Saturday, April 9, 2011

New About Google - 09 april 2011

  • Fridaygram
    April 8, 2011

    This post is by Scott Knaster of Google Developer Relations. Scott works on technical docs at Google and is editor of this very blog. A Silicon Valley veteran, Scott enjoys listening to music, spending time with his family, and writing about himself in the third person.

    If you’ve ever tried to make a big announcement on a Friday, you might have discovered that lots of people aren’t paying attention at the end of the work week. Like many organizations and blogs (although certainly not all), we’ve generally avoided publishing posts
  • This week's Trends: debris, the president and miniature cities
    April 8, 2011
    Each weekday, we at YouTube Trends take a look at the most interesting videos and cultural phenomena on YouTube as they develop. We want take a moment to highlight some of what we've come across this week:

  • Hotpot is going Places
    April 8, 2011
    (Cross-posted from the Google Places Blog)

    Last November, we introduced Hotpot, our recommendation engine to help people discover great new places when they search on Google. It’s simple: Rate and review the places you know, add friends whose opinions you trust and we serve you up personalized recommendations based on those tastes.

    Since then, we’ve released an iPhone and Android app, integrated Hotpot recommendations into and Google Maps, expanded to more than 47 languages and enabled people to share their ratings
  • ITA Software acquisition cleared for takeoff
    April 8, 2011
    How cool would it be if you could type "flights to somewhere sunny for under $500 in May" into Google and get not just a set of links but also flight times, fares and a link to sites where you can actually buy tickets quickly and easily? Well that's exactly why we announced our intention to buy ITA Software, a Cambridge, Mass.-based company that specializes in organizing airline data last July—and we're excited that the U.S. Department of Justice today approved our acquisition.

    It’s important to us that ITA continue with business as usual
  • YouTube is going LIVE
    April 8, 2011

    over 2 billion views a day, it's easy to think about YouTube as a place
    to watch videos recorded in the past. But you’ve told us you want more
    - and that includes events taking place
    right now. In response, we’ve live streamed a number of popular concerts, sporting events, and interviews, but primarily on a one-off basis.

    we're announcing the initial roll out of YouTube Live, which will
    integrate live streaming capabilities and discovery tools directly into
    the YouTube platform for the first time

  • Western Union now in Mexico
    April 8, 2011
    We constantly strive to provide more payment options to our publishers around the world so you can receive your earnings as safely and quickly as possible. As part of this effort, we're very excited to announce the arrival of Western Union Quick Cash® payments for Mexico!

    For those of you who aren't familiar with this form of payment, Western Union Quick Cash payments are free and will reach you faster than checks. Payments will continue to follow our normal payment schedule and are available for pickup in your local currency at your local
  • Announcing the 2011 Google Policy Fellows
    April 8, 2011

    We’re excited to announce the 2011 class of Google Policy Fellows, and we’re expecting great things from the 16 students selected for the fourth summer of the Google Policy Fellowship. Our host organizations selected the 2011 fellows from over 900 impressive submissions – nearly double the number of applications from 2010. The 2011 class includes undergrads and graduate students from 15 schools, studying computer science, economics, information policy, intellectual property, international

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