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Googleholic for November 10th, 2006

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In this issue of Googleholic we cover:
  • New look for Gmail
  • Google bombs are hitting the US election
  • GooglePhone coming down the pipes?
  • Google wants to store all users' data online
  • Google Talk integrates into Orkut
  • Google Radio expanding
  • AdSense.com
  • Google tunes up SearchMash
  • Google's Holiday gift
  • GPS-Enabled Google Maps on the Helio Drift
  • Is there a $500 million lawsuit fund for YouTube?
  • Google sends a virus
  • Schmidt at Web 2.0
Continue reading Friday's Googleholic...


New look for Gmail
Seems like Google has been tooling around with the Gmail interface. Check out the new drop down menu when reading emails, and a nice little shadow behind email boxes as well.

Google bombs are hitting the US election
Seems like the good old Google bomb added some heat to this year's election campaigns.

GooglePhone coming down the pipes?
A company has claimed to have integrated Google Talk into a hardware based VoIP product.

Google wants to store all users' data online
So that it can be accessed from anywhere, especially from online applications.

Google Talk integrates into Orkut
Now social network users can IM each other easily. Imagine this built into MySpace.

Google Radio expanding
Google is hiring a new radio salesforce to work on expanding its position in the radio world.

AdSense.com
Google finally managed to catch, okay buy, AdSense.com. What do you think that was worth? $1 million?

Google tunes up SearchMash
New features are starting to show up on Google's secret search experiment.

Google's Holiday gift
Free holiday season processing!

GPS-Enabled Google Maps on the Helio Drift
How cool is that??

Is there a $500 million lawsuit fund for YouTube?
Google denies all claims.

Google sends a virus
Seems like the Google Video team might have sent one out... to 50,000 emails. Umm. woops!

Schmidt at Web 2.0
Talks included the YouTube acquisition, their employment strategy, and the "office suite."


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