Google Wiki (aka Google Sites) is now open for all. Please stop reading this post and visit Google Sites immediately because if you are late, someone else may grab your favorite URL(s).
Google AdSense ads will make an appearance in Google Image search very soon. This is not a clear screen capture but should give you an idea about how well Google has managed to blend advertising in image search results.
Yahoo! launched Yahoo Desktop Search software in January 2005 using technology from X1. Yahoo’s search program was definitely superior than competing products from Google or MSN because it supported many more file-types and would let you preview files even without the associated application.
If you need to download a copy of Adobe Creative Suite 3 software for your project but cannot justify the full cost, Adobe has a new option - software for rent.
China has blocked access to all Blogger blogs ahead of the 2008 Olympic Games that begin in Beijing three months from now.
Dubai Port Trust authorities have held two ships suspected for cutting the undersea fibre optic cables that disrupted Internet services across Middle East, Asia and North Africa.
Google Docs now lets you export your PowerPoint presentations as PPT files in addition to supporting the Adobe PDF format.
Remember Yahoo! Newsglobe – a project that would let you read news headlines from across the world on a rotating globe.
Visit the new BBC News website at www.bbc.co.uk - add topics of your interest to the homepage.
Windows Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 or IE8 could be on your desktop screen very soon as this email from Internet Explorer team suggests.
Microsoft will make some significant announcement at 8:30 AM PST which is not related to the Yahoo!