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Google Microsoft Suit Could Crimp China Efforts  
Losing the services of Kai-Fu Lee for the rest of this year would have a profound effect on Google's recruiting efforts in China, the search engine company has argued in its legal battle with Microsoft.

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Google Expands Into Off-Line Advertising  
Google is expanding its lucrative Internet advertising network into the print world in a bold attempt to capture traditional ad dollars. In its first significant expansion beyond the Internet, Google has bought advertising in a handful of technology industry magazines and resold chunks of the space to merchants already participating of its booming Internet marketing network.

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Microsoft, Google Trade Salvos in Legal Battle  
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer vowed to "kill" Google in an expletive-laced, chair-throwing tirade when a senior engineer told him he was leaving the company to go work for Google, the engineer claimed in court documents that was made public.

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Google Turns 7, Expands Search Index and much more…  
As part of its seventh birthday celebration, Google at the occasion announced it has expanded its search index, but will no longer offer a specific count of indexed Web documents on its homepage. Instead, Google simply claims that its search is three times larger than rivals.

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Google Plans a Sprawling Campus at NASA Research Park  
Web-search giant, space agency also to team up on research projects
Web Search Giant, Google Inc. said that it plans to partner with NASA on space research projects and to build a new campus at a NASA research center in the heart of Silicon Valley.

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Google Earth Rankles South Korea Military Brass  
South Korean military specialists say the Google Earth images of the Presidential Blue House and various military bases leave the country vulnerable to outside threats and plan to discuss their concerns with US authorities.

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Google Is Everywhere  
Providing further evidence that Google is everywhere, now its new map technology is helping Katrina hurricane victims and their families track damage and each other.

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Google Instant-Messaging Service Does a Lot without Bells and Whistles  
Google Talk, the new instant-messaging and voice chat software unveiled recently, is very much like every other product rolled out by those masters of Internet search in Mountain View: Elegantly minimalist and a little quirky.

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EBay to Buy Skype in $2.6bn Deal  
Online auction site eBay has agreed to buy internet telephone company Skype Technologies in a $2.6bn (£1.4bn) deal. EBay would use Skype -- which allows free or inexpensive calls to be made over the Internet -- to help its sellers and buyers complete transactions.

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Gates Retains 'Wealthiest Crown’  
Tech industry billionaires loomed large in Forbes' latest list of the wealthiest people in the United States, with Bill Gates and his $51 billion fortune again topping the list.

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Google Expands Mobile Search Features  
Google has launched a new range of search services for mobile devices. Users accessing google.com from a device such as a cell-phone will have quick access to information about movie show-times, weather, and stock quotes, the company said.

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Google, Geico Resolve Trademark Lawsuit  
Google Inc. has settled the last part of a lawsuit alleging the online search engine leader's advertising network illegally exploited insurer Geico Inc.'s brand, avoiding a trial on an issue that threatened to bog down one of the Internet's biggest moneymaking machines.

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Secure Wireless Access from GoogleNet Broadband Plans  
Google wants another crack at your entire internet traffic. Releasing the new Google Secure Access wireless software called ‘GoogleNet’ while also taking bids for a US nationwide optical fiber network.

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Judge: Google Can Keep Microsoft Alum Lee--For Now  
Freedom--Within Limits! A Seattle judge said Kai-Fu Lee can indeed work for Google's China arm--but without a ‘helping hand’ to haul in other ex-Microsoft employees.

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Google Opens its Digital Library to Europe  
Google Inc. is asking European book publishers to submit non-English material to its Internet-leading search engine -- a move that may ease worries about the company's digital library relying too heavily on Anglo-American content.

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Microsoft Makes Splash with VoIP Acquisition  
Google, Microsoft at it Again--This Time it is VoIP
In what has become a chess match between Google Inc. and Microsoft for the attentions of Internet-savvy consumers, Microsoft made another move last week by acquiring voice-over-IP startup Teleo Inc., with plans to expand on the Internet phone-call capabilities it offers through its instant-messaging software, MSN Messenger.

