Google is working to make their homepage looks good. And recently, they changed their homepage by setting a customizable background image–just like Microsoft’s Bing.
But recently, reports said that because of this huge change of Google’s homepage, the world of art has changed too. Thanks to Google, more and more people are now searching or viewing [...]
Google will close an online store that it set up to sell its Nexus One phoneand rely on traditional retailers instead.
The search giant has admitted that sales of the Android-based handset were slower than expected, and that it will teaming up with local network partners to sell the phone through their high street shops and [...]
Google has scrapped its plan to sell a Nexus One phone that works on Verizon Wireless’ network, the most widely used in the U.S.
Google is now pointing customers interested in buying a Verizon version of the Nexus One to the newly launched HTC Droid Incredible phone. The Incredible, which has garnered rave reviews, is on [...]
People across America who went to Google to search for something today found instead a screen that says “Topeka” where it normally would say Google.
Could the company with the most successful search engine on the planet actually change its name, which has become synonymous for searching for something? The answer: No.
It’s an April Fool’s Joke [...]
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has criticized China’s censorship policies. But in an interview on Friday, she said Google’s decision about whether to cease search operations is a judgment for the company to make.
“This is really between Google and China,” Clinton said. “We are not going to be telling Google what to [...]
The big question in China isn’t why Google is leaving but who will take its market share. Microsoft wants it, Baidu’s a favorite, but local powers like Sohu and Tencent are more likely to be the big winners.
The days are winding down for some of the best and brightest who went to work for Google [...]
Facebook has dethroned Google! Sort of! Well, ok, not really. For the week ending March 13, the social networking site got more traffic than its competitor in the United States, according to a blog post by industry tracker Hitwise. But be careful how you slice your numbers. While many pundits may use this data to [...]
Given the distrust of publishers and French politicians, the American firm seeks an operation … Seduction
Between Google and France, the dialogue seems difficult. While the French publishers do not want to hear about Google Books and the Minister of Culture Frederic Mitterrand and the head of state Nicolas Sarkozy has publicly expressed their fears, Google [...]