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Google Actively Focusing On Android Application Development

The competition between Apple and Google is getting hotter. To stay in the game it is all about having greater market presence. The number of applications being developed by Apple is growing every month and it is estimated that mobile app sales would reach the figure of $15 billion in 2011.

Another bad decision by former UT dean Yueh-Ting Lee

As you can see with the previous post Yueh-Ting Lee has threatened to sue Lisa Renee at Glass City Jungle for linking to stories about his resignation at the University of Toledo as his role as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. As we also read, he moved to the HR department but it makes one wonder if he should be in an admin position at all.

Business Power Tools: Social Media Breafast-Toledo FRIDAY

Interested in learning how to actually use social media tools for business?

Want to meet & mingle with other business and communications folks in town?

Then, mark your calendar and register for Social Media Breakfast-Toledo on Friday, Oct. 2, 7:30-9:30 a.m.

Topic:
Business Power Tools
A smart executive's guide to using Google, YouTube, Linkedin, Facebook & Twitter to drive business results:

* Do you know where searchers turn when google lets them down?

* Do you know the difference between search marketing and find marketing?

SMB-Toledo #6: Business Power Tools' on Social Media Breakfast Toledo!

Event Description:
The Oct. 2 Social Media Breakfast-Toledo will feature Charlie Wollborg of Curve Detroit. His focus is:

Business Power Tools: A smart executive's guide to using Google, YouTube, Linkedin, Facebook & Twitter to drive business results

> Do you know where searchers turn when Google lets them down?

> Do you know the difference between search marketing and find marketing?

> Do you know how to turn strangers into prospects and customers into evangelists?

Xunlight Wins Red Herring 100 North America and Going Green Award

Xunlight wins two awards:
RED HERRING 100

GOOGLE PLOT TO STORE ALL DATA, ELIMINATE PERSONAL COMPUTERS...

Google plans to make PCs history Google is to launch a service that would enable users to access their personal computer from any internet connection, according to industry reports. But campaigners warn that it would give the online behemoth unprecedented control over individuals' personal data. The Google Drive, or "GDrive", could kill off the desktop computer, which relies on a powerful hard drive. Instead a user's personal files and operating system could be stored on Google's own servers and accessed via the internet.

Google ranking bump

Some belated news: Last week, through your discussion and posting of articles since the site's inception, our Google ranking went from a 3 to a 4. Yes that sounds small on a scale of 10, but it is hard to move up a number and it is a result of the interest that has been drawn here. This score does not raise over night or in a weeks time, but is the result of 6-12 months of activity.

China censorship damaged us, Google founders admit

Google's decision to censor its search engine in China was bad for the company, its founders admitted yesterday.

Google, launched in 1998 by two Stanford University dropouts, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, was accused of selling out and reneging on its "Don't be evil" motto when it launched in China in 2005. The company modified the version of its search engine in China to exclude controversial topics such as the Tiananmen Square massacre or the Falun Gong movement, provoking a backlash in its core western markets.

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