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Google Patent Search

Google Patent Search

With Google Patent Search, you can now search the full text of the U.S. patent corpus and find patents that interest you.

All patents available through Google Patent Search come from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Patents issued in the United States are public domain government information, and images of the entire database of U.S. patents are readily available online via the USPTO website.

Using the same technology that powers Google Book Search, Google has converted the entire image database of U.S. patents into a format that’s easy to search. You can search the full text of U.S. patents from the Google Patent Search homepage, or visit the Advanced Patent Search page to search by criteria like patent number, inventor, and filing date.

Google Patent Search is currently available in English, and it includes only U.S. patents.

You can find Google Patent Search FAQ here.

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Google silently erases its BLUNDER.

Google Blatantly Copies Yahoo!? – a hot topic from yesterday…. Find the details here… and on TechMeme

When I tried looking at the page I was surprised to see the new page. See Here.

I tried Google Search with all sorts of keywords hoping to see the Cached Version…But GOOGLE has erased all its blunders…in short time…

UPDATE: WoW Scoble is pretty fast….See his new post. Hats Off to him….

And Matt Cutts from Google answers back to Jeremy post on copying …See Here.. [Thanks to Scoble]

Robert Scoble has given some pretty good suggestions for Gooogle about handling the situation.

And in another post he says ” Marissa Mayer, VP at Google, dropped by to say hi. Well, OK, she was passing through and I said hi to her. No, I didn’t ask her about what Google is copying from Yahoo. Didn’t have time. I did ask lots of other employees at Google, though, and while no one would own up to knowing who did the copying they assured me he or she was getting a lot of ribbing right now. “.  I feel very sorry for the “COPY MAN”;)

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Google’s Shares Climb Above $500

Google’s shares gained $14.60, or 3 percent to close at $509.65, passing the $500 mark for the first time.

Comparison: Google[GOOG] Vs Yahoo[YHOO] Vs Microsoft[MSFT]

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Click Me for Google Docs & SpreadSheets

Google has dropped Writely at last…and has combined Writely features and Google Spreadsheets into one and named it as Google Docs & Spreadsheets. But still I will be missing the brand “Writely” [short and Sweet].

Google Docs is FREE & Supported by most of the browsers. At this time Google Docs & Spreadsheets is only available in English. However, you can type data in other languages in your documents and spreadsheets.

Here’s what you can do with documents:

  • Upload Word documents, OpenOffice, RTF, HTML or text (or create documents from scratch).
  • Use simple WYSIWYG editor to format your documents, spell-check them, etc.
  • Invite others (by e-mail address) to edit or view your documents and spreadsheets .
  • Edit documents online with whomever you choose.
  • View your documents’ revision history and roll back to any version.
  • Publish documents and spreadsheets online to the world, as Web pages or post documents to your blog.
  • Download documents to your desktop as Word, OpenOffice, RTF, PDF*, HTML or zip.
  • Here’s what you can do with spreadsheets:

  • Import and export of .xls, .csv, and .ods formatted data (and export functionality for .pdf and .html).
  • Enjoy intuitive navigation and editing, like any traditional document or spreadsheet.
  • Use formatting and formula editing in spreadsheets so you can calculate results and make your data look the way you want it.
  • Chat in real time with others who are editing your spreadsheet.
  • Let see how it looks like…

    Dashboard of Google Docs

    Dashboard of Google Docs & SpreadSheets
    1 – Create New Document / Spread Sheet Or Upload Document / Spread Sheet

    2 – Browse Documents & Spreadsheets [Has filters to filter your documents by search criteria]

    3 – Document Listings

    4 – Available Actions. Manage your documents by Tagging, Or By adding Star.

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    Now with this one…You can use your Gmail Account as a Online Storage Disk.[Well, I was wondering what to do with 2GB of Storage !!!]


    But the saddest part is it works only with Mac OS X (10.3 or above).

    Need to find out a similar one for Windows !!!.

    Any one has any ideas ???

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