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  1. Google Reveals What New & Expectant Parents Search For

    They are most popular in the cities you might expect (Portland, Denver, and Seattle) and a couple you may not (Atlanta and Dallas). With both Mother's Day and Father's Day approaching, Jordan Rost, Brad Johnsmeyer, and Allison Mooney of Google...

  2. Google+ Bowling: Real Life Bowling Rethought for Real Life

    Today, Google has announced plans to right that wrong with the introduction of Google+ Bowling to Portland, Oregon, soon to also launch in NYC and California. One area that has been woefully underserved by Google is the bowling community.

  3. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    A few months later, Google Offers launched in Portland, and has now expanded and has been performing well this month after a slow start. The search engine that became synonymous with search and the “don’t be evil” motto has now been part of the...

  4. Google Wants to Get More Local Businesses Online

    City pages were first introduced back in mid-June, at which time the product was rolled out for Austin, Texas; Madison, Wisconsin; Portland, Oregon; and San Diego, California. Google is extending its offerings for small, local businesses with the...

  5. Get On Board the OMS and ClickZ Regional Whistle Stop Tour

    The 2009 OMS Whistle Stop Tour starts in Boston on May 5, 2009, and will be stopping at New York on May 7, Philadelphia on May 8, Washington, D.C.on May 14, Austin on May 18, Houston on May 20, Dallas on May 21, Chicago on May 27, Milwaukee on May...

  6. Google Maps Adds Comprehensive NYC Transit Directions

    Google Labs Quietly Releases Transit Trip Travel Planner for Portland, Oregon Riding the subway, hopping the ferry, and catching the train just got easier in the New York City metropolitan area. Google Maps has added comprehensive transit...

  7. Google - Clearwire: WiMax Paves Internet Autobahn

    Clearwire's first mobile WiMax network (being built in Portland) boasts speeds of 5 to 6 mbps on the downlink and 2 to 3 mbps on the uplink while going down the freeway. Clearwire isn't the latest Google acquisition.