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  1. Leap Year 2012 Google Doodle Frogs Share Stage With Gioachino Rossini

    A quartet of frogs appear before a simple, non-interactive black Google logo on a grassy stage drawn to pay tribute to Rossini’s comic opera “The Barber of Seville. The frogs are back, and this time it’s musical.

  2. The Trouble with Tribbles: Beyond Google’s Cookiegate Browser Settings Hype

    Essentially, Apple engineers were trying to make Safari work as seamlessly as IE, Firefox, and Opera in this regard. As of January 2012, five browsers split the majority of the market: Mozilla’s Firefox 37.1 percent Google Chrome 35.3 percent...

  3. 'America's Got Talent' Features Dozen Acts Selected from Funny YouTube Videos

    YouTube viewers then selected Pittsburgh's Jackie Evancho -- a 10-year old opera singer -- to round out Tuesday's competition. According to Gary Strauss of USA TODAY, 12 new acts chosen from 20,000 audition YouTube videos submitted for inclusion on...

  4. Searching for Something to Watch

    Take gaming consoles: the PlayStation 3 already has a baked in Opera browser. Television and search are converging. For the inner couch potato in all of us, finding something good to watch could soon be more like online search, and less like...

  5. New Search Patent Applications: May 23, 2006 - Yahoo Wallets, Microsoft Answers, and Google Phrases

    If you've used the Opera browser, you may be familiar with their mouse gestures, which can be used to navigate on, and to pages. The US Patent and Trademark Office (USTPO) filings offered us additions to Google phrase searching and predictive...

  6. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    They will spend tons of time making sure a site works for IE or Firefox, even Opera. New Google Devaluation & Delisting of Pages Cre8asite Forums Although I've run up against many Google penalties in the past, I'm seeing some odd new trends that I...

  7. Search Headlines from Around the Web

    Mooter Search Engine Clusters, Even With Opera Research Buzz Dec 30 2003 3:13PM GMT Search Headlines SearchDay is headlines-only for this short week, while we celebrate the season. Happy holidays, everyone!