ASTRO BOB Is Earth under attack by Google Sky glitches?
Last June, a Web user happened to notice an artifact in Google Sky, a site that features several different star atlases you can drill down into to see closeups of nebulas, galaxies and stars. It's a... Posted on 10/31/12 at 9:01 AM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Google Doodle Contests!
Working at an online school means that I spend a ton of time online and that I use online resources for almost every part of my being. From directions to addresses to the schools course management, ww... Posted on 5/4/12 at 9:15 AM
STAFF BLOG THE AREA VOICES COMMUNITY How Google is helping me mine for gold
Awhile back my daughter was assigned to draw a picture of her parents at work. She drew a picture of my husband in front of a chalkboard with the words, "My dad teaches chemistry at a college." For my... Posted on 6/28/11 at 4:12 PM
STAFF BLOG EVERYTHING ELSE BY FORUM REPORTER J. SHANE MERCER Play Pac-Man on Google!
You can play Pac-Man on Google's Web site right now. It's for the 30th anniversary of the game. Awesome! www.google.com
... Posted on 5/21/10 at 11:01 AM
Siri may be feeling a little job insecurity. The sometimes droll assistant that answers questions and helps people manage their lives on Apple's iPhone and iPad is facing competition from an up-and-coming rival made by Google.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Google is paying a $22.5 million fine to settle the latest regulatory case questioning the Internet search leader's respect for people's privacy and the integrity of its internal controls.
Michael Liedtke, AP Technology Writer
, August 09, 2012
BOSTON (AP) — Google News, which has long relied on automation to deliver news content from countless providers, has announced a twist in its algorithm: It will now recognize "featured" content among the tens of thousands of stories it delivers every day.
Eric Carvin, Associated Press
, September 24, 2011
This week’s announcement that Google has purchased a $38.8 million stake in two North Dakota wind farms likely will not directly impact the state’s wind industry.
But the indirect impact could provide another boost to its growing wind energy enterprise, according to North Dakota Public Service Commissioner Tony Clark.
By Kevin Bonham, Forum Communications Co.
, May 07, 2010
Google’s attempted detour around China’s Internet censorship rules was met with countermeasures Tuesday by the communist government, which blocked people on the mainland from seeing search results dealing with such forbidden topics as the pro-democracy movement.
Google Inc. stopped censoring the Internet for China by shifting its search engine off the mainland Monday but said it will maintain other operations in the country. The maneuver attempts to balance Google’s disdain for China’s Internet rules with the company’s desire to profit from an explosively growing market.
Google says it will scan up to 1 million old books in national libraries in Rome and Florence, including works by astronomer Galileo Galilei, in what’s being described as the first deal of its kind.
Officials from Google and Italian culture officials said Wednesday the project is the first time Google Books and a culture ministry have had such a partnership.
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