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Firefox man loses faith in Google

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BLAKE ROSS, one of the key people behind the Firefox browser, says that he is losing faith in the antics of the search engine Google.

Writing in his bog, Ross was miffed that Google was displaying tips that point searchers to Google Calendar, Blogger and Picasa for any search phrase that includes calendar, blog, and photo sharing.

He said that this was bad for competitors, and was a bad sign for Google.

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Google removes tips

Google has removed the tips feature. Perhaps it was always intended as a test; I don’t know the official reason for its removal.

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