Google Launches Accessible Search

Today Google launched a new search service aimed at the sight-impaired population that uses screen readers to access the web.  Dubbed “Google Accessible Search”, the new service aims to make the Google search more accessible, as well as to aid the blind in using Google Search to find websites that are also accessible, and simple enough to use with a …

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Movies You Can Download & Burn

For the first time in the history of the internet, Hollywood studios will allow consumers to download movies and burn them to a DVD.  Of course, it is for a fee, but at least they are getting with the times. Online video distributor CinemaNow will begin the new venture by offering about 100 films from major entertainment companies to consumers, …

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Indian Gov’t Blocking Access to Blogs

The Department of Telecommunications in India has sent a notice to ISPs operating in the country to block around 18 websites. The DoT will not release the names of the websites, although users in India have already figured out that sites such as Blogger, Typepad, Dalitstan.org, Clickatell.com, Hinduunity.com, Hinduhumanrights.org, and more are amongst those rendered inaccessible. The government alleges that …

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Advertising Opportunities

Are you looking to get your message or site out to a large audience?  Then consider advertising on the V7 Tech Blog, or putting one of our banners up on your site. The V7 Tech blog is a highly trafficked portion of the reputable V7 Network, with a focus on technology and the internet. The site also has a Google PageRank of 6.  You can …

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Google Link-Juice

I read an interesting article over on Google Blogoscoped about the possibility of Google having an “anti-linkjuice flag” that would allow a page to have PR, but prevent it from passing on PR to other sites. We know Google sometimes penalizes sites, removing their PageRank, and thereby also removing the chance for webmasters to effectively sell PageRank through text links …

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