Google is growing and growing super fast. What started out as a simple search engine today offers tonnes of services, some of which are released rather silently in their labs. So, how do you keep track of them?
The past week our feed was down at Feedburner. It rectified itself after being down for nearly two days. Today, it went down yet again.
How do you measure the popularity of a website? Usually it’s by its ranks on the tones of ranking services out there. So, you patiently open up Alexa, Compete, Technorati etc.
Google Earth has been introduced for the iPhone and it looks really impressive. Now, I wish they introduce the same for the s60. Though, somehow I don’t think that is happening in the near future!
This week has been a rather active week for the folks at Google. You can now publish to your Blogger blog directly from iGoogle. Additionally, you can now choose to embed comments below your post inself instead of having them on a new page.
Inside Adsense reports that Adsense is now available for web-based games. As a beta user of AdSense for Games, you can display video ads, image ads, or text ads within your online games to earn revenue. You’ll be able to show these ads in placements you define, such as interstitial frames before a game, after a level change, or when a game is over.
Logged into Orkut today and found this beautiful message on my homepage. Seems like Google is going all out in making Chrome a maximum used browser. We’ve really seen the way Google promotes its products, especially on the homepage itself.
Many bloggers and site owners have Google Adsense for Search installed on their blogs. This ensures that you can provide relevant results to your blog users while simultaneously making some money on the side. While, there is no issue with other users using the search box, however, the question arises on the legality of you using the same.
Gmail added a new feature that has come as a real blessing for anyone who sends attachments. This feature is available under Labs in Gmail. I decided to give it a test and it still isn’t perfect.
If you are using a Premier Edition of Google Apps for your organization, then you have good news. You can now share videos via Google Video for Google Apps. The main features of Google Video: Share rich video information â€“ Video sharing makes important communications like internal trainings and corporate announcements more personal, engaging and effective.