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Yahoo! Search Debuts Audio Search  
Yahoo's musical rotation is about to get some serious airtime now that the company is testing a new search-engine feature that can sift through millions of songs offered by various Internet music services. The free service allows users to peruse a list of 50 million - music, voice and other files for free.

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Baidu Ordered to Halt Music Downloading Service  
Chinese Internet search engine Baidu.com Inc. said a Beijing court ordered the company to stop providing music downloading services as part of a copyright infringement suit brought by Shanghai Busheng Music Culture Media Co.

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Yahoo Debuts Beta of Instant Search  
Yahoo Inc., trying to deliver more relevant search results faster than its rival, is testing an instant-search feature that displays results while the person is typing a query.

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Google Prepares To Launch WiFi Service  
Always looking for something to speculate on, bloggers are once again buzzing with talk about a potential Google WiFi launch. Online search leader Google is preparing to launch a wireless Internet service, Google WiFi, according to several pages found on the company's Web site.

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Opera v 8.5 Goes Free with Help from Google  
Opera has now become a completely free browser, just like Internet Explorer and Firefox. Opera has removed the banners, and the licensing fee. Opera’s growth, due to tremendous worldwide customer support, has made today’s milestone an achievable goal. Premium support is available.

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Truveo Unveils New Search Engine That Trawls For Video  
Computer scientists who helped pioneer online search unveiled a Web crawler called Truveo that analyst called "a step ahead" of what Yahoo Inc. and Google Inc. have accomplished in video search. Video searching is one of the hottest activities for the web searching giants.

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Google Launches New Blog Search Tool  
Search giant now offers way to search online journals.
To its menu of search alternatives, Google has added the option of searching through the popular online journals called Web logs, or blogs.

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Google Trumps Yahoo in the Index Stakes  
The search giant claims to index three times as many unique pages as anyone else but admits the exact number is very debatable.

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AOL Enters VoIP Market with TotalTalk  
AOL announced that it will begin its roll-out of new VoIP service called TotalTalk on October 4. The TotalTalk service transforms any high-speed Internet connection into a quality phone service that is simple to use and affordable, with savings of up to 40% off monthly phone bills, compared to traditional landline service.

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New Lawsuit Looming over Google’s Use of Gmail?  
Google, the internet search engine, is facing a renewed threat of legal action from Independent International Investment Research, a British company that specializes in research and has several leading City investment banks as clients, argues that it launched "G-MailTM web based email" in May 2002.

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Microsoft Corp. Reorganizes to Compete Better with Google, Yahoo  
Microsoft Corp. is reorganizing its corporate structure and giving one of its newest executives broader powers in an effort to better compete against its rivals, including Google Inc. and Yahoo Inc.

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Authors Guild Hit Google with Copyright Lawsuit  
An organization of more than 8,000 authors accused Google Inc. of massive copyright infringement, saying the powerful Internet search engine cannot put its books in the public domain for commercial use without permission

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Google Earth Finds Buried Roman Ruins  
Google’s satellite-mapping service helps an Italian computer programmer find an ancient Roman Villa near his home using satellite images from Google Earth.

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Baidu.com Will Appeal Legal Ruling  
Chinese search engine Baidu.com plans to appeal a court verdict ruling it violated copyrights held by a local affiliate of global music giant EMI, Baidu's lawyer said in a statement.

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Google Branches Out Into Television  
Google is apparently branching out into television.
A few bloggers have apparently seen an advertisement for a full time project manager for GoogleTV in Mountain View.

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Kai-Fu Lee Begins Work in Google's China Operations  
Kai-Fu Lee, the center of an ongoing legal battle between Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp., has taken up his post as head of Google's China operations.

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AOL Portal Officially Out Of Beta  
America Online Inc. has officially launched its ad-supported portal out of beta, the latest step in AOL's ongoing shift from a subscription-only service to one challenging Yahoo Inc., Microsoft Corp.'s MSN and Google Inc. in the multi-billion-dollar online-advertising market.

