vordmeister - 9:11 pm on Aug 22, 2010 (gmt 0)
I've not noticed any change at all. I'm sure I would notice if they changed geotargeting as I have a reasonably significant .co.uk.
The whole geotargeting thing annoys me. Why do they do it? I can see It's useful for finding local shops and saving on postage but why else would you restrict useful information coming from other locations?
I went for .co.uk as a sensible domain name was still available in 2005 and the geolocation only really started after that date. With geolocation the information on the site has not spread to the USA and as a result the US are not keeping up in the field.