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by Max Lee on June 21st, 2010
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Download latest version of Flash to view video!. Click Here to View in Full Screen Mode Check out this video demo of GoogleEarth 5.2 Beta, which has multitude of new features including 3D tracking, way too cool. ...
by Max Lee on June 1st, 2010
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Here’s some big news for Google Chrome browser, it now takes 7% of world’s browser market, compare that to 24.35% for Firefox, 4.77% for Safari, and 59.7% for Internet Explorer. I did a blog post couple months back that using Google’s Chrome browser is one of the ways to make your ...
by Max Lee on April 30th, 2010
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Here’s a rather interesting story where Yahoo’s new CEO Carol Bartz advises Google that they should be “diversifying”. I think this argument comes as a comedy because I believe Yahoo’s search market losses directly were affected by them diversifying Yahoo by spending m ...
by Max Lee on April 28th, 2010
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Google has been reportedly working on Google TV, powered by Android since its announcement couple months ago. Looks like it won’t be too long before Google TV could be found everywhere as now Samsung in jumping the wagon. ¬†Whereas it took Samsung a longer time to jump on Google’s Andro ...
by Max Lee on April 9th, 2010
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Google gets “nested” labels as of today and I am really excited as I use labels a lot. You can create complex hierarchies of labels if that’s the way you like to organize your mail, and you can expand/collapse labels to save space. You’ll always be able to tell whether a giv ...
by Max Lee on March 25th, 2010
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Recently, I read up on Gizmodo’s post that Google is paying wireless carriers revenue share of mobile ads for carrying their Android-based smartphones. I think this is a “highly” great idea as we can look at the history of Google’s Adsense ads, which started small but now is ...
by Max Lee on March 23rd, 2010
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Google recently won a lawsuit against Louis Vuitton where Louis Vuitton sued for copyright infringement for allowing trademark bidding. Some companies want to limit choice for users by extending trade mark law to encompass the use of keywords in online advertising. Ultimately they want to be able to ...
by Max Lee on March 22nd, 2010
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Back in January, Google stood up against the giant country China, for censorship. Google has just announced that they will be moving all of their Google search traffic from China to Google Search Hong Kong (Google.com.uk). Google Hong Kong is basically Google’s “uncensored” versio ...
by Max Lee on March 22nd, 2010
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Google has just announced that it will be delivering some super-fast, free public internet for select cities in the U.S. We’re planning to build and test ultra high-speed broadband networks in a small number of trial locations across the United States. We’ll deliver Internet speeds more ...

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