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Following the beta release of Internet Explorer 9 last week, Google has joined in drive to rid the Internet of inferior Microsoft web browsers by announcing that Chrome Frame has been deemed stable and ready for general use. Chrome Frame is a Google initiative to overhaul older versions of Internet Explorer, equipping them with more modern browser features and improved speed. IE6 in particular is unanimously...

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After the frenzy the news of Google Instant being released in the US whipped up the other week, a number of my clients have been asking about what effects on SEO this change will bring. To summarise, SEO as a strategy for generating traffic and building online presence will not be majorly affected. Google search still needs to provide relevant websites for users and will be continuing to...

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About 2 weeks ago, we reported that some users had stumbled upon Google testing servers where they found what was known to the search industry at the time, "live search" features in Google. You can see our original article here. Now, E-Web Marketing can report that this is being seen much more often and has been officially named as "Google Instant" by Google themselves! Google describes "Instant"...

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For as far back as we can remember, Google has been rolling out different logos for different events (such as the federal election) and birthdays of famous dead celebrities (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr) which keeps it interesting and prevents us from getting tired of the same logo day in and day out. On May 22nd this year, Google went a step further and released a...

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Google has begun discussions with major record labels to create and launch its own online music download store, in the latest instalment of its ongoing quest for world media domination. The new music platform, which Google hopes to see implemented and generating sales by Christmas, will be in direct competition the Apple iTunes Store, the online music market dominator which currently claims 70% of legal music...

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Fresh from having settled a 8.5 billion USD lawsuit over the privacy scandal-ridden launch of Google Buzz, the company behind the world’s leading search engine again finds itself in the line of legal fire. An anti-trust investigation into Google’s business practices has been initiated by the office of the Texas Attorney General. The office has been in contact with Google regarding complaints made by several businesses...

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Google has announced its intention to release Priority Inbox, a new beta feature aimed at reducing Gmail clutter, irrelevancy and good old fashioned spam. With the modern email user bombarded on a daily basis by messages from friends, colleagues, strangers and automatic robots, organising coherent and applicable responses to the ongoing inbox assault is a neverending task. Priority Inbox aims to act as a strategtic advisor...

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Microsoft and Yahoo have announced the merge of their search engines (Yahoo! and Bing) to take on the world's leading search engine Google. Microsoft will be powering the Yahoo search capability with their more sophisticated Bing engine, and Yahoo will become the sales force for both companies' paid search advertisers. The partnership is a 10 year deal, where Yahoo will use Bing's search technology on its...

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Google launched a new functionality to its Gmail service earlier this week, allowing account holders to make voice calls. Gmail users have been able to voice chat for several years now, and telecommunications service Google Voice was rolled out in the United States last year. Now the two have been merged, allowing users the ability to connect to landlines from within Gmail. With this latest development,...

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Google have announced they will be launching a new commercial platform, the Google Chrome Web Store, to target the casual online gaming and web application market. According to Google, it is very difficult to find quality and entertaining web products amongst the thousands of applications and games available across the Internet. Its new Web Store aims to solve this consumer problem. Unlike the Apple App Store, Android Market and other mobile application stores...

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