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  1. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - May 13, 2011

    Google considering shutting down Street View in Switzerland - Los Angeles Times Here's a roundup of today's other search news and headlines from around the web. Great Ways to Get More from Google News RSS Feeds - Search Engine Journal

  2. News Blogs Are Becoming the New Online Newspapers

    For example, Newsknife reported on March 1, 2008, a that blogs from the Washington Post, New York Times, Baltimore Sun, USA Today, and Los Angeles Times were starting to appear in Google News. What does this mean to readers of this Search Engine...

  3. Is Google Not So Portal-Like After All?

    These headlines linked directly to Pakistan Dawn, Chicago Sun-Times, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, AFP, Salt Lake Tribune, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and TIME. Now, call me a contrarian, but it appears that The New York Times and other...

  4. Search Headlines & Links: October 24, 2006

    Yahoo tests the power of packaging user content, Los Angeles Times Headlines & News From Elsewhere Google News has added a link on the top right of the home page to Google Blog Search. Also, if you do a search on anything at Google News, such as...

  5. Daily SearchCast, July 18, 2006: Google Maps Jump Into Regular Google; Avast Ye Click Pirates; Google: "We Are Idiots;" Yahoo's New Home Page, Finance & More!

    Andy Beal points to an article published at the Los Angeles Times named Oops, I thought it was interesting enough to note in today's search headlines roundup but not that big of a deal overall. Airlines Cries Search Engine Foul Over Use Of...

  6. Daily SearchCast, June 13, 2006: Google Still A Tech Company, Says Schmdit; Google Earth Gets New Features; GBuy To Take On eBay's PayPay?; eBay Takes On AdSense; Yahoo Answerers In Times Square

    Figuring everyone's had enough Google exec interviews at the moment that cover the same old ground, I put the Los Angeles Times interview today with Google CEO Eric Schmidt on our budget to be a headlines-only reference, like this: At