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Google to launch instant messaging service

Google will continue expanding beyond its core search engine and push further into Web portal territory when it launches on Wednesday an instant messaging (IM) service with voice communications capabilities.

Google updates desktop search

Google has improved its Google Desktop PC and Web search application by adding to it a panel that provides information from a variety of sources.

Firefox lost market share in July to IE

Microsoft's Internet Explorer halted the steady market share advance of The Mozilla Foundation's Firefox browser in July, a Web site monitoring company announced Friday.

Blog readers younger, richer than average Web surfer

Good news for Web log publishers with aspirations of making money off their sites -- compared to the average Internet user, visitors to Web logs, or blogs, tend to be younger and to belong to a wealthier household, a study has found.

EBay tests expansion of PayPal antifraud program

EBay began quietly testing on its eBay Germany site this month a significant expansion of its PayPal Buyer Protection program that, if successful, could be implemented in other countries, a PayPal spokeswoman said Thursday.

Ad sales drive up Google's profit and revenue in Q2

Google Inc. saw its revenue and net income shoot up in its 2005 second fiscal quarter, ended June 30, as its online ad sales continued to grow strongly, the Mountain View, California, search engine company announced Thursday.

EBay developing new search, fraud protection services

EBay Inc. is developing a new search system to help users find products on its online marketplace and a new fraud protection program for its PayPal online payment unit, company President and Chief Executive Officer Meg Whitman said Wednesday.

EBay tops earnings, revenue expectations in Q2

EBay exceeded Wall Street's revenue and earnings expectations in its 2005 second quarter, ended June 30, helped by strong performance in the U.S. and Germany and in its PayPal unit, the online marketplace said Wednesday.

Internet users ignorant about data privacy

Internet users in the United States are dangerously ignorant about the type of data that website owners collect from them and how that data is used, making them vulnerable to fraud and misuse of their personal information, a new study finds.

Yahoo revamps video search index

Yahoo Inc. has broadened the index of its video search engine, adding more international content and for the first time providing support for Macromedia Inc.'s Flash animation.

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