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  1. WHAT A PAIN this has beeeeeen all morning [and its still not working,grrrrrrrr] GMail is used by more than 113m people worldwide Business and consumer users of Google's popular e-mail service were hit by an outage on Tuesday. The service went offline at 0930 GMT with Google saying it was "working hard to resolve this problem". Professional users of Google mail are covered by a service level agreement that promises to be 99.9% operational in any calendar month
  2. Google has released the beta version of a new browser, Chrome. In its comic-book pre-announcement, Google stated correctly that watching videos, chatting, and even playing Web-based games didn't exist when browsers were first invented. For the user, Google wants the browser to disappear and to focus on the applications and pages users are viewing, rather than on the border with its tools, and such. Google has rethought the Internet browser--some of its basic underpinnings are quite novel--but users will recognize some features as they exist in other, open-source browsers on the market today. A
  3. ...wow. Google must divulge YouTube log Google owns video site YouTube Google must divulge the viewing habits of every user who has ever watched any video on YouTube, a US court has ruled. The ruling comes as part of Google's legal battle with Viacom over allegations of copyright infringement. Digital rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) called the ruling a "set-back to privacy rights". The viewing log, which will be han
  4. Regulators in the US are being urged to investigate any potential online advertising and search partnership between Google and Yahoo. The call by a coalition of 16 American civil rights and rural advocacy bodies comes despite the fact no firm deal has actually been announced. "We all suffer in such mega mergers," Gary Flowers of the Black Leadership Forum told BBC News. The justice department is examining a trial the companies did in April. It has been widely reported that it is looking into the anti-trust implications of last month's two-week test. Full story here
  5. Microsoft will launch Worldwide Telescope, a tool for exploring images of the night sky, by the end of May, free to anyone who wants to use it, Microsoft's chairman said Friday. Worldwide Telescope is software that allows people to gaze at the universe through the data collected by telescopes all around the world -- and above it: there's even data from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Full story here
  6. Google is already very successful due to its PageRank technology for web pages, and now the company has taken a further step by unveiling a cutting-edge image ranking technology called VisualRank. At the International World Wide Web Conference in Beijing, two Google scientists have presented an algorithm which manages to perform image recognition and comparison of similar images to determine a ranking which will push to the first search results those pictures which are considered most relevant to a specific search. Currently, images are ranked by analyzing the text near the image and the ima
  7. Google engineers have adapted a software programme to help track child sex predators and search for patterns in images of abuse on the web. Google created the technology for the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). It was originally developed to block copyrighted videos on the company's YouTube division. The programme uses pattern recognition to enable analysts to sort and identify files containing child sex abuse. Google says its aim in teaming up with the centre's Technology Coalition Against Child Pornography is to develop solutions that would make it harder fo
  8. By Stephen Foley in New York Thursday, 7 February 2008 With Google throwing its weight around in an attempt to stop a Microsoft-Yahoo tie-up that would threaten its dominance of the online advertising industry in the West, the search engine giant is having to come up with cleverer ideas to bolster its standing in a market where it is not No 1, China. The company is trying to fix up a delicate deal with the world's biggest music companies so it can lure Chinese web users to its site with free music downloads. In doing so, it hopes finally to make itself competitive against Baidu.com, the
  9. From PC World Google Accidentally Sends Out Kama Sutra Worm Staffers mistakenly e-mail the virus to subscribers of the Video Blog mailing list. Robert McMillan, IDG News Service Wednesday, November 08, 2006 01:00 PM PST Google accidentally sent out e-mail containing a mass mailing worm to about 50,000 members of an e-mail discussion list focused on its Google Video Blog, the company said Tuesday. "On Tuesday evening, three posts were made to the Google Video Blog-group that should not have been posted," Google said in a statement, posted late Tuesday night. "Some of these posts ma
  10. The Associated Press/LITTLE ROCK, Ark. By JILL ZEMAN Associated Press Writer Judge considers Google click-fraud deal JUL. 23 3:56 P.M. ET An Arkansas judge begins weighing objections this week to a $90 million class-action settlement between Internet search leader Google Inc. and advertisers who say they were victims of "click fraud." Circuit Judge Joe Griffin has given preliminary approval to the settlement in the case against the search engine company, but at least 51 objections have been lodged over the agreement. The two-day hearing begins Monday. Under the $90 million settlement
  11. And this was it's response.... <a href='http://www.uoforums.com/vbimghost.php?do=displayimg&imgid=405' border=0><img src='http://www.uoforums.com/imagehosting/168644aacd39b9013.gif'></a> I know, i'm easily amused
  12. I've had SOME luck with meta tags and search engines, but for the life of me, can't get UOForums to show up on google when you search for "Ultima online" Even though the main keyword IS "Ultima online" and the title is "Ultima online forums" Anyone have any suggestions?
  13. I'd hate to live in China, heh China 'blocks' main Google site More than 100 million people are online in China Chinese authorities have blocked most domestic users from the main Google.com search engine, a media watchdog said. Internet users in major Chinese cities faced difficulties accessing Google's international site in the past week, Reporters Without Borders said. But Google.cn, the controversial Chinese language version launched in January, has not been affected. The site blocks politically sensitive material to comply with government censorship rules. "It was only to be
  14. I came across this video while at google video beta, its very funny: http://www.guildportal.com/Guild.aspx?GuildID=62530&TabID=693911 I hope you all enjoy them as well. to view each one, refresh the page:grin:
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