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Posted by admin | No Comments | June 4th, 2009
Blogger, Google’s proprietary publishing platform, saw the release of a new Custom Search Box gadget. This gadget, originally released in Beta form (then called Blogger In Draft), allows for a broader area of focus within a particular search. It accomplishes this by including in searches readers search posts, linked web pages, blog roll blogs, and shared link list pages. AJAX Search API’s allow for the new search gadget to aesthetically blend into any blog and, in addition, will update the custom linked search engine whenever your blog, blog list, or link lists are updated. This will allow for more inclusive yet focused searching.
Posted by admin | No Comments | May 28th, 2009
The massive online giant Google, in a continuing effort to drive technological innovation, will begin accepting entries in the second round of its Android Developer Challenge. The Android Platform, originally designed by a company with the same name in Palo Alto, CA and purchased by Google in 2005, is a Linux based operating system (OS) designed for use in mobile phones, PDA’s and other mobile devices. Google hopes to strike gold in the form of new applications for use on this platform, and those who submit the best of the best will find themselves on the receiving end of some hefty cash grants totaling nearly two million dollars.
Posted by admin | No Comments | December 31st, 2008
Over the course of the next year, ICANN, the board responsible for determining how the internet grows, is going to be introducing a broad variety of new domain name extensions, giving access to new top level domains beyond the common .com, .net, .org, etc. While previous expansions have occured, the new changes are guaranteed to offer an exceedingly large number of domains that previously were not on the market. While at first this seems like a gift to domain name squatters, looking to make money off big companies that want to protect their brand name. This isn’t guaranteed however, and with the sheer number of domains becoming available, it seems almost impossible that there will be any future in domain name squatting.