The goal of the new website optimizer is to increase visitor conversion rates and satisfaction by testing different site content.
Google Desktop is an application from Google, which indexes the contents of your hard drive (including applications, most files, PDFs, as well as web histories from Safari, Firefox, and Camino) and makes it searchable a la Spotlight.
PC users have had the opportunity to use this application for a while, and it is nice to see that Google hasn't forgotten about the Mac user out there.
Google Desktop for the Mac is a Universal application, requires OS X 10.4 or later, and is free.
Google Inc. has entered the television advertising business by making a deal with U.S. satellite TV operator EchoStar. Google wants to provide better means of measuring the impact of TV ads.
Google engineers invented "FedExNet", a new generation of Sneakernet which they use to end an arduous process of transferring massive quantities of data.
Google is to discard some of the information it stores about user search requests in an effort to address concerns by privacy watchdogs and defend itself against government demands for data.
Rumors say that Google Phone will be a Blackberry-like device. Sources indicate that it will be running C++ at the core with an operating system bootstrap and optimized Java. It will support the voice over Internet Protocol.
Do you really know how to search in Google? Are you sure your current use of Google is not limited to typing a few words, and changing your query until you find what you’re looking for?
As we all know Google has rapidly become one of the biggest companies that deliver advertisements across the Internet. Now it plans to distribute content from media companies just as aggressively.
Late last year the security-analysis provider Watchfire Corp. found a flaw in the worldwidespread Google Desktop Search product that left personal files on the PC open to cross-site scripting attacks.