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  1. Turns Out Google Didn't Actually Delete All Its UK Street View Data

    In recent months, Google has been reviewing its handling of Street View disks and undertaking a comprehensive manual review of our Street View disk inventory. Google has admitted it has discovered more WiFi data collected by its Street View cars...

  2. Google Wallet Disables Prepaid Cards Until Security Flaw Fixed

    While a fix is being developed, zVelo has recommended that users avoid rooting their handsets and enable the "lock screen" and "full disk encryption" features as well as disable USB debugging to limit outside access from potential attackers.

  3. Bing's New Back-end: Cosmos and Tigers and Scope, Oh My

    Tiger uses Solid State Disk (SSD) technology to improve Bing’s process for checking its index against search queries. In late September, Search Engine Watch spoke with Microsoft to learn more about Bing’s new back-end search infrastructure, one...

  4. Landing Page Optimization: Guessing vs. Testing

    Your landing page isn't written on stone tablets; it's the most ethereal of objects -- a set of bits that reside on a computer hard disk and are accessible to the world. You can, within the limits of ethics and accuracy, represent yourself any way...

  5. Google Mobile Advertising on the Content Network

    You'll be presented with the opportunity to browse your hard disk to find and upload your mobile banner ad. You also know that it doesn't require creating special mobile versions of your site because the user action is to click on an ad that...

  6. The One SEO PowerPoint Your CEO Must See

    photo of a floppy disk in a landfill. The PowerPoint Your CEO Must See" comes courtesy of the tremendous response we've received from the SEO community about the Matt Cutts SEO video we published from the Web 2.0 conference.

  7. Content Ad Campaign Keyword Strategy Revisited

    Use a free tool like WinWSD Downloader to download each site to the local hard disk. The keywords you choose for content ads play a different role than they do for search ads; a point that's often tough for search advertisers to grasp.

  8. MSN Toolbar with Desktop Search Officially Launches

    MB of hard disk space recommended. After five months in beta, Microsoft has released the final version of its desktop search application, incorporating many new features based on extensive user feedback.