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  1. Google Bringing Wind-Powered Data Center to Oklahoma

    Google will work with local utilities company Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA) to handle the power used by the Canadian Hills wind farm. Google will contract out wind power from Okalahoma wind farm Canadian Hills through way of its local utilities...

  2. Judge Orders ALL Search Engines, Social Networks to De-index Seized Websites

    Further, Dawson gave Chanel permission to change redirects and other settings via Google Webmaster Tools or other online utilities. A Nevada District Court case has ruled in favor of Chanel, allowing the company to take down over 800 domain names...

  3. .Fox Networks and comScore Unveil Research About Branding Impact of Online Advertising

    The ground-breaking study evaluated results from four campaigns across the Travel, Finance, Government and Utilities sectors. Last week, .Fox Networks (pronounced "dot-fox") and comScore unveiled the findings of a ground-breaking U.K.study at the...

  4. The Japanese Search, Why Don't We?

    Consider NAVITIME Japan, which serves the world with path finding engines (among other utilities). The battle for search supremacy in Japan is reaching a boiling point. Google is overtaking Yahoo as the number one search site and the search...

  5. Need To Track Your Brand Online? Try Search Monitor

    The Search Monitor (“TSM”), an online monitoring service that tracks competitive advertiser activity on paid search, blogs, news, and web sites, announces the product release of three new automated monitoring utilities: Competitor Monitor...

  6. Forget Competition, the Search Wars are Over

    Yahoo, Microsoft, Ask, and the thousands of search utilities on the Internet should direct traffic to Google because it's clearly the best search engine. The other search engines should just give up and declare Google the winner.

  7. Search Within a Search: Where's it Leading?

    A report from enterprise search firm Vivisimo from about this time last year highlights research from Forrester that indicates nearly half of sites don't provide adequate site search utilities. Historically, economic downturns force bizarre changes...