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Microsoft Opens Online Scroogled Merchandise Store

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Microsoft has escalated its war on Google with their Scroogled campaign by releasing a line of Scroogled branded items such as T-shirts and mugs. Google seems to be taking the latest assault in stride, having a bit of fun at Microsoft's expense. Microsoft has escalated its war on Google with their Scroogled campaign by releasing a line of Scroogled branded items such as T-shirts and mugs. Google seems to be taking the latest assault in stride, having a bit of fun at Microsoft's expense. 0 Comments

New Baidu Mobile Browser Takes Aim at Google, Apple

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The browser seems to take Google Chrome's approach to web apps and the ability to watch video without having to download external applications. The firm expects its browser to generate cash through the sale of advertising, web apps, and content. The browser seems to take Google Chrome's approach to web apps and the ability to watch video without having to download external applications. The firm expects its browser to generate cash through the sale of advertising, web apps, and content. 0 Comments

Google Introduces Chrome, Drive for iOS

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Day two of the Googles I/O conference in San Francisco saw the introduction of Google Chrome and Drive apps for iOS devices. Google showcased the apps latest features and showed what Google software looks like on an Apple device during the show. Day two of the Googles I/O conference in San Francisco saw the introduction of Google Chrome and Drive apps for iOS devices. Google showcased the apps latest features and showed what Google software looks like on an Apple device during the show. 0 Comments

Google, Microsoft Pitch HTTP Overhaul Options for Speedier Web

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IETF engineers are currently discussing steps to overhaul Hypertext Transfer Protocol in an effort to modernize and speed up the 1990s technology. SPDY by Google and HTTP Speed+ Mobility by Microsoft are among the proposals for HTTP 2.0. IETF engineers are currently discussing steps to overhaul Hypertext Transfer Protocol in an effort to modernize and speed up the 1990s technology. SPDY by Google and HTTP Speed+ Mobility by Microsoft are among the proposals for HTTP 2.0. 0 Comments

Google Chrome Set to Pass Firefox, Despite Microsoft Deletions

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StatCounter has been tracking Chrome's immense growth and predicts Chrome will reach second place, above Firefox, in December of this year. Meanwhile, Chrome faces challenges thanks to a Microsoft glitch that's deleting Chrome on users' systems. StatCounter has been tracking Chrome's immense growth and predicts Chrome will reach second place, above Firefox, in December of this year. Meanwhile, Chrome faces challenges thanks to a Microsoft glitch that's deleting Chrome on users' systems. 0 Comments

Google Instant Pages Prerendering Can Inflate Analytics Stats

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The recent launch of Chrome 13 featuring Instant Pages seems to be creating problems for analytics programs. The new prerendering of pages in the background while you search creates pageviews even if the page isn't clicked on in the search results. The recent launch of Chrome 13 featuring Instant Pages seems to be creating problems for analytics programs. The new prerendering of pages in the background while you search creates pageviews even if the page isn't clicked on in the search results. 0 Comments

Battle of the Browsers: Impacting Search Share

An investigation into whether affinity for a particular browser makes you more or less likely to engage with certain search engines and if the default browser search options makes a difference. An investigation into whether affinity for a particular browser makes you more or less likely to engage with certain search engines and if the default browser search options makes a difference. 0 Comments