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Reporters Without Borders has obtained documents relating to a another case of a Chinese citizen being jailed for 'pro-democratic' organization where Yahoo! is the provider of their e-mails.
Australia's national security agency is recruiting a new wave of intelligence officers - by advertising through Google.
Like we didn't see it coming. Google chalks up another notch in the 'applications to beat on Outlook' category with its new online calendar.
The search giant has bought in a new bit of code from a student in Oz. It could be the start of a new world domination plan for the advertising firm.
The terms of service on MySpace are getting more draconian, as the social site attempts to prevent people broadcasting inappropriate speech and forming dangerous relationships.
Not content with being the most popular search destination, Google wants to become the most popular social destination too. Is a $2.1bn buyout on the horizon?
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has banned the use of iPods and Google Search in his household. Daddy's worth $12 billion though, so don't feel too bad for them.
The 3D design package, a stalwart of hardcore case modders the world over, falls into the hands of the chaps from Mountain View. Details inside.
Using Sony Ericsson's new K800 phone, you can take 3.2MP photos and send them to your blog at the touch of a button, thanks to a new deal with Google-owned Blogger.com
According to one of our favourite gossip blogs, Google is planning on rolling out a service that will compete with Del.icio.us.
Google Image Search may violate US copyright law, according to a recent judgement. Perfect 10 gets its knickers in a twist over cached porn.
According to reports, Microsoft has lost another deal in the ongoing battle for PC real estate with search giants Google and Yahoo!.
BMW's German webteam have been caught trying to boost their Google ranking through underhanded Search Engine Optimisations. As a result, Google have delisted bmw.de, and ricoh.de are also in hot water for the same offence.
Not content with sitting on its rear, Google is implementing its next generation of search technology. Basically, it's the same, but faster.
The US government wants Google to hand over data revealing what users are searching for, allegedly to be used as part of its fight against child pornography. Larry and Sergei said no way. Don't be evil.
Google has released a 'Google pack' of software, designed to help newbies get started on the net. It includes Firefox, anti-virus and anti-spyware software, as well as Google Earth.
CES 2006: During tomorrow's scheduled press conference, Google is set to make a number of exciting announcements. We have early details on a couple of those inside...
Is Microsoft running scared yet? A new PC from the searchsters could come in at under $200 using a Google OS.
The Microsoft vs Google war continues. Time Warner has brushed Microsoft off its bargaining table, as they look for a friendly face on the web. Google is now in exclusive talks with Time Warner and are set to receive a 5% stake in AOL, worth over $1 billion.
Using the Google toolbar with Internet Explorer could leave open a big hole for malicious attacks, a security expert has claimed.
A bug in the SafeSearch feature unleashes a torrid torrent of XXX content. Daughters disturbed, Hell freezes over, etc.
Microsoft had a reasonably poor year and Bill Gates is beginning to feel the heat at the moment. Could we see Microsoft go by the way side?
Google grows its revenues by almost eight times in a year. Entire world looks scornfully envious, wishes it had that much cash.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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