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Google Caffeine Live

The Google Caffeine update is already live in one data center. This is basically rewriting of some basic architecture and there would not be any visible UI changes. Google Caffeine is one update which Google has been working on and asking end-users to test for a long time. (more…)

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Google Announces 2009 Google AISES Scholars

Google in collaboration with American Indian Science and Engineering Society has announced the second class of Google AISES Scholars. These AISES scholars are invited to attend the annual Google Scholars’ Retreat at Gooleplex in Mountain View, California and will also receive USD $10,000 each in 2010. (more…)

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Welcome Google Wave

Google has come up with a new product Google Wave. This time, it’s about conversation and personal file handling and sharing in real-time and in much a better way.

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How to appear Idle on GTalk Status – Invisible

GTalk is simple yet an effective instant messaging client. GoogleTalk is also one of the most popular and commonly used instant messaging clients. However, one would always feel that there are some options missing. One such important option is the privacy features. Wouldn’t it be great if there is an option to make yourself invisible […]

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How to Add Google Search to Typepad Blog

One option is to use the Google Search box provided by Google Adsense. If you do not have a Google Adsense account and need a simple Google search box, the follow the steps below. (more…)

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100 Million U.S. YouTube Viewers in October 2008

According to a recent report by comScore, U.S. Internet users watched 13.5 billion online videos during the month of October which is a 45 percent increase compared to the previous year. Hulu, another online video service which provides hit TV shows like NBA, Daily Show, 30 Rock and Family Guy moved up to the sixth […]

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Google’s Search Wiki for Custom Search

Have you ever disagreed to a Google search result? Wanted to annotate a result page or even delete or add your favorite websites on your searches? SearchWiki from Google exactly does that. Though SearchWiki has been on an experiment for a long time, starting from Thursday it would be available by default for anyone who’s […]

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Japanese to English Google Maps

Google Japan is one of the most popular non-English websites. And that’s why Google has set up its own office in Tokyo and now providing English labels for all Japanese cities, districts and even transit stations. Google would be first releasing English labels of the Japanese cities, districts, prefecture and transit station names in Japan. […]

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Online Libraries make their own Database

Nothing lasts for ever! And that’s what the libraries participating in “Google Books Library Project” have to say about Google. The libraries who are part of Google’s project to digitalize and make available books online have also started their own database trust called HathiTrust to backup all their information. And their claim? “What if Google […]

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