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Research and Markets: Tectrends Reporter Google Recent Media Coverage, May 2009 out Now

Research and Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c242d0/tectrends_reporter) has announced the addition of the "TecTrends Reporter Google Recent Media Coverage, May 2009" report to their offering.

Google is the undisputed king of Internet search engines. Its mastery of powerful search software has earned it more than 50 percent of the total search engine market share. And by selling web ad space, the company's profits--and stock prices--have soared. Still, Google isn't satisfied with dominating the Internet search arena and is expanding into a range of other market sectors, such as mobile communications, video sharing, and web-based software.

This monthly edition of TecTrends Reporter, which tracks citations to Google across a wide array of media coverage, demonstrates the enormous range of this corporate giant's growing business concerns.

Countries mentioned:

  • Austria
  • Canada
  • China
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Luxembourg
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Russia
  • South Korea
  • Sweden
  • Taiwan
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

List of some of the Articles:

  • Article 1 Reference Checking in a Web World
  • Article 2 Live Free or Drown
  • Article 3 Give Your Professional Development a Second Life
  • Article 4 To Reach Promising Online Markets Overseas, Design a Global Search...
  • Article 5 Supercomputing and the Cloud
  • Article 6 Computing in the Cloud
  • Article 7 Inside the GPS Revolution
  • Article 8 The Plot to Kill Google
  • Article 9 NASA Tests First Deep-Space Internet
  • Article 10 Gmail Gets Gadgets
  • Article 11 NewsBreak Update: Search Engine Update
  • Article 12 Books, Books, Books: Going, Going, Google
  • Article 13 Learning About Google via Google
  • Article 14 Identity Thieves Hit a New Low
  • Article 15 Google in the Enterprise
  • Article 16 Facebook Connect Appears Bound for Success
  • Article 17 Reengineer Your Inbox
  • Article 18 Offline Gmail Requires Gears
  • Article 19 VMOps Aims to Ease Cloud Setups
  • Article 20 How the Google Model Could Help Detroit
  • Article 21 Palm Eyes a Comeback
  • Article 22 Who's Delivering e-Mail to All Those Fancy Smartphones?
  • Article 23 Google Earth's latest realm is under the sea
  • Article 24 Tracking Friends the Google Way
  • Article 25 It's a New Me (As Seen on Google)
  • Article 26 VMware, Citrix Bolster Desktop Virtualization
  • Article 27 Amazon Raises an E-Book Specter
  • Article 28 SmartDraw.com Increases Its Search Commitment
  • Article 29 Web 2.0 defamation lawsuits multiply
  • Article 30 Google Quits Radio-Advertising Business

Companies Mentioned:

  • 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP)
  • Apple Computer Inc
  • Big in Japan Inc
  • Clearwire Corp
  • Cutter Consortium
  • del.icio.us Inc
  • eBay Inc
  • Ernst & Young Global Ltd
  • Fitch Inc
  • Google Inc
  • Harvard University
  • Hulu LLC
  • IAC/InterActive Corp
  • iEnterprises Inc
  • Intel Corp
  • iRex Technologies BV
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • Microsoft Corp
  • Nokia Corp
  • Open Handset Alliance
  • Prime View International Co Ltd (PVI)
  • Quattro Wireless
  • Sense Networks Inc
  • Time Inc
  • uLocate Communications Inc
  • Verizon Wireless Inc
  • Xobni Corp
  • Yahoo! Inc
  • Ziff-Davis Publishing Holdings Inc

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/c242d0/tectrends_reporter

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