All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Updates’
Stylus Studio is offering a free full demo of its newly launched set of enterprise XML tools until July 14. The company says Stylus Studio 2006 Release 3 XML Enterprise Edition has enhanced support for data processing components for XQuery, EDI, XSL: FO and XSLT.
Word on the street has it that Google has added loads of new data to the offerings available for viewing via Google Earth.
Ladies and gentlemen, update your computers! Microsoft announced that it would release a security update to help protect customers from exploitations of a vulnerability in the Windows Meta File (WMF) area of code in the Windows operating system on Tuesday, January 2, 2006, in response to malicious and criminal attacks on computer users that were discovered last week.
The webmaster-friendly project started by Google over the summer has its own blog and some new features available for its users.
Google Sitemaps makes a tool available that lets site publishers create a map Google’s spiders can use to more effectively index its content. On the official Google Blog, Grace Kwak posted about some new features in the Sitemaps service.
Google has added new content to its personalized homepage at google.com/ig, but most people will be excited to hear that it is now an RSS reader. Just click add content to try the nifty slide-out side panel which allows you to choose from dozens of sources and type in RSS feeds.
One thing is certain about covering Google, don’t ever expect them to become stagnant. They are constantly refining and improving new and existing products, ensuring that they function as intended, as well as addressing concerns associated with users or outdated policies.
Since the integration of Keyhole’s satellite technology into their mapping service, Google Maps has become incredibly popular and quite useful. The use of high-resolution images puts portions of the globe in the palms of their visitors’ hands; and it appears as if this ability will only increase.
MSN released tonight version 1.2 of its search toolbar, which brings tabbed browsing to all compatible versions of IE well ahead of the release of Internet Explorer 7. While the tabbed browsing is very rudimentary, it is also very excellent. running fast and supporting most features you’d want.
As indicated in earlier reports, Google is in the midst of updating their search index. This particular update is being referred to as “Bourbon”. Perhaps it’s named this because of the amount of potential stress that index updates can cause.
Apparently someone at Google feels the various webmasters populating their index needed some attention focused on improving Google’s perceived interaction with this group, and perhaps to demonstrate their commitment to search.
It used to be like this: when Google conducted an update of their search-related services (PageRank, backlinks, or SERPs), everyone who followed the search industry would rush to the first forum they could find to post how the update affected them. There was normally a great deal of excitement mixed with stark disappointment (for those who lost ground).
This week, Dogpile launched an updated version of its search toolbar. The newest version now features an RSS “ticker” designed to give users the ability to track their favorite news source. Atom’s news feed service is also available to Dogpile toolbar users.
You spent a ton of time getting your website just right for Google. And now your site has sunk to the very bottom of the results for several key phrases.