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Google has launched a people search tool to help people affected by the earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand. With the tool, users have to options:
– I’m looking for someone
– I have information about someone
The tool can be accessed here.
Google allows people to embed the tool on their own sites as such:
Google made some announcements aimed at getting businesses to use Google to reach a global audience. These include a new resource site for doing just that, and a new tool called Global Market Finder, designed to help businesses identify markets with high demand for their products or services.
Mozilla has served its 2 billionth Firefox Add-on download. The download rate has been increasing each year, but Firefox also faces increasing competition in the open source browser market.
This week Google actually took efforts to make Chrome more accessible, and introduced a new category of featured extensions.
Mozilla’s milestone is certainly a significant one though, and there’s no question that Firefox has been revolutionary in the web browser space.