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Dialing Up A Google

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Google says its newly-discovered partnership with a Net phone provider is only to test a single feature known as click-to-call. But there's much more to voice over Internet Protocol's (VOIP) magic. It just seems foolish to conclude VoIP begins and ends for Google with click-to-call, which are...

A Few Minutes With Larry, Sergey and Eric

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Here are snippets from Google's fourth quarter earnings conference call, featuring co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page plus Chief Executive Officer Eric Schmidt. Operating System, Shmoperating System: What are the chances of a Google operating system any time soon? Schmidt said it's "not...

Google Caught In Napster Canoodle?

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The New York Post reports Google's interested in buying or partnering with online music seller Napster, Inc. The report adds to the specluation that Google is moving aggressively to put its powerful brand behind an online music selling service. Perhaps the Post should have played this story...

Dude, You're Getting A Google

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Dell Inc. says it has begun testing a heretofore unannounced partnership with Google. That was until Nancy Adzentoivich of SearchViews found this interesting Web site. The picture suggests a hybrid of Google's personalized Web site, and Dell's online store. Adzentoivich, and other blogophiles,...

Google's New Toolbar Goes To The Office

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Google's latest Web browser toolbar is the first time the Internet search provider has targeted that particular feature at enterprises. The free Google Toolbar for Enterprise beta contains administrative controls. Presumably, a company could distribute a customized version of the toolbar to...

Take Off Your Shoes, Google, You're On Holy Ground

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Google's combing the Negev for researchers.

Big Daddy Casts A Shadow

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There are new signs of Google Inc.'s rumored "Big Daddy" infrastructure overhaul. Judging from the recent plethora of evidence cited by Google watchers, it seems that Big Daddy has spread to much more of Google's network. Big Daddy, the project's supposed nickname, refers to new data centers...

Hitting on ...

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Hitting on: ...Forbes, which reports on a Bear Stearns research note predicting an iTunes competitor from Google "which we've dubbed Google Tunes. We think this is a logical step now that the nascent Google Video product has been introduced." Expect a test of the service within 3 to 6 months.

What was that?

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What Marquette University Assistant Law Professor Eric Goldman said today: "It's legislative opportunism. It's classic (bad) cyberlaw." What he was reacting to: U.S. Rep. Edward J. Markey (D-MA) intends to introduce a bill next legislative session to prohibit Internet search engines from storing...

A minute with Roger Dingledine

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Roger Dingledine created The Free Haven Project, a free software for anonymous and censorship-resistant Internet use. EWEEK'S GOOGLE WATCH Has the news that search engines turned over millions of search queries to the feds done you guys any good? It must have people running scared! "We're up...

Google's Great Wall Of China

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Google now says it'll be censoring information available through its newly-launched China Web site. In this way, the search giant's appeasing the Chinese government enough to win a business license. In return, it gets a local Web address that, in theory, creates better access to the China search...

Blacklist Me!

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Here's how to use Google to find Google CEO Eric Schmidt's home address: The terms to enter are "Eric Schmidt Google $ donations". Click on the Newsmeat listing in the first page of results. Find the 'Dean, Howard' for president entry, dated 9/12/03, on the Web page, then click "$2,000",

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