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  1. SearchDay | Create Something Newsworthy

    Barcode Scanning Now Available for Google Product Search on Android Posted by Nathania Johnson May 15, 2009 If you're the lucky owner of a G1 and are out and about shopping, mobile product search just got a whole lot easier - and fun.

  2. SearchDay | Build a Better Cesspool

    Searchme Releases Mobile App for Android Posted by Nathania Johnson May 14, 2009 Visual search engine Searchme has released a mobile application for Android. The Android is a mobile operating system by Google that is currently found on the G1 at T...

  3. Searchme Releases Mobile App for Android

    Visual search engine Searchme has released a mobile application for Android. The Android is a mobile operating system by Google that is currently found on the G1 at T-Mobile. This solves a real issue for mobile users - a faster, better way to do...

  4. Google Opens Android Marketes to Paid Apps

    Early on in the unveiling of Android's on the G1 by HTC and provided by T-mobile, we learned that the first 90 days of their application store would include free apps only. Today, the time has come to unleash paid apps by US and UK developers onto...

  5. Google Unveils Adsense for Mobile Search

    Google has launched AdSense for Mobile Search. This enables mobile website developers to place a Google search box on their sites. Google launched Adsense for mobile content in September of 2007. Last December, Google began offering mobile AdWords...

  6. Google Android on a Netbook: How Soon Will We See It?

    Thought Android was just for mobile phones? Think again! VentureBeat has taken an Asus Eee netbook and thrown Google Android on it as the operating system. It took them four hours to configure and they expect to see the first Android Netbooks in 2010.

  7. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    G1, the First Google Android Phone, Released Through T-mobile The convergence of outside economic forces, a wild presidential election and the 2008 Beijing Olympics were all signs of an industry becoming more and more mainstream and global.

  8. Local Search: Where's the Love?

    This will include lots of voice search applications, click-to-call ad models, and mobile shopping search with directly measurable calls to action like mobile coupons. As I've harped on in past columns, the mobile industry's quickly evolving...