Saturday, July 10, 2010

New About Google - 10 July 2010

  • We’d love to hear your feedback

    July 9, 2010

    Your opinion matters to us! So we’ve put together a short survey so you can tell us how we're doing, and what you'd like to see more of on the Inside Adsense blog. We hope you'll take the time to let us know what's on your mind -- click to give us your feedback.

    If you’re keen on letting us know how you feel about our product and support, remember that you can opt-in to receive invitations to test new features, surveys about Google AdSense, and heads up about opportunities to provide feedback about your experiences by email. To do so, log-

  • Orkut App Issues Being Addressed

    July 9, 2010

    The Orkut engineering team has been hard at work addressing some recent issues and we would like to provide a status update and apologize for the inconvenience our spotty service may have caused you. We’re not done yet, but we wanted to explain to you what happened and what corrective measures we’re taking to ensure it doesn’t happen again:

    First, Orkut is based on open source software that is subject to frequent updates, which we then pull and merge into the Orkut code tree. A result is that this can sometimes makes bugs harder to discover and

  • Gmail Now Officially Supports Rich Text Signatures

    July 9, 2010

    Gmail has previously limited user signatures to simple text only. Therefore, we had written tricks to make stylish HTML signature using addons or other methods. Now, acting on widely requested feature from users, Gmail blog has announced the support of rich text signs.

    Now you can spice up your assents with fonts, colors, links and images. For this, you will have to go to Gmail Settings > General > Signature.


    Thankfully, Gmail also supports distinct signatures when you are sending mails with other email address within same account i.e. custom “From:” address. What is better than having separate signatures for different accounts? Probably different signatures for same account. Just like outlook – different signatures for replying, forwarding or composing a new mail.

    The only limitation for images is that it already has to be somewhere on the internet. You can upload images from your computer in your signature. Fortunately, you can use free image hosting services like imgur or images hack us for this purpose.

    Related Articles:

    1. 3 Methods to Transfer Emails Between Two Gmail Accounts
    2. 20 Handy Tips for Organizing your Gmail Inbox
    3. 8 Fast Tips for Slow Loading Gmail

  • What's bigger than 1080p? 4K video comes to YouTube

    July 9, 2010

    Today at the VidCon 2010 conference, we announced support for videos shot in 4K, meaning that now we support original video resolution from 360p all the way up to 4K. To give some perspective on the size of 4K, the ideal screen size for a 4K video is 25 feet; IMAX movies are projected through two 2k resolution projectors.

    We always want videos on YouTube to be available in the highest quality possible, as creators intend. In December of last year, we announced support for 1080p, or full HD. At 4096 x 2304 pixels, 4K is over four times

  • Investing in the Future of Video: YouTube Announces Partner Grant Program

    July 9, 2010

    The YouTube ecosystem is vibrant and growing fast. We have over 10,000 partners, and 94 of Ad Age’s top 100 advertisers have run campaigns on YouTube and the Google Display Network. We’ve made great progress in the last five years. But we think we can do better. That’s why today we are announcing the YouTube Partner Grants program that will invest five million dollars across select new and emerging YouTube partners. Our goal is to catalyze the creation of new ideas and production models from some of our most innovative and original content partners

  • WebFont Loader updated with Ascender Module

    July 9, 2010

    Two months ago we announced the WebFont Loader, a JavaScript library for improving the web font experience. Today we are pleased to announce the availability of the Ascender Module, so now you can use the WebFont Loader with Ascender’s FontsLive web font service.

    The WebFont Loader was designed to make it easy to switch between different providers of web fonts, including Google, Typekit, and others. The Ascender module provides users of the FontsLive service with enhanced controls over how web fonts are handled by various browsers.


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