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  1. Searching Via Internet Explorer 7 & The Battle To Be The Default Search Engine

    Explorer 7 has been released in final format, I wanted to look at how search is being handled within the browser. The biggest difference with Internet Explorer 7 is the one that's been most discussed, a visible search box built into the "chrome.

  2. Search Headlines & Links: July 27, 2006

    Explorer. Philipp Lenssen reports that Baidu, the popular Chinese search engine, will be the default search engine on all new HP's shipped to China after October 2006. Below, a recap of stories posted today to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along...

  3. Daily SearchCast, July 27, 2006: Daily SearchCast's First Birthday!; Microsoft Hires 10,000; Baidu Cuts HP Deal; Google Ranking Changes; Google: The Musical & More!

    Explorer. Philipp Lenssen reports that Baidu, the popular Chinese search engine, will be the default search engine on all new HP's shipped to China after October 2006. Check out Search Engine Watch's map which is kinda hard to read, but you can...

  4. Daily SearchCast, May 10, 2006: Yahoo Livesearch: Answers Before You Finish Typing!; Yahoo & Google Seek IE7 Users; Will It Be Google Rather Than Vegemite Sandwich? & More! (Corrected File)

    Internet Explorer 7, and visiting Google, you are prompted with a DTHML popup box that says, "Make Google your Search Engine in Internet Explorer. IE7 and visit Google, Google will go out of their way to help you switch that default to engine to...

  5. Daily SearchCast, May 2, 2006: Google Double Standards On Microsoft's IE7 Search Plans; Amazon Dumps Google For Microsoft; Topographical Maps At Ask & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Google wanting Microsoft to give searchers more choice in choosing their Internet Explorer 7 search engine but not already doing the same for deals Google has to be the default in Firefox and Opera; Amazon switches...

  6. Google Worried About Microsoft's Browser Advantage? What Advantage?

    I was off yesterday (it was a holiday in England), so I merrily missed the fireworks over Google's objections to Microsoft's plans for search in Internet Explorer 7. Whatever You Want To Call It search service via the Windows operating system or...