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  1. Microsoft Wants You to Search the Web Like Miley Cyrus

    Such a model may be applied in a search system coupled to an intranet in a hospital such that, when a search is conducted for lab results of a patient, a clinician may receive, in addition to lab results for the patient, comparative data...

  2. Welcome to Your Google-Branded Life

    You check them in your Google Health records. It's 6:30 am. Your alarm goes off. On your Android phone. You turn it off, roll over and check your GMail before dragging yourself out of bed. You get ready to leave but learn that your normal bus line...

  3. SearchDay | 3 Keys to a Successful Web Presence

    Records have been set for five consecutive years, according to data from the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PricewaterhouseCoopers. The areas they seek to invest are: Consumer Internet Software Clean-tech Bio-tech Health care Google says...

  4. GenieKnows Its Verticals

    While GenieKnows does not know specifics on your health records, it does know where to find information you might be seeking about your health. The choices to serve the gaming community, health information and local search results ended up being...

  5. Not Even a Little Evil

    Every time Google is required to comply with local laws, it is accused of being evil; every time Google stores or analyzes a new piece of information--like mail or health records--it is accused of being invasive and violating users' privacy.

  6. Google CEO Maps Missions, Stays on Message

    AOL Fires CTO & Two Employees After Search Records Slip Up If Sullivan takes a special interest in the health of the search advertising market, he'd like to know more specifically about the revenue from just those ads—yet much of the reported...

  7. Highlights from the SEW Blog: August 10, 2006

    Using the released AOL search records, the New York Times figured out who she was and interviewed her and her searching habits for the story. No more discussing whether anonymous search records might contain enough information to identify people.