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Google Stock Split Finally Approved

Google first launched in 2004 at the almost unbelievable price of 85 bucks per share. Of course, the price of the stock was bid up almost as soon as the company went public and it didn’t stay at 85 bucks per share. Still, even at 200 dollars or even 300 dollars in hindsight, Google would […]

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Gmail Now Allows Automatic Pictures

For the longest time, Gmail and many other web-based e-mail providers have disabled showing pictures by default. This, of course, has everything to do with security. Many security and anti-spam operations figured out that one of the best ways to deliver their payload, which is basically a URL in front of a million of eyeballs, is to send a picture. You have to send links because they are […]

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Another Google Project Bites the Dust

You can’t win all the time. That’s the only saying that comes close to encapsulating the latest project shutdown announcement from Google. As we have reported many times before, Google is growing in terms of market presence and technology innovations and initiatives lately. It’s branched out into robotics. It’s branched out to hardware. It’s exploring […]

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Is Google Flights Search Up for a Reboot?

As you probably already know, in the tech space, all sorts of business models go through many different phases. Obviously, everybody could relate to the roll out phase when we are treated to a whole new service. However, in the light of any typical online website service product, a market feedback would often necessitate key […]

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Google to pay fine to spain for privacy invasions.

Google Slapped with Spanish 1.2 Million Dollar Fine for Privacy Violations

Spain has a privacy watchdog and it has moved to slap global search engine giant with a 1.2 million dollar fine. The offense? Breaking Spain’s data protection laws. Moreover, the watchdog says that Google seriously infringed on Spanish citizens rights. The Spanish privacy protection watchdog is called the data protection agency. This agency has found […]

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Key Microsoft Search Executive Goes to Google

As if Microsoft needed more bad news in regards to its search business. As you are probably already aware of, Microsoft is not doing terribly great in the search market. After a huge marketing push and a $100 million advertising budget, Bing.com, failed to make much of an impact against Google. Google is still the […]

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