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  1. Dialing Into Success with Google AdWords Call Tracking

    For computers and tablets, you can choose to pay a minimum of $1 per call to have Google publish a forwarding number with your ads that effectively tracks the number of calls. For computers and tablets, your number will be published after setting...

  2. Google Acquires Online Photo Editor, Picnik

    Such computers wouldn't need a ton of storage and could potentially run at high speeds by just needing a browser open - as opposed to a bunch of programs all at once. Upload your photos and edit them without needing any software on your computer.

  3. Google's New Approach to China: A Closer Look at the Attack Heard 'Round the Web

    Google's initial blog post only revealed that the assault was a "sophisticated and targeted attack" on its corporate infrastructure, and that the Gmail accounts were likely accessed through phishing scams or malware placed on the users' computers.

  4. Philosophy and Search: The Big Three Founders and the Philosophers

    Brin, in an interview with an Israeli news service, said (among many insightful things) that in the future, with the benefit of computers and mobile devices, you "will see the world's knowledge as an extension of your own knowledge" -- an almost...

  5. SearchDay: Press Releases and Search Engine Optimization

    Cloud Computing Unites Yahoo, HP, Intel Posted by Kevin Heisler Jul 29, 2008 Yahoo, Intel and Hewlett Packard announced an alliance to advance "cloud computing," backing a global trend that threatens Microsoft's iron-fisted grip on packaged...

  6. Cloud Computing Unites Yahoo, HP, Intel

    Yahoo, Intel and Hewlett Packard announced an alliance to advance "cloud computing," backing a global trend that threatens Microsoft's iron-fisted grip on packaged software installed on computers. Earlier this year Google and IBM teamed up to...

  7. SES NYC Day 2 Keynote - Nick Carr "The Big Switch"

    Computers are next. With increases in bandwidth, and the "virtualization" of hardware (emulating hardware in software to deploy server configurations of arbitrary scale efficiently), it finally becomes possible to efficiently draw computing power...

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  8. Q&A with Nicholas Carr, author, The Big Switch

    The shift will proceed over many years, but if you look at how young people in particular are using their computers, you could argue that they're already mainly operating in the cloud. The idea of buying, installing, and maintaining packaged...