Google updating their privacy policies and terms of service

Google announces they are going to update their privacy policies and terms of service Google said that, ” First, our privacy policies. Despite trimming our policies in 2010, we still have more than 70 (yes, you read right … 70) privacy documents covering all of our different products. This approach is somewhat complicated. It’s also … Continue reading “Google updating their privacy policies and terms of service”

Twitter Acquires Dasient

On Monday, January 23, 2012 Dasient announced it has been Acquired by Twitter. Dasient is a security company that was founded by former Googlers Neil Daswani, Shariq Rizvi and Ameet Ranadive. It has been focused on solving web-scale security problems involving malware and other types of online abuse. In 2009, Dasient launched its web anti-malware … Continue reading “Twitter Acquires Dasient”

Twitter And Facebook launch “Don’t be Evil” add-on to enhance Google’s “Search Plus Your World”

Twitter, Facebook and MySpace Engineers have created a Browser add-on named as “Don’t Be Evil” (Yes, It is Google’s philosophy/motto) for negating the effects of Google’s “Search Plus Your World” which was released by Google few days back for mixing the Google+ updates within the Google Search Results itself. The “Don’t be evil” bookmarklet will … Continue reading “Twitter And Facebook launch “Don’t be Evil” add-on to enhance Google’s “Search Plus Your World””

YouTube hits 4 billion daily video views

Google’s video website “YouTube” is streaming 4 billion online videos every day, a 25 percent increase in the past eight months. Google acquired YouTube for $1.65 billion in 2006. YouTube represents one of Google’s key opportunities to generate new sources of revenue outside its traditional Internet search advertising business. Recently Google said that its business … Continue reading “YouTube hits 4 billion daily video views”

Toyota Australia to Cut 350 Jobs

Toyota has announced that it’s cutting 350 jobs at its plant in Altona. Toyota, which employs around 4,700 people in Australia, had seen vehicle production drop 36% in four years, from 149,000 in 2007 to an expected 95,000 in 2012. The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union says it’s shocked that the company is planning compulsory redundancies. … Continue reading “Toyota Australia to Cut 350 Jobs”