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Why Google Search Sucks

July 24, 2010


Let me explain the backstory here. Back in January I published an article on what I thought would be released at Apple’s January event. One of the things that I (accurately) predicted was the iPhone 4, which was released a few months later. The article was pretty quiet (only generating a couple views per day) […]

Google Becomes A City?

March 4, 2010


About a month ago, Google released plans to roll out a 1-gigabit-per-second internet plan to customers. Supposedly the ultra-fast connection will be available to 50,000 to 500,000 customers in the initial test. However, Google didn’t specify which areas would be getting the new connection. But a small city in Kansas wants in. In fact, the city of Topeka, […]

Google Caffeine: Better Than Bing?

August 12, 2009


 Google has just recently launched the developers preview of the new iteration of the famous Google search engine–dubbed “Google Caffeine”. It promises to improve speed, accuracy, size, and comprehensiveness of Google search. But does it live up to that promise? In my purely non-scientific tests, I compared the Google Caffiene developer preview ( to the […]