' future. 0 Comments

Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

Does search dominance by Google mean that the company is destined to be hated, in the way that Microsoft endures a poor reputation due to its dominance of operating systems, office software and browsers? Such a fate is not preordained, especially given that Google faces plenty of competition. Does search dominance by Google mean that the company is destined to be hated, in the way that Microsoft endures a poor reputation due to its dominance of operating systems, office software and browsers? Such a fate is not preordained, especially given that Google faces plenty of competition. 0 Comments

Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

Does search dominance by Google mean that the company is destined to be hated, in the way that Microsoft endures a poor reputation due to its dominance of operating systems, office software and browsers? Such a fate is not preordained, especially given that Google faces plenty of competition. Does search dominance by Google mean that the company is destined to be hated, in the way that Microsoft endures a poor reputation due to its dominance of operating systems, office software and browsers? Such a fate is not preordained, especially given that Google faces plenty of competition. 0 Comments

Microsoft Smart Tags Abandoned

Microsoft has given up on its plan to add Smart Tags to web pages viewed by those using Internet Explorer and Windows XP, following bad publicity over the system. Microsoft has given up on its plan to add Smart Tags to web pages viewed by those using Internet Explorer and Windows XP, following bad publicity over the system. 0 Comments