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Richard Adhikari
What Does Google+ Want to Be When It Grows Up?
07/22/11 11:55 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 760 Words

Meanwhile, Google is reported to be preparing to add a social gaming feature to the Google+ service in order to attract even more subscribers and pose a stronger challenge to its primary target, Facebook .

However, the addition of social gaming...

Rob Spiegel
LinkedIn CEO to Google+: 4's a Crowd
07/19/11 12:31 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 768 Words

Although Google may hope Facebook's hundreds of millions will migrate to Google+, such a coup would not be easy to pull off. Social network users have invested heavily in maintaining their connections. However, that's not to say Google+ is a nonstarter.


Jack M. Germain
Google's Java Jam
07/15/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1504 Words

That could well be the lesson Google learns from a lawsuit Oracle filed last year alleging that Google violated its intellectual property as well as infringed on its copyright for using a variation of Java . Details of the court filings surfaced in...

Peter S. Vogel
More Legal Woes for Google
07/13/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1042 Words

... 2010, Google admitted that when collecting Street View photos around the world it also collected data from unsecured wireless networks. That led to a bunch of lawsuits. Recently, U.S. Federal Judge James Ware refused to dismiss a class action lawsuit based on...

Richard Adhikari
Google+ and the Slow Boat to Scale
07/05/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 992 Words

... after launching the beta of its Google+ social network last week, Google slammed the shutters down. Like many new Google offerings, Google+ is, for the time being, accessible only by invitation. But after distributing invites rather liberally for a day or so,...

Richard Adhikari
Google Whips Out an E-Wallet
05/26/11 12:25 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 772 Words

... Google officially unveiled its e-wallet Thursday in a presentation with its partners at an event in New York. Google executives demonstrated making purchases and downloading e-coupons with the e-wallet through a Google Nexus S Android smartphone. They added that eventually consumers might...

Richard Adhikari
Google's Cloud Crescendo
05/13/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1042 Words

Recently Google put out its own cloud music service, Google Music , though it didn't arrive without its share of rough spots. Currently, users can upload their music collections to the service in order to enjoy them online through a variety of Web-connected...

John K. Higgins
Google, Microsoft and the Feds: The Plot Thickens
04/20/11 1:54 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1266 Words

... the competitive federal information technology market, Google thought it was a good idea to challenge the U.S. Interior Department on a potentially rich procurement for hosted messaging services. Google claimed that Interior failed to observe government contracting policies by focusing on Microsoft...

Jack M. Germain
What Does Google Owe FOSS?
04/19/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1376 Words

... device developers are in a holding pattern with plans to plug in the much-awaited Google Android 3.0 upgrade. The delay is causing some bad feelings in the FOSS (Free Open Source Software) community. But it is unlikely that Google will carry many...

Peter S. Vogel
Google's Legal Challenges Will Have a Ripple Effect
04/13/11 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1172 Words

... and regulators have recently made life more complicated for Google , impacting millions of Google users worldwide. Notwithstanding Google's US$29 billion revenue performance in 2010, new challenges continue to plague the company. Judge Rejects Google's Book Settlement As you may know, Google...

Paul Hartsock
Google Search for iPhone Hits Its Awkward Stage
03/29/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1279 Words

... Google Search, an app from Google , is available for free at the App Store . Google Search

Originally, Google Search for iPhone was little more than a polished little app-sized link to its Web pages. So much of what people...

Rob Spiegel
Judge Burns Google Books Settlement
03/23/11 1:21 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 964 Words

... major 2008 settlement between Google Books, authors and publishers has been rejected by a New York federal Judge. Judge Denny Chin of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected the US$125 million settlement because he said it would give Google too much...

Rob Spiegel
Google Lassos MS Office Users With Extension Cord to the Cloud
02/24/11 2:09 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 717 Words

... Google has released a plug-in that connects Microsoft Office with Google Docs. Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office became available for download worldwide on Thursday. The plug-in brings multi-person collaboration through Google accounts to Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel. The plug-in syncs...

Richard Adhikari
Google Wave, We hardly Knew Ye
08/05/10 11:33 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1072 Words

... Google announced on Wednesday that it has killed off Google Wave, the sharing and communication Web app it kicked off last year. Wave "has not seen the user adoption we would have liked," wrote Urs Holzle, Google's senior vice president of operations.

Richard Adhikari
Google Gears Up for Government Work
07/27/10 2:50 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 817 Words

... Google on Tuesday unveiled Google Apps for Government. It also announced that Google Apps has received federal information security (FISMA) certification. "With Google Apps for Government, we've gone beyond FISMA certification," Google spokesperson Andrew Kovacs told TechNewsWorld.

Meanwhile, Google will next...

Rob Enderle
How Google Exploits President Obama and the World
06/14/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1974 Words

... played with a number of titles, including "How Google Is the New Standard Oil," "Google the new Slave Master," and "Should Google be Nationalized or Regulated?" I chose this one because it would both get your attention and address the fact that...

Richard Adhikari
Google Dreams Up Cloud Printing Service
04/16/10 11:56 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1233 Words

... Google on Friday announced that it's working on Google Cloud Print, a service that will let any application on any device print to any printer over the Internet. Instead of relying on the device's local operating system and drivers to print a...

Rob Enderle
Why Keeping the Bar Low May Be Good for Google
03/15/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1399 Words

... been struggling with the Google model, which survived the dot-com mess, but its success seems based largely on the belief that advertising can fund everything. If the users are unhappy, well it doesn't really matter. In fact, Google's customers (the folks paying...

Paul Hartsock
Google's New Social Scene-Stealer
02/12/10 10:14 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2689 Words

Looks like Google beat them to the punch, though, because Gmail just opened up a new Facebook service. Maybe not technically -- Facebook plays absolutely no role in "Buzz," which is what Google named its creation. Buzz just seems to feature some of...

Richard Adhikari
Google Sharpens Search With Real-Time Results, Android Photo Finder
12/08/09 9:21 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 857 Words

... Google on Monday announced expansions to its search service that will provide real-time content to update search results. Google also demonstrated Google Goggles, a visual search application that calls up information from Google's databases when people take a photo of objects with...

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