I can see it now…[click] “oops, I just ‘accidently’ moved Valleywag to the #500 position.”
Hot off the wire. BearingPoint is partnering with Google to provide enterprise search solutions for various verticals.
BearingPoint extends Google’s search capabilities by offering companies customized search technology tailored for specific business environments in industries such as pharmaceuticals, banking, brokerage, high-tech and aerospace.
“We are enthusiastic about providing the marketplace with our new suite of solutions for Google’s search products and see a tremendous opportunity to address a significant and growing sector,” said Harry You, CEO, BearingPoint. “Search technology is rapidly becoming a critical application in today’s business environment and BearingPoint is committed to developing the products, services and partners that keep us at the forefront of the information technology landscape.”
Could Google’s recent change to their “Help Center” be an admission that they do manually change search results? According to Google Blogoscoped, the following wording was recently removed.
â€œThe order and contents of Google search results are completely automated. No one hand picks a particular result for a given search query.â€?
eWeek reports the nonprofit Electronic Frontier Foundation is warning users of Google’s new desktop update to not enable the “share across computers” feature.
“[We urge] consumers not to use this feature, because it will make their personal data more vulnerable to subpoenas from the government and possibly private litigants, while providing a convenient one-stop-shop for hackers who’ve obtained a user’s Google password,” the EFF said in a statement.
This special beta test lets you give Gmail, Google’s webmail service, to every user at your domain. Gmail for your domain is hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software for you to install or maintain.
It’s a limited beta and they’re already testing with San Jose City College.
MediaPost has details of Coca-Cola’s initiative to send half-dozen bloggers to the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy.
Adding to its usual marketing efforts during the games, Coke is paying to fly and accommodate young representatives from China, Germany, Italy, Canada, Austria, and the United States–each of whom has agreed to keep their posts positive, according to Coca-Cola spokesman Philipp Bodzenta.
“They understand they we’re looking for the positive side of the Olympics,” said Bodzenta, adding: “They are part of the PR team, but they are not Coke employees.”
The blog is called Torino Conversations.
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