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Microsoft vs Google ,Furious over copying

Microsoft is now accusingGoogle of using a form of click fraud to set up its Bing Sting, a stunt unveiled by the search giant at the Farsight 2011 tech conference in Silicon Valley.

 

Google on Tuesday grabbed headlines in the tech press by disclosing an FBI-like sting operation purporting to produce evidence that Bing is intentially and systematically copying Google search results.

Today, Yusuf Mehdi, senior vice president for Microsoft’s Online Services Division, fired back. Mehdi says Google’s sting, in fact, was “rigged to manipulate Bing search results” through the use of click fraud — the elaborate trickery scammers use to fake clicks on Web ads in order to get paid by advertisers.

. Not only that, Microsoft has also accused Google of copying its moves of partnering with social media networks like Facebook and Twitter.

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“What does all this cloak and dagger click fraud prove?” asks Mehdi. “Nothing anyone in the industry doesn’t already know.”

 

 

Google senior engineer Amit Singhal told Technology Live that the search giant stands by its original allegations that Bing is a copy cat.

“At Google we strongly believe in innovation,” says Singhal. “We look forward to competing with genuinely new search algorithm built on core innovation, and not on recycled search results copied from a competitor.”

 

 

 
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Posted by on February 3, 2011 in Uncategorized

 

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SPOT FIXING DRAMA FLOPS !

Spot fixing drama erupted by English media at Oval has come to an end.

“Following extensive investigations into allegations about the one-day international between England and Pakistan at The Oval in London on 17 September, the ACSU(Anti-Corruption and Security Unit) has verified all the available information and concluded that there was no compelling evidence to suspect individual players or support staff,” the ICC statement read.

Captain Afridi welcomed the decision of Oval clearance.

beast imageShahid Afridi of Pakistan leads his team off the field after winning on September 17

All the videos were fake and a big propaganda has become unsuccessful.Yasir Hameed was also black mailed by English media.Unpopular cricketers were using this issue to gain attention of the people(like Sarfaraz nawaz) and many foreign players like Vettori ,Watson and Kumble were try to promote the fake scandal .The cheesy Veena Malik also used spot fixing issue to get fame.

Pakistan Cricket Board legal adviser Taffzul Rizvi said the ruling was a “positive development” but added any decision on whether to take legal action against British newspapers would wait for the outcome of the Lords spot-fixing inquiry.

 
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Posted by on October 13, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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We could have called police on Trott: Afridi

Newspapers reports said Trott and Riaz had an altercation minutes before the fourth one-day at Lord’s, with Trott grabbing Riaz by the throat after both exchanged heated words in the net area.

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Reports said the incident started when Trott accidentally struck Riaz with his pads as he took them off.

“When Riaz was returning after warming up Trott called him a ‘match fixer’ and that he (Riaz) was up to harming Test cricket and hit his face with the pad,” Afridi told Geo television in London.

“It could have been a police case because it is crime to hit someone, but we showed a big heart and did not press for it.”

Trott was also involved in an ugly exchange of words with Pakistan wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal during the first one-day game at Chester-le-Street on September 10.

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Riaz, 25, was one of four Pakistani players interviewed by Scotland Yard earlier this month over claims in the News of the World that spot-fixing took place during last month’s Lord’s Test.

The three others were Salman Butt, Mohammad Aamir and Mohammad Asif. That trio have been suspended by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

No charges have yet been levelled against any Pakistani player.

“The case is being investigated by the ICC and its anti-corruption unit and there are efforts to pressurise the Pakistan team on that,” said Afridi.

After the altercation between Trott and Riaz, Afridi confirmed that there were suggestions Pakistan should not play the match in protest.

“But we finally decided that it wouldn’t be appropriate,” said Afridi, praising his team for their spirit.

“There is a conspiracy to finish the Pakistan team, but Pakistani people are different, they rise under such a situation,” said Afridi.

courtesy Dawn.com

 
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Posted by on September 21, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

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