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Google says Gmail is being blocked in China

Mar 21, 2011
Chinese Gmail users are experiencing significant delays if not flat out inaccessibility lately and Google says it's coming from the government. T...
Posted In: China, Gmail, Google, government, privacy, security, Web Culture
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Sprint teams up with Google

Mar 21, 2011
Sprint may not be happy with the news about AT&T and T-Mobile, but the company has news of its own to make today. Sprint and Google announced a...
Posted In: business, gadgets, Google, Google Voice, phones, Sprint
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Firefox 4 to launch next week

Mar 18, 2011
Suddenly the browser wars are just flat blowing up. Google released its latest version of Chrome last week. This week saw the release of Internet...
Posted In: Chrome, firefox, gadgets, Google, internet explorer, Microsoft, mozilla, search, Web Culture
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Facebook and "the right to be forgotten"

Mar 17, 2011
A new law being sought by the European Union would demand that websites permanently delete all data held about a user if that user requests that...
Posted In: business, EU, European Union, Facebook, Google, privacy, social media, Web Culture
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Google social network to launch in May, I guess

Mar 14, 2011
There was a flurry of rumors over the weekend that Google would launch a social networking service called Google Circles at SxSW. The company...
Posted In: business, Facebook, Google, search, social media, Web Culture
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You can block search spam on Google

Mar 11, 2011
New feature on the search engine lets you block sites you don't want to see so they'll never come up again in your searches. You'll need a Google ...
Posted In: Chrome, Google, privacy, search, security, spam
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Google offers person finder tool for people affected by tsunami

Mar 11, 2011
Right now, the site only has about 5,500 records, but if you go to Person Finder: 2011 Japan earthquake, you can offer information about someone...
Posted In: Google, government, Science, tsunami, world
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Google gets behind Nelson Mandela project

Mar 9, 2011
On Tuesday, Google said it would give $1.25 million to the Nelson Mandela Center of Memory to put photographs, letters and other documents online....
Posted In: Google, search, Web Culture, world
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Global Network Initiative is withering on the vine

Mar 7, 2011
Three years ago, Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft signed on to a code of conduct designed to protect free speech and protect privacy online. The Global...
Posted In: Egypt, Facebook, Google, government, Microsoft, privacy, social media, Twitter, Web Culture, Yahoo
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Google kills 21 rogue Android apps

Mar 2, 2011
Yesterday we told you about a fake version of the Android app Steamy Window, which included a hidden bit of code that took control of your phone,...
Posted In: android, business, gadgets, Google, privacy, security

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