Google Caffeine FAQ: Your Questions Answered (PC World via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

Google has unveiled Caffeine, a “next-generation architecture” for its Web search platform. The retooled search engine is said to be faster, more accurate, and more comprehensive than the current Google search setup.

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New Google Search Tools Announced (PC World via Yahoo! News)

Friday, April 24th, 2009

The version of the story “New Google search tools announced” that was posted to the wire Friday should be removed from Web sites. The story was mislabeled and inadvertently duplicate posted. This story was posted on Tuesday and attributed to the correct publication. The story came from Computerworld (US), not CIO (UK).

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A Google Search of a Distinctly Retro Kind (New York Times)

Wednesday, March 4th, 2009

Google is spending $7 million on a global print campaign to alert writers around the world that it intends to digitize every book ever written.

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Google makes mistake, internet goes crazy (ZDNet)

Sunday, February 1st, 2009

It must be tough being Google — everything they do is under 24×7 scrutiny, and any mistake made is jumped on by anyone looking for a story. For example, for twenty minutes yesterday morning, every Google search result said “This site may harm your computer”. It…

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Google reveals American holiday habits (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

Saturday, December 27th, 2008

By SEAN GALLAGHER It?s Christmas morning, and unlike most Americans, I?m at work. But like some Americans, I?m at my computer. Just looking at the top 25 Google search terms at this hour is a window into the changing celebration of Christmas: Christmas past. Think: Folger?s classic coffee commercial of the big brother making it home for Christmas. Breakfast is on the table, wrapping paper …

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Google and Apple are clear winners in customer satisfaction (The Kansas City Star)

Sunday, August 24th, 2008

American consumers seem to be a disgruntled lot as they bang away on their computer keyboards. Unless they are doing a Google search while using an Apple MacBook or iMac.

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