Topics :: Google Inc.
By Joelle Tessler | Thursday Aug 5, 2010
Google Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. are close to finalizing a proposal for so-called "network neutrality" rules, which would dictate how broadband providers treat Internet traffic flowing over their lines, according to a person briefed on the negotiations.
Thursday Aug 5, 2010
Google Inc. said Wednesday it will shut down Google Wave, a Web-based program that lets people chat, share files and collaborate on documents in real time.
By Kilian Melloy | Thursday Jul 1, 2010
It costs more to be in a committed same-sex relationship than to be straight and married. Google, Inc. has introduced a new benefit for its gay and lesbian employees to help balance the books.
By Kristen Gelineau | Monday Jun 7, 2010
Australia announced a police investigation Sunday into whether Google illegally collected private information from wireless networks, becoming at least the second country to probe the Internet giant’s "Street View" mapping service.
By Paul Foy | Wednesday Jun 2, 2010
A pedestrian injured by a motorist while following an online route has filed a lawsuit claiming Google Inc. supplied unsafe directions.
By Michael Liedtke | Monday May 17, 2010
Google Inc. has been vacuuming up fragments of people’s online activities broadcast over public Wi-Fi networks for the past four years, a breach of Web etiquette likely to raise more privacy worries about the Internet search leader.
By Michael Liedtke | Tuesday May 4, 2010
Google Inc. plans to feed its appetite for tantalizing new technologies by investing in more startups while it devours others by buying them outright.
By Larry Neumeister | Thursday Apr 8, 2010
Groups representing photographers and artists on Wednesday accused Internet search leader Google of copyright infringement in a lawsuit that mirrors complaints book publishers and authors have made for years about the company’s attempt to create the world’s largest digital library.
By Ben Stocking | Wednesday Mar 31, 2010
Google Inc. says it has found another case of cyberattacks being used to suppress political dissent, this time to silence opponents of a Vietnamese mining project that involves a state-run Chinese company.
Monday Mar 29, 2010
More than 1,100 communities have approached Google Inc. in hopes of landing one of the ultra-fast broadband networks that the company plans to build in a handful of spots around the country.