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Google is trying to ensure that you never leave GMail. Besides GMail being a fantastic email service, Google has continuously added features to keep you engaged. We have chat in GMail and various widgets like Google Calendar to add functionality. We also recently saw a cool revamp of the Contacts application which really did need some help. Is Google Me Really GMail 2.0
News September 3, 2010 09:01 AM ET Computerworld - Consumer Watchdog, a group that has been a sharp critic of Google's privacy practices in the past, is at it again. The Santa Monica, Calif.-based consumer advocacy group has placed an ad on a 540-square-foot digital display in New York's Times Square to promote an animated video on YouTube that depicts Google CEO Eric Schmidt as an ice cream truck driver secretly spying on children. Consumer Group Lampoons Google CEO Over Privacy Issues - CIO.com
Op-Ed Contributor - Google’s Earth “I ACTUALLY think most people don’t want Google to answer their questions,” said the search giant’s chief executive, Eric Schmidt, in a recent and controversial interview. “They want Google to tell them what they should be doing next.” Do we really desire Google to tell us what we should be doing next? I believe that we do, though with some rather complicated qualifiers. Science fiction never imagined Google, but it certainly imagined computers that would advise us what to do. HAL 9000, in “2001: A Space Odyssey,” will forever come to mind, his advice, we assume, eminently reliable — before his malfunction.
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MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA—Responding to recent public outcries over its handling of private data, search giant Google offered a wide-ranging and eerily well-informed apology to its millions of users Monday. "We would like to extend our deepest apologies to each and every one of you," announced CEO Eric Schmidt, speaking from the company's Googleplex headquarters. "Clearly there have been some privacy concerns as of late, and judging by some of the search terms we've seen, along with the tens of thousands of personal e-mail exchanges and Google Chat conversations we've carefully examined, it looks as though it might be a while before we regain your trust." Google expressed regret to some of its third-generation Irish-American users on Smithwood between Barlow and Lake. Google Responds To Privacy Concerns With Unsettlingly Specific Apology
Your memory might fail, but Google’s does not. Google with the Google Dashboard they launched last year, is better than your Facebook fiend (is true!). A one stop shop to see how much Google really knows about you, Dashboard represents Capital G’s acknowledgment of privacy concerns, even if they totally messed up your Buzz experience in the early days of the social-sharing network. The Google Dashboard was hailed as a giant step towards transparency by a corporate tycoon, a segment not too famous for the quality, and hey we still buy it. Google does give a s**t. What Does Google Know About Me And Will They $ It | theibug.com
Well, this is curious. From our checks, it seems like Google has completely omitted Yelp reviews from Google Places. As you may recall, Yelp has been frustrated by Google’s recent decision to pump up its Places service with Yelp’s content— without Yelp’s consent. During a recent interview with TechCrunch TV, Yelp’s CEO Jeremy Stoppelman said he was surprised by Google’s move but was confident that it was not a “permanent situation, from what we gather from talking to Google, they are sort of headed in a new direction that which hopefully will be more positive.” Has Google Purged Places Of Yelp? All Signs Point To Yes.
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Legal Blog Watch « Judge Shows Burglar Some Georgia Justice | Main | Blawger/Candidate Suggests Giving Your Law License to God, but Not Your Vote? » Apple Wants to Spy on You All Hi-Tech-Like Here I am, seriously considering switching from a BlackBerry to an iPhone when my contract runs out next week, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has to go and ruin it for me. On the EFF Deeplinks blog yesterday, Julie Samuels posted about Apple's patent application for technology, which Samuels dubs "traitorware," that will enable Apple to "secretly collect, store and potentially use sensitive biometric information about you."
It was confirmed last week that Google is acquiring Like.com, a visual search engine that focuses on helping people shop for clothing and accessories online. While most stories are spinning this as Google’s attempt to improve its product search engine and make inroads into the e-commerce marketplace, I see this acquisition differently. It is important to realize that before Like.com was helping people find shoes and watches online, its technology was the core of Riya, a photo sharing and search site that allowed users to upload, tag and search images based on facial recognition technology. Users simply uploaded their photo library to Riya, tag faces in a handful of the photos, and then Riya’s facial recognition technology took over and attempt to automatically tag different faces it “recognizes” so that you don’t have to. Michael Zimmer.org » Blog Archive » Google Acquires Like.com, and its Facial Recognition Technology
Google Android began with the greatest of intentions -- freedom, openness, and quality software for all. However, freedom always comes with price, and often results in unintended consequences. With Android, one of the most important of those unintended consequences is now becoming clear as Google gets increasingly pragmatic about the smartphone market and less and less tied to its original ideals. The dirty little secret about Google Android
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Updated June 20, 2010 12:01 a.m. ET As privacy snafus mount across companies such as Facebook Inc. and AT&T Inc., T -1.12% AT&T Inc. Online Privacy Protection Wins Investor Backing
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Google Envelopes | Use G-Mail To Send Real Letters I am one of those people that loves to receive real letters from friends and acquaintances. Whenever one of those little letters is dropped into my mailbox my whole day is rejuvenated and I get all sticky inside. But unfortunately, that doesn’t happen that often as pretty much all the friends I have are on the Internet with Facebook accounts, Twitter accounts and you name it.
Another rad browser plugin called Google Alarm hit the Internets this week, which alerts you every time your personal info is sent to Google's servers. How? Via notifications, a running tally of dangerous sites and, naturally, a super annoying, vuvuzela-like alarm. After seeing this new plugin — which works with both Firefox and Chrome — on F.A.T., I contacted the developer who made it: Jamie Wilkinson, who also created Know Your Meme and Mag.ma. Google Alarm, which was made during F.A.T.'s F*ck Google Week in Berlin, is supposed to make users aware of how much info they're sending to the search giant. Is Google Watching You? New Plugin Will Let You Know [APPS]
Google Has Mapped Every Router in Britain Google has mapped every Wi-Fi router in every residence and business in Britain, according to the Daily Telegraph. This news is a result of an investigation in Germany earlier this month that uncovered that the company had downloaded emails and other personal information. Using the Google Street View cars, Google explained it had intended to download what it called public information, such as MAC and SSID numbers. It has since pulled all of its Street View vehicles off the streets. But the mapping of Britain's routers has already been completed.
« Qu'on me donne six lignes écrites de la main du plus honnête homme,j'y trouverai de quoi le faire pendre » Cardinal Richelieu Greg atterrit à l'aéroport international de San Francisco à 20 heures, mais il était minuit passé quand arriva son tour aux services de douane. Il était descendu de première classe, doré comme un pti't Lu, mal rasé, détendu après un mois à la plage de Cabo (3 jours de plongée par semaine, les autres consacrés à draguer les étudiantes françaises). Quand il avait quitté la ville un mois plus tôt, il était une ruine ventripotente aux épaules affaissées. Maintenant il ressemblait à un dieu grec, et s'attirait les regards admiratifs de l'équipage à l'avant de la cabine. Quatre heures plus tard, dans la file d'attente des douanes, il était revenu à sa condition de simple mortel.
10 Almost Unknown Google Facts Today Google is the best search engine and other service providers around the world. My friend passed me an e-mail describing ten things that you might not know about Google. Feel free to share your thoughts. The name Google is a spelling error. The founders of the site, Larry page and Sergey Brin, thought they were going for ‘Googol.’ Googol is the mathematical term for 1 followed by 100 zeros.
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