Now Access Google Docs Offline!

Jan 29, 2008 116 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Since the release of Google docs, they've added a new dimension to composing and storing data online, what's even better that Google Docs can now be accessed offline, as the feature is currently being tested, observes Tony Ruscoe.

Now Access Google Docs Offline!

Yahoo! To Go Ahead With The Lay Offs!

Jan 29, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

After the buzz about Yahoo!'s layoffs had been doing the rounds of blogs, forums and the news media, it seems that the layoff is inevitable informs Silicon Alley Insider.

Sources close to Yahoo have told that Jerry Yang has decided to move forward with the layoffs. As expected the company's conference call this week is supposed to be the occasion for the official announcement. The layoffs are expected to be in the range of 1,500-2,500 as against hundreds, as was reported by the NYT and at other sources.

Google's Experimental Views For Search Results

Jan 29, 2008 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Google has undoubtedly ruled the search engine industry and technology through the years. One of the main reasons for their success has been impeccable research and continuous innovation to the search algorithms, enabling faster easier, effective search experience to the users.

Google AdWords Not To Allow Personal Attacks On Politicians

Jan 28, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Announcing its new policies, the Google Public Policy blog for AdWords has declared that the political ads should not include accusations or attacks relating to an individual's personal life, nor can they advocate against a protected group. Further, the Google AdWords requires politicians to comply with the editorial guidelines that states that they can campaign for any political view; ask for donations provided, they are a non-tax-deductible organization and you should never mislead the searcher. All in all, these policies go to show the strict but strong stand that Google is initiating.

Google CEO Aims High With Mobile Web Advertising

Jan 28, 2008 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

It was reported that the Google Inc (GOOG.O) Chief Executive Eric Schmidt has predicted for a 'huge revolution' with the arrival of a truly mobile Web which offers a new generation of location-based advertising.

Google CEO Aims High With Mobile Web AdvertisingAddressing a panel at the World Economic Forum, he said “It's the recreation of the Internet, it's the recreation of the PC (personal computer) story and it is before us…and it is very likely, it will happen in the next year.”

Will Too Many Footer Links Result In A Penalty From Google?

Jan 28, 2008 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Should Google penalize you if you have hundreds of links in your footer? Does having these links in the footer be considered as a normal browsing experience.

Google Can Cost You Your Job!

Jan 28, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

As more and more hiring managers turn to Google to churn out information about a job candidate, it's either be a boon or a bane for the applicant depending on how or where he or she's found on the Internet, observes Chad Sapieha.

Google To Ban Domain Tasting

Jan 25, 2008 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

It is being reported that Google won't be monetizing domains which are less then five days old. It is planning to ban newly registered domain names from participating in Google for Domain Names program. This new policy can severely hamper the practice of domain tasting and can even stop all domain tasting.

Start Voting The 2008 SEMMYS Awards Open Today!!

Jan 25, 2008 114 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Today the 2008 official SEMMYS awards have been opened for the public to vote. In our earlier post we had covered the nominations for the awards. Now Matt McGee, the brain behind the 2008 SEMMYS award has announced that the finalists for the awards have been chosen and we can now go over to the SEMMYS and vote for our favorite articles.

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Former Google Executive hired by Ask.com!

Jan 25, 2008 115 readsby Navneet Kaushal

Former Google executive, Cesar Mascaraque has been hired by Ask.com as its new European managing director starting from 4 February 2008.

Mascaraque will be responsible for the European operations for Ask.com. His previous experience at Google as head of strategic partnerships and business development for southern Europe makes him an ideal choice for the post. Before joining Google, Mascaraque was also the co-founder and director for an online asset finance platform Finexia.com.

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