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  • Marissa Mayer's Take On Search
    IDG News Service had a chance to sit down with Marissa Mayer, Google's vice president of search products and user experience, to talk about search. Mayer defines the perfect search ...
  • Google Tests Skippable Ads In YouTube Videos
    With the goal of moving the industry toward more engaging ads, Google will begin testing "skippable" pre-roll ads in videos on YouTube Wednesday that could lead the Mountain View, Calif. ...
  • Google Street View Completes U.S. Effort
    Google Street View has officially finished visually cataloging all 50 US states. To mark the occasion, Google has launched an online gallery with some of what it considers to be ...
  • Is Google's Mobile Future Golden?
    Google's proposed $750 million acquisition of AdMob looks at first glance like a move sure to extend its online ad dominance to the mobile realm. But Google isn't the first ...
  • Madison Avenue Backs Google-AdMob Deal
    Agencies and even rival mobile ad networks appeared to welcome Google's proposed $750 million acquisition of AdMob announced Monday as a ringing endorsement of the emerging mobile ...
  • Google To Acquire AdMob For $750 Million
    Google announced Monday that it will acquire AdMob, a mobile display ad technology provider, for $750 million in stock. The company expects the deal to help it develop more effective ...
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  • Schmidt: Google Won't Make Microsoft's Mistakes
    Is Google destined to become the next Microsoft with regard to antitrust issues and its attempts to fend off the next generation of Web startups? "Hopefully we won't repeat the ...
  • Google Adds Nielsen's PRIZM To TV Ads
    In another ironic shift in digital media planning, Google has licensed Nielsen Co.'s PRIZM audience segmentation system for advertisers and agencies using its Google TV Ads platform. The deal is ...
  • Google Lifts The Lid Off Cookie Jar
    In the name of transparency, Google has launched a Dashboard service, which is essentially a page where users can get a sense of all the data it stores about them ...
  • Google Bows Commerce Search Service
    Google has launched a new enterprise search product for etailers. For a fee, Google Commerce Search will overhaul and organize a retailer's available online merchandise so shoppers can more easily ...
  • Google Oversells Privacy Dashboard
    Google today breathlessly announced the launch of its new Dashboard, which lets users see all of the information associated with their Google Account. "Transparency, choice and control have become a ...
  • Auletta: Google Eyed Grey Lady
    If only for a moment, Google considered buying The New York Times. Yep, Google co-founder Larry Page and CEO Eric Schmidt tell author and New Yorker scribe Ken Auletta that ...
  • Google Connect Nips At Facebook's Heels
    Google's Friend Connect accounts now let users share information about themselves for chance discovery, as well as a private email feature for users to connect with others they meet online ...
  • Data Novice: Google Proves Peace On Earth
    Writing in the Times, author and analytics novice Colson Whitehead employs Google search data to prove his theory that our country has officially entered an era of "postraciality." Noting that ...
  • More On: Everything I Need to Know About Business I Learned From Google
    OK, kids. Class is back in session. Once again, we're studying business lessons learned from Google. As you'll recall, last time we covered these five Google-isms: 1. Innovate or die. ...
  • Google, Uber Disrupter
    "Business disruption," which requires incumbents to abandon core strategies for new ones, is the key premise behind recently successful business movements like Software as a Service, open source architecture, and ...
  • The YouTube Detectives Are Watching
    Hoping to finally turn a profit on YouTube, Google is appealing to music and film footage rights owners to make ad revenue from their content rather than remove it from ...
  • Google Voice Puts More Rural Calls Through In Response To FCC Inquiry
    In response to an inquiry from the Federal Communications Commission, Google said that its voice service isn't blocking as many calls as in the past. "Google Voice now restricts calls ...
  • Google Music Search Leans Legal
    As expected, Google has launched a new music search feature that incorporates streaming audio previews when users search for artists, albums, or songs. It also includes a music discovery component ...
  • Scoble: Twitter Trumps Google Reader
    Google Reader has at least one detractor in blogger and ex-Microsoft employee Robert Scoble. Scoble, who says he used to be Google's Reader's "biggest user" -- literally, he claims the ...
  • Motorola Droid From Verizon Arrives Nov. 6
    Verizon Wireless Wednesday announced that its forthcoming Droid smartphone from Motorola will hit store shelves Nov. 6 and sell for $200, with a two-year contract and after a $100 ...
  • Schmidt: Ranking Real-Time Data Is Key
    Five years from now, expect a Web dominated by the Chinese-language and social media content, delivered over super-fast bandwidth in real time. That's according to Google CEO Eric Schmidt, who ...
  • LA Taps GMail
    The city of Los Angeles just voted to outsource its email system to Google, making it the largest city in the nation to make the move, and handing the search ...
  • Google Says 'Keep Your Phone Number'
    Google's latest move to become a bigger player in the communications space also no longer requires people to pick a phone number to use the service. Essentially, the service remains ...
  • Wave Eyes Own App Store
    Google Wave, the search giant's new Web conversation aggregator, is set to get its own version of Apple's App Store. Google Wave software engineer Lars Resmussen previously suggested Wave developers ...
  • Voice OK's Old Phone #'s
    It looks like Google has resolved the biggest issue users have had with its Voice service, having to switch to a new phone number. Yep, now your existing phone number ...
  • Search Engines Move Into A Zen Moment
    Being "in the moment" could possibly emerge as a Zen marketing and advertising strategy as search engines move toward pulling in real-time status updates from Twitter and other social network ...
  • MediaPost Seeks To Unseal Google's Report In Bungled Email Case
    MediaPost is asking a judge to unseal a report filed by Google in response to a court order deactivating a Gmail user's account. In papers filed late Tuesday in federal ...
  • Google Releases Lucky Number 7 Analytics Features
    Google apparently believes lucky numbers and analytics are as synergistic as a hand and a glove. The Mountain View, Calif. search engine released seven features in Google Analytics, giving advertisers ...