Google hit by €50m GDPR fine
France's CNIL slaps its wrists.
Monster graphics card under the spotlight.
The two companies will engage in some wishy washy handshakes, but the good stuff is what they plan to do in the future. Web 2.0 fans, get excited.
Along with everything else on the web, you can now search blogs with Google.
After the first preliminary ruling came in last night, Microsoft is looking to finish this off sooner, rather than later.
Finally the Google vs Microsoft bout kicks off - lawyers representing both companies have rolled their sleeves up to fight it out over Kai-Fu Lee - a former Microsoft employee.
An amusing transcript has hit the net this morning, revealing what happened when Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's CEO, discovered one of his best chaps was going to Google. Much swearing, chair-throwing and general hilarity ensues.
Microsoft looks to be ramping up it's involvement in the VoIP arena after purchasing Internet Telephony outfit Teleo.
Google, the search engine giant, continue their expansion into new areas with the launch of their instant messaging service, Google Talk.
The Apple share price hit an all time high last Friday off the back of rumours of a Google / iTMS alliance.
DVD Jon just can't help himself. Google's Video Viewer is out for less than a day and already he's hacked it...
Google is developing an online payment system designed to go toe to toe with PayPal, the New York Times reports. The new service is rumoured to be called Google Wallet.
Personalisation is the keyword, as Google gets an extreme makeover.
Google has released its new Web Accelerator software amidst controversy over privacy concerns.