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20% Prefer Video News

20% of Internet surfers watch video news segments online. About 16% visit web sites of television shows, according to a study. [Read more]  [Read more]

Fund Management Firms and Investment Analysts On Freedom of Expression in Repressed Regimes

Fund management firms and investment analysts have issued a joint statement on freedom of expression in repressed regimes. The statement addresses the policies that concern human right activists and American Internet companies. [Read more]  [Read more]

Google Earth Pro to be Linked with Google’s Enterprise Search Tool

Google Earth Pro will be linked with Google enterprise’s search tool. Google’s enterprise unit is in discussion over ways to integrate Google Earth Pro into the search tool. [Read more]  [Read more]

Google To Launch Google Automat

Google will launch Google Automat. Automat will have an appearance similar to that of Adwords. [Read more]  [Read more]

Advertising to Increase in Podcasts and Blogs in 2006

Advertising spend will increase in consumer-generated media like podcasting and blogs in 2006. Technology for ad delivery will improve. [Read more]  [Read more]

Google Provides Firefox Download Button in Google Toolbar

Google is providing its ad publishers a set of buttons in the Google Toolbar.The buttons enable visitors of the publisher’s site to download the Firefox browser. [Read more]  [Read more]

Google Revamps Google Catalogs Beta

Google has revamped Google Catalogs. The beta version of the new service is useful for searching and browsing through mail-order catalogs online. [Read more]  [Read more]

Phishing Attack Promises $400 in Google’s Name

A new phishing attack promises $400 to those in U. S. using Google search engine. The phishing scam redirects the user to a spoofed copy of Google’s front page and asks for credit card details. [Read more]  [Read more]

Yahoo To Buy Complete Ownership of Eurpean, Korean Portals

Yahoo has announced that it plans to buy complete ownership of its European and Korean portals. The total purchase price is $500 million. [Read more]  [Read more] Purchases has purchased the shopping site [Read more]  [Read more]

Microsoft Plans To Digitize Books from the British Library

Microsoft has planned to digitize 25 million pages of content from the British Library, London, by 2006. [Read more]  [Read more]

Hong Kong Judge Sentences File-Swapper

A Hong Kong judge has sentenced Chan Nai-ming for swapping movies illegally using a file-sharing software on the internet. [Read more]  [Read more]