srealm writes: "Less than 24 hours from posting, the Mystery Company job posting has been cracked! With the collaboration of people at the Google Group setup specifically for cracking this puzzle, the three 'challenges' have been solved, and the company un-masked as N-Brain, Inc in Boulder, CO. The date in question is the release date for their flagship UNA product, meant to promote collaborative development."
jfruhlinger writes: "One of the ways that YouTube became respectable was by promising to filter out copyrighted content that had been uploaded against the wishes of the copyright holder. But the recent much-anticipated Led Zeppelin reunion concert — and the resulting flood of amateur video footage uploaed to YouTube — demonstrated a hole in YouTube's filtering process: the filter compares uploaded videos to an original version, a process that doesn't work when the videos in question are all taken from different angles and with different cameras."
Tech.Luver writes: "Today, Google announced the release of a new iPhone application that integrates its multiple services into a single interface, making it easy for iPhone users to find, use and switch between Google search, Gmail, Calendar, Reader, and more.
To use the application, iPhone users simply point their web browser to Google.com.
To accomplish this, Google is taking advantage of browser technologies (like AJAX) that made Gmail and Google Maps possible on the desktop. In supporting these advances in web technology, the iPhone's Safari browser not only delivers an excellent mobile Internet experience.
( http://techluver.com/2007/12/05/google-launches-new-iphone-app-that-integrates-multiple-services-into-a-single-interface/ )"