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Google gets 1-year regulatory license from China

Google Inc. has won a regulatory license from the Chinese government allowing it to continue operating in the country for another year, a Google spokesman said Wednesday.

Google, Fox News to host Republican debate

Internet giant Google is teaming up with Rupert Murdoch's Fox News to host a debate among the Republican candidates for US president and giving the public the opportunity to ask questions.

Google to Buy Motorola Mobility for $12.5 Billion to Gain Wireless Patents

Brian Womack and Zachary Tracer Bloomberg.com 08/16/2011
Google Tests Ultra-Fast Fiber Internet Service

Google has changed the way people search on the internet, now it’s changing the way some people surf the web. Hundreds of lucky Bay Area residents are now accessing what is being touted as the fastest internet speeds in the world.

Google Inc. (GOOG), the biggest maker of smartphone software, agreed to buy Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. for $12.5 billion in its largest acquisition, gaining mobile patents and expanding in the hardware business.

Google Loses Bid to Dismiss Street View Suit Over Privacy-Violation Claims

Google Inc. must face a lawsuit claiming its data collection using Wi-Fi networks for its Street View program, which allows users see photographs of roadsides, violates wiretapping laws, a judge said.

Google’s Page, Schmidt May Be Subpoenaed by Senate Antitrust Probers

Google Inc. (GOOG)’s reluctance to provide a top executive for testimony to a Senate panel probing its market power has prompted threats of subpoenas for Chief Executive Officer Larry Page and Chairman Eric Schmidt.

Google Notches One Billion Unique Visitors Per Month

Amir Efrati The Wall Street Journal 06/23/2011
Google Notches One Billion Unique Visitors Per Month

Google’s websites had more than a billion unique visitors in May, the first time an Internet company has hit that benchmark, according to comScore data released Tuesday.

Indian police halt Google 'Street View' project

Indian police said Tuesday they had ordered Google to stop taking photos of the city of Bangalore for its Street View product because of fears the images could be used by militants.

Google denies special advertising deal for Barack Obama

Google denied Wednesday that it gave President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign special access to a new advertising program, something a sales representative from the search and advertising giant had claimed in an email to customers.

FCC asks Apple, Google to location-tracking forum

In its first look at the growing controversy about location tracking by smartphones, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission has invited Apple (AAPL.O), Google (GOOG.O) and consumer advocates to a forum in late June.

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