A new patent application published today may reveal some of Google's plans for mobile search, according to ZDNet blogger RussellShaw. The application, Local Search and Mapping for Mobile Devices, describes a method that geo-targets a local search...
RussellShaw feels that Google is making a play at the travel vertical. Russell spotted a Google job posting for a "Google: Senior Account Executive, Travel Vertical. Russell explains that the job posting details "sounds" that "Google is building a...
Google Wi-Fi in NYC, spotted
via RussellShaw, shows Google backing wifi in New York's Bryant Park. Another stepping
stone down the GoogleNet path? It looks more like Google's putting up the money to make it
Postscript (from Danny): RussellShaw has an interesting post in the Industry Standard on how despite having a Google Store, Google didn't follow through with a
trademark application for it: Why Did Google Let The "Google Store" Trademark Die?