This is a major accomplishment that companies such as Google, Microsoft, Dell and Hewlitt-Packard have . For a browser that doesn't come pre-installed on most computers, that's . KevinRyan Suing Google over Yahoo SEARCHING FOR MEANING Yahoo's last...
The top four industries with blogs were: Computers and Office Equipment (IBM, Dell, etc. PRWeek reports that a new study conducted by Burson-Marsteller has found that 15% of Fortune 500 companies communicate with consumers via blogs.
Google's strategic business development deals a couple years ago bundled Google desktop search with Dellcomputers and made Google the default home page on the computer's pre-installed browser. Pitting Apple against Blackberry, AT&T will offer a...
GJ: So, at the end of the day, is the best way for someone to get their arms around the shift that's already remaking the computer industry, bringing new competitors like Google and Salesforce.com to the fore and threatening stalwarts like...
Dell CEO Michael Dell used the CES event in Las Vegas last week to announce his company's new "Plant A Tree For Me" campaign. Dell said the company will donate $2 for every laptop sold and $6 for each PC.
We know that Google partnered with Dell and that Google has also partnered with Adobe to get onto the desktop. The Financial Times reports that Yahoo has partnered with Acer, the fourth largest PC manufacturer to set the default search engine to...
Take a look back at Google & Dell partnership, IE7 defaulting to MSN Search and read this. News from News.com and Reuters that Microsoft said, they will adopt a "voluntary principle" that will allow the manufacturers of the computers to decide...
Dell, Microsoft, GE, Starbucks, Johnson & Johnson, Google and IBM,
respectively. across your
computers. Tune-in by listening to this MP3
file, listening via WebmasterRadio
at 11:30am Eastern and repeated at 2pm Eastern Tuesday through Friday...
Dell Recruits Google to Resell Servers, Wall Street Journal (see also The software Traub sold did not remove spyware, in
fact, it reportedly made "users' computers less secure. May 2006 Search News Recap Posted
SearchCast, May 26, 2006: Dell's Doing Google, Dude; Google Does 50% Of US New patents from this week from Yahoo on indexing by concepts and on uses of
scripts on different computers to share data between them.
Well, Dell agreeing that for an undisclosed sum, putting Google software on its
new computers is a good thing, dude. Google millions of Dell personal computers. Today's search podcast covers Google and Dell sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g.
Google millions of Dell personal computers. Google is paying Dell an undisclosed amount for
this partnership. Desktop search, the Google Toolbar, and the default search engine will be set
to Google on these Dell PCs.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Dell will be installing Google software on "millions of Dell personal computers. That means software like Google Desktop search, the Google Toolbar, and the default search engine will be set to Google on these...
And Google should also ensure it does the
same with Dell, where it has a
that I believe makes it the default search engine on new Dellcomputers. I was off yesterday (it was a holiday in England), so I merrily missed the
And Google should also ensure it does the same with Dell, where it has a partnership that I believe makes it the default search engine on new Dellcomputers. Nevertheless, a few calls from reporters penetrated my holiday bubble, and I added a brief...
Valley university students protest Google's China censorship; Google testing
software distribution with Dell; tracking blog news BMW's back in Google and more! Google Testing Software Distribution With Dell, Plus Details On IE7 Search
Dellcomputers. We covered
last month that Google was providing personal home pages for Dell. Dell testing preinstalled Google software package from Reuters now looks at
how Google is working with Dell to put Google's desktop search and toolbar on
Oops, Specs for DellComputers Found in Google Cache - Once again a company, in this case Dell, has learned the hard way that what's put on a public web server is open to crawling, caching, and discovery.MORE”
Oops, Specs for DellComputers Found in Google Cache. Search Engine Watch Forums Yahoo Search Marketing's promised changes leave advertisers wondering where the improvements are after 6 months in development.
Oops, Specs for DellComputers Found in Google Cache Today's search podcast covers search engines skipping a US Congress
briefing on China censorship issues (but they'll make the hearing later this
month); Dell leaves not-for-prime-time info on a...