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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Open Patent pledge for open-source projects.
Charities competing for £500,000 grants.
Popular cloud-based RSS reader on death row.
Zero-days found in all major browsers bar Safari.
OCR joins in with educational materials.
Puts up $π million for vulnerability details.
Privacy breach means damages, says Olswang.
Ubuntu for Android grows up.
Could be looking to take on Google's Project Glass.
Adsense, Classic Plus and Gadgets hit.
Google has snapped up Spanish web-based virus scanner VirusTotal.
Could Android and an ARM chip be what the netbook market needs to survive?
A judge has demanded that Oracle and Google declare any payments made to bloggers in exchange for coverage.
Google's Web Lab (Beta) aims to tie together the physical and digital realms.
Google's IO conference has never been this hardware-centric, with the company launching the Nexus 7 and Nexus Q devices.
Google's regular Transparency Report reveals an increasing trend for political content take-down requests.
Google and Samsung have unveiled an upgraded Chromebook alongside a nettop-like Chromebox.
Google's Eric Schmidt has promised cash to train and equip UK computer science teachers.
A report from the FCC claims that Google management was aware of the Street View Wi-Fi sniffing code.
Google has finally launched the long-rumoured Google Drive service, with 5GB of free storage.
Google has increased its top vulnerability payout to $20,000, while reducing less critical flaw rewards.
Engineers at Microsoft, Google and Netflix have proposed an extension to the HTML5 spec that would allow for encrypted media streaming.
Multiple high-profile websites are unavailable today in protest at proposed anti-piracy legislation in the US.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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