Google's Nexus One goes Multitouch


A famous Android hacker, byname Cynogen, on Wednesday, has released the software enhancing Google's Nexus One smartphone, giving it the same multi-touch features as Apple's iPhone has. As Google made the Nexus One operating system, Android, an open source, this helped for the iPhone like modifications.

Google Reports Almost $2 Billion Fourth Quarter Profit

Google Reports Almost $2 Billion Fourth Quarter Profit

Google has suggested that the advertising market is on the track of recovery, after it reported its fourth quarter profits of nearly $2bn for the last three months of what it called a "rollercoaster year".

Google rolls out a minimalist redesign of YouTube’s video-player pages

Google, YouTube

In a move that implicitly hints at Google efforts to make its YouTube site increasingly suitable for feature length films, the Internet search biggie has ‘quietly’ rolled out a new minimalist redesign for the video-player pages of the most popular video-sharing site in the world.

Google returns to double-digit growth in 4Q of 2009


Internet search giant Google Inc. on Thursday announced better-than-expected fourth-quarter as advertising market has started retuning to normal after recession.

Google postpones China launch of 2 Android phones; Sony Ericsson sees no delay in Xperia X10’s launch


The China launch of two new Android-based phones – a Samsung and a Motorola handset, which were scheduled to hit the stores on Wednesday via China Unicom - has been put off by Google in the wake of the ongoing discussions between the Internet search giant and the Chinese authorities.

Google Delays Launching Android Based Cell Phones in China

Google Delays Launching Android Based Cell Phones in China

Without citing any reason, Google and its Chinese cell phone partner have delayed the launch of Google's Android based two mobile phones.

The phones are a product of Google's collaboration with Samsung Electronics Co. and Motorola Inc, while for launching; China Unicom will be its ally.

Google probes possible inside help in recent cyber attacks

Google probes possible inside help in recent cyber attacks

Search giant Google is examining if any of its China staff helped hackers in launching cyber attacks against it.

Sources said that the internal network access of some of Google’s 700 china staff had been cut off for the duration of internal investigation.

Gmail accounts of some foreign correspondents in China hacked


Going by the most recent information forwarded by the Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China, the Gmail accounts of some of the foreign correspondents have been attacked by hackers, and the emails of the hijacked accounts have been forwarded to a mysterious address.

Google in the Process of Investigating Recent Cyber Attacks, no Decision Yet


Google Inc. is to hold talks with the Chinese government about its plans to offer unfiltered search results on its Chinese site, after making an official announcement last week that it may exit China amid worsening censorship, according to reports.

Google turns on HTTPS as default setting for all Gmail users

Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure

In a Tuesday night blog post, Google said that it is releasing an important security upgrade worldwide for the users of the Gmail - whereby the internet search biggie will turn on the HTTPS - Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure - as the default setting for the Gmail users.

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