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Google Brings Free WiFi to Manhattan

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The search giant will rollout free WiFi in the Southwest Chelsea part of Manhattan. Free WiFi will be available outdoors and in public spaces of the area. The deal follows Google's decision to build an ultra fast broadband network in Kansas City. The search giant will rollout free WiFi in the Southwest Chelsea part of Manhattan. Free WiFi will be available outdoors and in public spaces of the area. The deal follows Google's decision to build an ultra fast broadband network in Kansas City. 0 Comments

Google Reveals More Government Search Censorship Requests

Google U.S. Transparency Report

In the last half of 2011, governments asked Google to remove about 12,000 pieces of content from their search index and attempted to access the data of over 28,000 users. Google complied with 65 percent of court orders; 47 percent of other requests. In the last half of 2011, governments asked Google to remove about 12,000 pieces of content from their search index and attempted to access the data of over 28,000 users. Google complied with 65 percent of court orders; 47 percent of other requests. 0 Comments

Keep an Eye on iPhrase

iPhrase Technologies, which powers both Yahoo! and Lycos Finance search, has been chosen to power the search functions for the Accessible Technology Knowledgebase. iPhrase Technologies, which powers both Yahoo! and Lycos Finance search, has been chosen to power the search functions for the Accessible Technology Knowledgebase. 0 Comments

The Web Intelligence Consortium

A group of researchers has launched a new consortium focused on artificial intelligence and advanced information technology on the next generation of Web-empowered products, systems, services, and activities. A group of researchers has launched a new consortium focused on artificial intelligence and advanced information technology on the next generation of Web-empowered products, systems, services, and activities. 0 Comments