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  1. Google Patents Pay-Per-Gaze Advertising

    Google has been granted patents for a device that could monitor users' eyes and emotional reactions in order to deliver accurate advertising campaign analytics. The patents, which Google applied for in 2011, show images of a Google Glass-style...

  2. Google Submits Response to EC Antitrust Regulators

    After the conclusion of the FTC investigation, Google voluntarily made changes to some of its practices, including how it handles search and patent issues and agreeing not to sue willing licensees over standard essential patents.

  3. FTC: Google Demoting Rankings of Competing Vertical Websites is Justifiable

    One other area of Google’s business practices under review by the FTC was Google’s use of patents. Google allegedly “reneged on its FRAND [fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory] commitments and pursued – or threatened to pursue – injunctions...

  4. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    Authorship Patents Especially if you read the patents on Authorship and Content which states; Read the patents and you can see this is not only possible, but the patents discuss it. Remember Eric Schmidt mentioning people needing multiple...

  5. Is Agile Marketing the Future of Search in 2013?

    You need to be looking ahead to where things are going; read the patents (for example, this one on Agent Rank gives some very clear signs) and make sure you're testing all of the time. Over the last few weeks, the one thing I'm hearing a lot more...

  6. Focus on Who, What and How Before Crowdfunding Your Project

    Ideally, create and protect intellectual property via patents, trademarks, copyright, website domains, etc. You have a great idea and want to bring it to market; fast! Crowdfunding is a proven way to raise capital and go-to-market at the same time.

  7. Semantic Search in 2025

    For instance, today, if you search on Google for "what does Bill Slawski say about patents? But those results will simply be documents that contain terms such as "Bill Slawski", "patents" and "say". Eventually, a semantic search engine will be able...