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Google apologizes to Chinese authors for including their books in its Book Search project

Google apologizes to Chinese authors for including their books in its Book Searc

According to a recent Associated Press report, Internet search giant Google has extended an apology to the Chinese Writers’ Association for its ‘inadequate communication’ with the authors regarding its massive Google Book Search project.

Business to be the Prime Focus of Google's Nexus One

Business to be the Prime Focus of Google's Nexus One

Consumers might be looking at Google's Nexus One smartphone as a "fun" device, but the company is looking to target the business-minded customer with its newest creation, as has been confirmed by Google's Andy Rubin.

Google Applies to Try and Tap into Power Markets

Google Applies to Try and Tap into Power Markets

Google, the internet search engine giant, has taken the unusual and unexpected step of applying for approval from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission with the aim to become an electricity marketer, which would essentially provide the company with the authority to buy and sell bulk power at market rates, just like large utilities and energy traders do.

Bid for On2 Raised to $132 Million by Google

Bid for On2 Raised to $132 Million by Google

On Thursday, search engine giant Google Inc. confirmed that it is hiking its offered bid for On2 Technologies Inc. to $132 Million. The move has been a direct result of the latter's shareholders resisting Google's previous takeover bid of $106.5 Million.

Net Applications: Chrome surpassed Safari in browser usage in December

Net Applications: Chrome surpassed Safari in browser usage in December

The latest statistics from Internet analytics firm Net Applications have revealed that the Google Chrome browser surpassed the Apple Safari in terms of global usage during December, thereby becoming the third most widely used Web browser in the world.

Google likely to unveil its Nexus One smartphone today!

Google's own Android-based smartphone

Google's news conference to be held at its Mountain View, California, headquarters today, January 5, would likely be the ideal platform for the unveiling of Google's own Android-based smartphone - Nexus One.

Google ‘Nexus One’ will fully support T-Mobile network; second version for AT&T likely

Google ‘Nexus One

With reports galore that Google will likely release its Android-based ‘Nexus One’ smartphone at a press conference at its Mountain View, California, headquarters on January 5, the indications thus far point to a full T-Mobile network support, including its 3G network, for the first Google mobile device.

Debut of Google's Nexus One Phone Expected This Week

Google Nexus One Launch

On Tuesday, Google is expected to unveil its first ever smartphone, the Nexus One, which will mark the search engine giant's expansion into the much lucrative smartphones market.

Google's Chrome Web Browser Grabs More Market Share than Apple's Safari

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According to the latest web browsers market share figures shared by Net Applications, Google's Chrome, which has lately become a very popular browser, has managed to inch past Apple's Safari in market share, to become the third most popular and largest used browsers.

Google patent may enable YouTube to host interactive games

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A February-filed, this-week-released, patent application by Google reveals endeavors towards building games on top of digital videos with the help of an interactive annotation system. In its patent filing, Google is evidently looking to patent “a method of providing an interactive game based on a digital video” using its YouTube and Google Video services.

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