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Google Promotes Blogs and Videos

Google has been integrating video clips into the search results, but now it appears they've added another option to quickly search for videos or blogs with that keyword in mind. I was doing a search on "multi-touch" when I noticed...

bOK, a Mobile VoIP Company, offers Free U.S. Calls

bOX is a fairly new mobile VoIP company that is offering free U.S. and Canada calling. It's similar to Jajah in that it doesn't require a software download to your mobile device. In fact, you simply text a message to...

Google buys Grand Central?

According to an unconfirmed report on TechCrunch Grand Central may have been acquired by Google. Grand Central is a great application that gives you a single phone number identity and has some cool functionality, such as the ability to move...

Google Acquires Feedburner

Google has just acquired Feedburner. Financial terms of the acquisition were not immediately available, however rumor has it that it's north of $100 million. Feedburner blog was quick to point to this FAQ link which includes some "reassurance" about user...

Google Blog Search Doesn't Suck?

After bashing Google Blog Search (saying it sucks) just 3 days ago, a Google engineer came across my blog article and emailed me. He stated that Google corrected a bug with their back-end and that TMCNet's blogs were back in...

Google Blog Search Sucks

Google Blog Search sucks and here's why. First, it is cluttered with spammy MFA (Made for Adsense) blogs that often aggregate (steal) content from legitimate blogs. I used to use Google Blog Search to see who was linking to my...

Google Talk to offer PSTN phone calls?

A Google Apps multimedia training presentation shows Google Talk with "Show dialpad" in the user interface on Slide 9. It also says "Enter a name or phone number." Currently, Google Talk only lets you dial other Google Talk users, and...

Googlemania = Future Breakup?

Google has been on a buying spree, recently picking up DoubleClick, YouTube, and Trendalyzer. They've also acquired in the past Picasa, Keyhole, Tonic Systems (a new Powerpoint competitor), and a plethora of other companies. Google is just about the most...

VoIP Patents run amok

We have all been following the various VoIP patent lawsuits. From the Rates Technology vs. Google Talk lawsuit, to Apple vs Cisco iPhone lawsuit, Verizon vs. Vonage patent infringement and many more. Well, Production Ad Absurdam has a couple of...

Google Announces Free In-Home Wireless

Google is now offering free in-home wireless broadband service as part of their TiSP beta. According to Google, "Sick of paying for broadband that you have to, well, pay for? Introducing Google TiSP (BETA), our new FREE in-home wireless broadband...

Adobe's Photoshop Heading Online? Why Not?

Adobe intends to offer a hosted version of its popular Photoshop image-editing program in the next three to six months. According to reports, this hosted version of Photoshop is part of a bigger company strategy to introduce Internet-delivered services that complement...

Google Apps vs. Office: Ready for Prime Time?

Nice to have piles of money and go around looking for things to do with it. How about Google updating its direct-competition to Microsoft's Office franchise? How many of you out there have made the move to Google for your basic...

Pontiac G5 Internet Launch?

Looks like Pontiac is launching the 2007 Pontiac G5 on the Internet. I just saw a Google video ad on my blog stating that Pontiac is launching the G5 exclusively on the Internet. The images you see are snapshots I...

Google Maps in Search Results

I just noticed Google integrated Google Maps within their web search results. I did a search on "disney time share" and the second search result has a '+'  sign next to it with the words "Map of 2918 Paine LN,...

Google click-to-call launches

Google finally launched their click-to-call feature, which is available from Google Maps. Rich has the scoop and he gave me the head's up on the news and he has a detailed write-up, including who is powering the termination - namely...

Mobile Phones Were Meant To Be Free

At least that's what Google thinks, according to published reports. And why not, with the old ad-supported business model pointing the way? Of course, this means all kinds of other stuff on your phone that you have to deal with...

Google Blogs Alert launches

A coworker noticed that his Google Alerts now contained a new "Google Blogs Alert" within his email this morning. Sure enough, I checked my Google Alerts and I saw the new Google Blogs Alert. Sweet! I recall hearing Google was...

Google stock continues to impress

According to the wires, Google is reporting a 70 percent year-over-year increase in revenue of $2.69 billion in its third quarter 2006 fiscal results, which ended Sept. 30. The Internet search engine also announced a non-GAAP operating income of $1.03...

Google buys YouTube

Google has acquired YouTube for $1.65 billion, setting to rest all the rumors. I wonder how this will affect Google's stock considering the liability risk Google will inheirit with this acquisition of an entity that is known for ignoring copyright...

Google Blog Hacked, Who's Next?

There was a lot of buzz surrounding a Google Blog post stating that the Google's click-to-call program was being cancelled. Apparently, it isn't true, but rather an unauthorized user logged onto Google Blog and made up the post.Here's an update...

VoIP over EVDO from PeerMe

Found an interesting company that can do VoIP over EVDO, a popular high-speed data network used by Sprint, Verizon, and other mobile carriers. PeerMe, today launched its free service designed to allow users of Sprint EVDO mobile phones to make...

Raketu new P2P VoIP app takes on Skype

Is Raketu the next Skype killer? Raketu today launched a new VoIP client that also offers information and entertainment services. Raketu’s communications features include dialout calling (rakOut) to landline/mobile phones, Instant Messaging (supporting Raketu, Yahoo, MSN, AOL, ICQ, Google and...

Global IP Sound releases new iSAC 2.0 codec

Global IP Sound (GIPS) today announced the availability of version 2.0 of its iSAC codec.  iSAC 2.0 is now optimized for use in hardware devices. This solution allows the makers of IP phones, gateways and chipsets to deliver products that...

AOL TotalTalk is no more

Aswath noticed that it appearred AOL was cancelling their TotalTalk service. When you go to www.totaltalk.com you are greeted with this message: "We are very sorry to inform you AOL® Enhanced Services ("AOL ES") has decided to discontinue offering the...

No Google Free National Wi-Fi Rollout? Why Not?

Much ado about Google's free local wi-fi network yesterday and even greater flap -- if possible -- about the company's lack of a national plan. (Lots of print coverage and blog coverage all over the place.) Why don't they do...
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