Posts Tagged ‘google’
Another week and there is another furor building for Google. This time it surrounds their latest product launch, Google Latitude, which enables users to connect to each other and track each other’s movements.
Innocent enough, you might think… Sure, people being able to tell where you are at any given time may not be everyone’s cup of [...]
As far as some of the more digitally inclined amongst us are concerned – i.e. those that see the world as a string of zeros and ones – the world ended (albeit temporarily) on Saturday as Google stopped working properly. Technically it still worked, search results were delivered, it’s just that those results were all [...]
The Times claim each google search contributes 7 grams of CO2 to the atmosphere, google responds almost immediately, some else exposes The Times’ shoddy journalism (probably using google). I’d like to see them do an analysis of the total CO2 emissions generated during the production of a single issue of The Times.
So, this is what the programme has to say, be advised - it’s misleading as hell: “Google’s European Director will talk about some of the company’s newest initiatives and strategies. From Andriod to AdSense, and from Streetview to bringing internet by satellite to Africa. With a special focus on Google’s European business and development strategies. [...]