Posts Tagged: google

Google Web Accelerator

Google announced on Wednesday the release of Google Web Accelerator, beta of course. Basically it’s an Internet accelerator, designed simply to make your web browsing experience faster. Here’s how it works: Sending your page requests through Google machines dedicated to handling Google Web Accelerator traffic. Storing copies of frequently looked at pages to make them… Reads more »

Google Video Upload

If you’re into the whole video podcasting or video-blogging thing, you can now upload your videos to Google. Here’s their mission: Our mission is to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful. Currently, Google Video lets you search a growing archive of televised content — everything from sports events to dinosaur… Reads more »

Search Engine Compromise

Imagine you need to look something up on the web. Probably happens all the time! Which search engine should you use? Google might get some fast results, but Yahoo might better deliver what you want. Decisions, decisions! Stop the madness! Compromise, and use YaGoohoo!gle, at least until it gets shut down. Read: MetaFilter

Google News Sued!

I, like most people, have always said it was only a matter of time. Google News, the perpetually beta service, has finally had a lawsuit brought against it: Agence France Presse has sued Google, alleging the Web search leader includes AFP’s photos, news headlines and stories on its news site without permission. AFP said it… Reads more »

GoogleX

First Google created a Firefox start page. Now they have gone and paid homage to OS X, the latest operating system for the Mac, with GoogleX. I almost expect to see a Google Penguin page soon! While it is an interesting use of DHTML for the fancy buttons, it’s too bad they link to the… Reads more »