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  1. The Search Engine Report - Number 119

    Topix.net Gains $15 Million Investment From Newspaper Parents - News aggregator and search engine Topix.net announced a new round of funding in which its newspaper owners, Gannett, Tribune Co.and McClatchy, have invested $15 million in the site to...

  2. Yahoo Toolbar To Be Installed On HP Computers IE7 Browsers

    Earlier this month, Yahoo & Acer set Yahoo as the default search engine on Acer computers. HP computers sold in Europe will have the home page default to Yahoo.com, starting immediately. The Associated Press reports that Yahoo and HP have struck a...

  3. 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)

    IE7 and visit Google, Google will go out of their way to help you switch that default to engine to Google Search. Google is upset that Microsoft sets MSN Search as the default engine on IE7. Loren Baker, from Search Engine Journal says he plans...

  4. Search Forums Roundup: May 5, 2006

    Today's SearchDay, Search Engine Forums Spotlight, features our weekly links to this week's hot topics from search engine forums across the web: Yahoo & Microsoft To Combine? New Ask.com Commercials Starring Teoma's Founder - Amazon Ditches Google...

  5. Search Engines Forum Spotlight

    Google Objects To Microsoft's IE7 Search Default Plans Search Engine Watch Forums Search Engine Watch Forums Search Engine Forums Spotlight courtesy Search Engine Guide. New Ask.com Commercials Starring Teoma's Founder Search Engine Roundtable Forums

  6. 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...