27
Aug

Google launches Real time Content Search in 40 countries

Google launched a new webpage for real-time content, according to an AFP report on Friday.

The search giant opened a new webpage in 40 countries to search for real-time online posts at Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace.

Dylan Casey, the company’s product manager, said by introducing the new webpage that real-time content is one of the best sources of information about what is happening right now in the world.

“Whether it is a movie that just opened or you see helicopters flying over, this shows what people are saying about that right now, ” said Casey.

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Written by: E2 Solutions, Category: search engine optimization
26
Aug
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20
Aug

The Google Movie – Would you go and watch it?

Although I really wish that the Movie’dom does not suffer from a social media overkill within this year, but my fears might come true with list of movies which have lined up till now. A movie on Twitter and then on Facebook was already announced earlier, but now joining the team is a movie on Google. Now what lies in store for these movies is still unpredictable but they are creating quite a stir in the social media circle.

Following a series of parodies and spoofs on Facebook and Twitter, comes the turn of Google. But this time it’s for real! The movie is an adaptation of the book Googled: The End of the World As We Know It”, by Ken Auletta The book will be used as an outline for the feature film about the rise of the popular internet search engine.

I have my fingers crossed for this one, but have sneaky feeling that with all this hype surrounding the launch of movies on social media themes, viewers might get wary of the same thing being repeated over and over again. but then again, this is just a personal opinion.

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Written by: E2 Solutions, Category: Social Media
18
Aug

The Chrome web store – Google’s makes headway in Global Dominance

Competition only makes it better. With Facebook and Apple giving Google a hard time, it’s imperative that the latter would respond in blockbuster manner. Google recently announced its latest venture, the Chrome Web Store, an open marketplace for web applications. On this platform, developers will be able to sell their apps through the store via Google’s secure payment system.

Video game website 1up was able to grab some photographs of a presentation Google delivered to a room of game developers at the GDC Europe conference. The presentation showed off the Chrome Web Store, a marketplace for HTML5 apps Google announced during its I/O conference earlier this year.

So how do the others respond to this one. A tug-o-war I’m actually enjoying a lot now!

Written by: E2 Solutions, Category: Tech-Trends