An application for a peer-to-peer file sharing system, which was originally developed by Nullsoft but quickly disseminated within the hacker community. Like Napster, Gnutella allows users to scan designated folders on other members’ hard drives and copy files of any type between machines. Unlike Napster, Gnutella software doesn’t have a main central database of users.
- Gobi chipset
A Qualcomm embedded notebook chipset that combines broadband modem technology with GPS functionality. With the Gobi chipset, WAN wireless data connections are globally provided without locking users in with a specific telecommunications carrier. Gobi can operate in CDMA2000, EV-DO and UMTS HSPA networks worldwide and also supports GPS functionality.
- Google Analytics
A free service from Google that enables Web masters and site owners to freely access Web analytics data. Google Analytics tracks visitors through your site and also tracks of the performance of your marketing campaigns.
- Google Chrome
An Internet browser developed by Google Inc. that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the Web faster, safer and easier. The Google Chrome browser offers features including access to favorite pages instantly with thumbnails, desktop shortcuts to launch Web applications, and independently run tabs within the browser to prevent browser crashing. Chrome […]
- Google Custom Search Engine
A Google Custom Search Engine enables Web site authors to host a Web site (or Web) search box and search results on on their site. Users can customize the search engine that is built using Google’s core search technology. In creating your own Google Custom Search Engine you can prioritize or restrict search results based […]
- Google Dance
In search engine optimization (SEO), Google Dance is an out-dated slang term used to describe the period of time in which Google used to rebuild its rankings, and as a result of this rebuilding, rankings of Web sites on Google’s SERP may fluctuate in order during a several day period. The “Google Dance” would happen […]