Google China Translation

Google is still censoring search results in China, even after claiming that they would walk out of there after th Google hack. Google.cn has a disclaimer which translates to “According to local laws, regulations and policies, some search results are not shown.”

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Suspected Hacking Message from Google Webmaster

Google Webmaster team has decided to send out messages about hacked or spammy websites to webmasters through Google Webmaster Tools. Users whose websites have been infected or hacked will receive these message in the dashboard for Google Webmaster.

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Internet Browser Market Share Feb 2010

Google Chrome was the only browser to have gained market share in February 2010. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Opera all lost market share in Feb 2010.

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Google Acquires Picnik

Google has officially acquired Picnik, the online image editing tool. Picnik would be integrated into Picasa Web Albums, Gmail and Google Buzz in the future.

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Google Chile Disaster Relief

Google has added a link to their homepage, clicking on which takes users to a page where they can donate towards relief for the recent Earthquake in Chile and also provides an option for users to find information about a missing person or add information if users are aware about them.

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In a very well written post, a Google employee, or Googler if you would like to call them that, Amit Singhal, wrote a pretty strong worded post against regulators butting in on regulating how search engines rank results for queries.

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Do you know about Google’s PigeonRank? Did you know that you could get your mails as hard copies? Did youknow you could send mails to previous times?

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Google Facts and Figures

Some Google Facts and figures as put up by Royal Pingdom. Facts include figures about major Google products like Gmail, YouTube, Google Chrome, Google Search and more.

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Zoho, the creator of online office products and business products have decided to adopt HTML5 to store offline data and do away with Google Gears. This decision was based on the decision by Google to retire Google Gears.

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Google Docs Cloudboard

Google has announced the launch of a new online Clipboard dubbed Cloudboard for Google Docs, which will allow users to copy and store items in the cloud so that you can paste them into different documents with proper formatting intact. The online Clipboard will allow you to copy spreadsheets and presentations and paste it into different documents, along with copying and pasting text and HTML.

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Facebook vs Yahoo, Jan 2010 Traffic

A new update from Compete says that Facebook has toppled Yahoo as the 2nd larges website in the United States. According to the compete stats for January 2010, Facebook had around 134 million page views as compare to the 132 million by Yahoo. Also 11.6% of all online time in US was spent on Facebook as compared to 4.25% for Yahoo and 4.1% for Google.

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I have never since this before when I have clicked on thousands of bit.ly links before. However, when I clicked on a Bit.ly URL today, it displayed a warning to me that the site in question is harmful and may harm my computer. The warning is something similar to what Google displays to users on Firefox and Google Chrome.

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Google Buzz was released earlier today, however, Yahoo has had a similar feature called Yahoo Updates for over a year now. So now Google is competing with Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo Updates in the Social Networking niche.

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For the first time in Google’s and Super Bowl history, Google ran a commercial during the 3rd quarter of Super Bowl XLIV (44). The ad focused on how easy it was to search and showed users on how easy it was to find things in Paris, France.

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Eric Schmidt's Tweet on Google Super Bowl Ads

Super Bowl, the pinnacle of American Football has always seen some extravagant ads in the past. Super Bowl ads are a sure shot way to get the much needed eyeballs for products. According to a tweet by Eric Schmidt, the CEO of Google, there is a very high chance that you might see a Google Chrome, Nexus One or Google Apps ad at the Super Bowl XLIV.

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