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Google Health

A personal health records (PHR) service from Google that lets people develop their own profile and document their medical history. The Google Health site provides links to diagnostic labs, pharmacies and healthcare organizations that transfer patient medical records, as well as organizations that are in business to obtain medical data from paper and electronic records. The site also has links to sites that offer health services. See Google and PHR.
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Google Custom Search Engine refines the earlier Google Co-op offering.
Enter Google Co-op, which allows anyone to set up a customized search and place a search box on his or her own site (see screens at left).
Isporty members can use a Google co-op search and feeds from sports sources such as the BBC, obtain a local sporting 'playground' through an agreement with Google Maps, customise their profile, share photos and videos and chat.
already have social search spaces: Google Co-Op (www.
The topics are developed by third-party organizations through the Google Co-op program.
Internet search company Google Inc (Nasdaq:GOOG) on Wednesday (10 May) announced three new search technologies, the Google Co-op, Google Desktop 4 and Google Notebook.
According to the company, Google Co-op beta is a community where users can contribute their knowledge and expertise to improve Google search for all.
Three new products -- Google Co-op, Google Desktop 4, and Google Notebook -- advance the state of the art in search by helping users worldwide find and share more relevant information.
Google Co-op is available today on all English language Google domains including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
It refines and simplifies an earlier product, Google Co-op, which launched in May.
Quint was most impressed with Google Co-op, which she thinks could have the greatest potential impact.