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Google users wealthier, more Net savvy

U.S. residents who prefer Google's search engine tend to be richer and have more Internet experience than those who primarily use competing search services from Microsoft, Yahoo and America Online, a new study has found.

Google's Gmail gains virus scanning capability

Google has added a virus scanning feature to its Gmail Web mail service, complementing the existing virus protection based on blocking certain types of file attachments, such as executables.

Yahoo adds RSS reader to its new Web mail service

Yahoo is adding an RSS reader to its new Web mail service, which is in test, or beta, version and available to a limited number of users. The Sunnyvale, California company plans to announce the new feature on Wednesday.

Google's seven-year itch

Google's stock price recently topped US$400 per share. Online advertising, its main source of revenue, is expected to continue growing by leaps and bounds for the foreseeable future. Within online advertising, Google is a leader in the market's large...

Google Analytics subscriptions suspended

Google has temporarily shut the door of its Google Analytics hosted service to new users because the company has been unable to keep up with demand after it began offering the service for free last week.

Google Base debuts for hosting all content

To help feed its insatiable information hunger, Google has begun publicly testing Google Base, a service designed to host and make searchable "all types of online and offline content," the company announced.

EBay adds RSS to stores, introduces research tool

EBay has rolled out RSS-based content syndication capabilities to all eBay Stores, letting buyers subscribe to feeds from specific stores and that way receive new information about items for sale, the California company announced this week.

Google's Personalized Search exits test phase

Google has finished the test phase of its Personalized Search service, which tailors a user's query results based on the user's previous searches, the California company announced Thursday.

Google Automat seen as sign of classified ads move

An almost 2-year-old patent application from Google has drawn attention this week because it details a system to help individuals advertise products and services online, which some view as another sign that Google plans to enter the online classified...

Google Earth to be linked with enterprise search tools

Google's enterprise unit was recently entrusted with the business versions of the snazzy Google Earth mapping products, and executives are already discussing ways to integrate them with the company's enterprise search products, according to a Google ...

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