Apr 12, 2011 02:43 AM | CATEGORY:
Google coming out with new products every now and then showed that this Internet giant is certainly a forerunner. But the recent news about Google is its tweaks into the Hotpot product that it launched few months back.
With identical functionality, what Hotpot did will now be seen at Google places. Calling it a thing of the past, Google recently announced that Hotpot will not be Hotpot anymore. Its URL will be redirected...
Apr 8, 2011 03:58 AM | CATEGORY:
It seems that Google has got its rival on the front. Similar to Google Street View, Microsoft is all set to launch its Bing StreetSide in Germany in the month of May.
Possibly, the fight between Microsoft and Google is really at its peak.
StreetSide by Microsoft is a way to beat Google in its endeavors that witnessed regular complaints and criticisms on this subject. And when questioned, Microsoft told Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster...
Apr 1, 2011 03:19 AM | CATEGORY:
As we all know that there is nothing that can beat Google, be it a technology or a new strategy. It is quite visible that Google is on the run and brings something more interesting every now and then. After its relaunch of Street View Website, Google Chrome 11 and...
Mar 29, 2011 05:21 AM | CATEGORY:
Just like Yahoo rolled-out its 'Search Direct' to beat its business horse in the battlefield and emerge triumphant, the Internet Giant recently announced the launch of Google Instant for its Google Places. To help browsing bugs save 2-5 seconds while they search, the leader has introduced Instant feature in Places View.
Google Instant for Places View
Mar 23, 2011 03:25 AM | CATEGORY:
Once again, its Google on the front with the most latest news about Google Analytics. According to the sources, it is revealed that the leader announced the launch of a new-flanged version of Google Analytics in a Google Analytics User Conference held in San Francisco. It reached out to a group using Analytics to be a part of its testing. Though it seems like a small initiative, but Google declared to roll out the new version to everyone.