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  1. Consumer Watchdog Believes Google 'WiSpy' Potentially Logged Homeland Security Data

    The basic assumption here is that "If a residence is pictured, it means Google likely gathered data about wireless networks at that location," the watchdog said. Former prosecutor Paul Ohm, however, thinks that Google would have violated...

  2. What do the iPad and Tablet Computers Mean for Search?

    Tablet computers are ideal for using search on the move via a phone or wireless connection. Obviously search engine interfaces need to be tailored to the device. Like the iPhone before it, the iPad is a category igniter -- it won't end up being the...

  3. Making the Most of Your Local Search Marketing Dollars

    Cell phone/wireless device: 1 percent But it won't be as a result of on-device or browser-based search on the mobile device. The keynote presentation by Kevin Ryan, "Then, Now and Next," shared an unvarnished view of the search engine world that...

  4. Google Mobile Advertising: It's Time to Start

    Future mobile computers equipped with some version of hyper-Bluetooth or wireless USB will be able to utilize monitors, keyboards, and other peripherals without direct connections or messy setup. Since this device can perform all the functions of a...

  5. comScore Acquires M:Metrics

    Our acquisition of M:Metrics makes comScore an immediate market leader in this space and positions comScore to deliver significant shareholder value as wireless carriers, telecom equipment providers, media companies, advertising agencies, online...

  6. Google Android: Mobile Platform, No Gphone (Yet)

    Google's announcement may be misconstrued as a forum for interoperability to advance mobile applications and services, yet it is actually a part of Google's multilayered strategy to win over the wireless search and advertising industries and...