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Experts in augmented reality, on seeing Google’s Project Glass, suggest it’s a vast overpromise of what can be delivered. So, is it all to make Google seem more interesting?
I know many people will be out this weekend, practicing walking down the streets and not looking where they’re going.
Google Inc., owner of the world’s most-popular search engine, misled Australian consumers in 2007 by including paid advertisements from competitors in search results for businesses, an appeal court ruled.
The Federal Court of Appeal in Sydney today overturned a lower court decision and ordered the Mountain View, California- based company to set up a protocol to avoid repeating the practice.
Almost 18 months ago, Viacom (VIA) lost its copyright infringement lawsuit against Google (GOOG). Guess what? It’s back.
A district court had dismissed the suit in 2010 after ruling that Google was protected by a 1998 U.S. law that provides a legal “safe harbor” when copyright-infringing material is posted by consumers onto an Internet service. But a three-judge panel of the 2nd Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals on Thursday reinstated the lawsuit, saying that the lower court erred in its judgment.
Now that he has been Google’s CEO for a year, Larry Page may be ready to tackle some of the public-relations duties that typically accompany the job.
Page opened up in a way that he hasn’t previously with a Thursday dispatch that shared some of his thoughts about Google’s past accomplishments and future possibilities.
Google appears to dominate every market in which they step foot. For this reason, many believe that Android is the company’s first step towards monopolizing the mobile market. And it might be. To really understand the importance of Android to Google, however, you need to determine what mobile market they wish to monopolize. Also, a quick look at the history of Google’s moves into various open source projects will shed some light on whether Android is truly its first step towards monopolizing the mobile market.