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A publicly-traded company primarily offering a web portal. Originally a search engine in the 1990s and early 2000s, Google expanded to online messaging, e-mail services, web video, mobile phones and so forth. Google monetizes its operations primarily through advertisements. It was founded in 1998. See also: Yahoo.
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Por su parte, las redes sociales que usan la informacion, especialmente Google News indica que ellos no ganan nada con esa informacion y ademas redirigen lectores desde su sitio.
Google News sitemap: According to Simmonds, every news agency should create a Google News sitemap, which allows the ability to automatically annotate your content with search-friendly metadata like keywords.
Staying with Google News was not helping us grow our digital audiences, on the contrary," said the Association's President, Carlos Fernando Lindenberg Neto.
We use the following heuristics to choose the top story among duplicates: (1) if one of the duplicates has already been published by NewsFinder in the past 14 days, then do not publish any others; (2) if one of the duplicates has been submitted by a user, then choose the user-submitted story; (3) otherwise, choose the story that comes from the most preferred source (online news sources have been manually ranked for preference (10)), or if two stories come from the same source or both come from Google News searches (whose true sources may not have been seen before, and thus not ranked for preference), then choose the story that has the most predicted categories.
Google News is the industrial age, steam-powered hammer of online news.
Dexter Industries had posted RobotC code on its blog to demonstrate how to use the dWiFi Sensor with the LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT to collect data from Google News, interpret it, and then display it on the NXT.
The new "Editors' Picks" feature gives publishers a corner of the Google News main page to tell readers which of their stories they consider to be the most important.
Yet Murdoch continued to display his total ignorance of how Google News works when he suggested he would be very happy if Google would simply publish his headlines and a sentence or two.
Surveyed Iraqis said that they prefer Aswat al-Iraq news agency than important online news aggregators, such as Yahoo and Google news, and news outlets, like al-jazeera.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee also called for a relaxation of OFT rules which prevent news organisations working together to fight off challenges from internet services like Google News.
On the issue of news aggregation websites, such as Google News, the committee said it is "not acceptable" that the local newspaper industry is prevented by competition laws from taking collective action and has recommended that the OFT should re-examine the issue.
The Culture, Media and Sport Committee also wants a relaxation of OFT rules which prevent news organisations working together to fight off challenges from internet services like Google News.