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Google Hires Vinton Cerf as Chief Internet Evangelist  
Google named Vinton Cerf as the company's Chief Internet Evangelist, tapping a cyberspace legend to help the strategy of the web search leader.

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Google Aims for Web Developers' Hearts and Minds  
Google's latest services underscore the company's efforts to create a platform on which to build add-on products and services. The Internet giant is appealing to third-party developers, much the way Microsoft has done with Windows for years.

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Can Microsoft Out-Google Google?  
In a direct attack on Google, Microsoft's new Web-platform strategy will open up its MSN Search and Desktop Search APIs to third parties.

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Yahoo Aims to be The Interactive Studio of the Future  
As Discovery orbited the Earth early last month, millions of people visited Yahoo, which runs the most popular news site on the Internet, to see the nail-biting conclusion to the troubled shuttle mission.

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Microsoft Plans to Sell Search Ads of Its Own  
Microsoft Corporation will shortly unveil its own system for selling Web advertising as it struggles to compete with Google and Yahoo in the expanding Web search business.

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Google Uses Coding Competition as Job Interview  
Code Jam Polish student rises to the top at third annual Google
Polish university student Marek Cygan has won the third edition of Google Code Jam. The annual programming contest was held for the third time lately at the California headquarters of the search engine.

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Expanded Microsoft, AOL Deal Reported  
In its all-out battle to defeat Google, Microsoft may be reaching out to a former nemesis. The Redmond Company is reportedly close to buying a stake in America Online or at least expanding a partnership they reached in 2003.

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Yahoo Shopping Goes Mobile  
Yahoo has just released a mobile version of Yahoo Shopping. The mobile version of Yahoo Shopping will work on mobile phones/devices with a WAP 2.0 enabled browser that has access to one of the following networks: Cingular–Orange, Cingular–Blue, Verizon, Sprint, Nextel, and T–Mobile.

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AOL Launches Podcast Search  
AOL has become the latest Internet player to tap into the podcast craze, launching a podcast search service. The firm has secured a deal with search engine technology firm Podscope to add a podcast search capability to the AOL search engine.

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At 30, Microsoft is Already Showing Signs of Middle Age  
Microsoft is 30 years old! The company took over a baseball stadium in Seattle and bussed in 16,000 Microsofties for an orgasmic celebration of Chairman Bill's vision of world domination.

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Google Releases Toolbar for Firefox  
Google has released from beta its Firefox search toolbar, which includes features such as spell check and a word translator.

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Google Video Integrates Media Player  
Google has improved its Google Video service by eliminating the need for users to download software to play back videos, the Mountain View, California-based company has announced.

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Palm Teams With Microsoft for Smart Phone  
Palm Inc. is teaming up with Microsoft Corp. to launch a Windows-based version of the Treo smart phone, marking the first time the handheld computer pioneer will sell a device based on its former rival's software.

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Toolbar, Search Site Aim to Guard against Phishers  
A Massachusetts company shortly plans to launch a search site and toolbar that will alert Internet users when they are visiting Web sites that are fraudulent or should not be trusted.

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Wireless Internet: Spreading Far and Wide  
Surfing the net through the wired networks is all set to change with wireless fidelity or Wi-Fi services dominating the world in a big way.

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Baidu.com Increases Search Engine Network Capacity  
Baidu.com says it has deployed the TeraScale E-Series at the core of its data centers to increase network capacity and build in the long-term scalability that will accommodate future growth.

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Japanese Portal Buys LinkShare, Takes on Yahoo  
Japanese Portal, Rakuten Inc. said it has agreed to acquire Internet-marketing firm LinkShare Corp. for $425 million in cash, giving the Japanese online shopping mall a foothold in the U.S. market.

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Yahoo Desktop Search Released  
Yahoo Desktop Search has left beta. Yahoo said it plans to make the finished version of its free desktop search software available at: http://desktop.yahoo.com.

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Baidu.com Attempts to Soothe Music Industry  
China's biggest Internet search engine Baidu.com and seven global music giants agreed to enter into mediation on the first day of a high-profile copyright trial, state media said in a release.

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MSN Launches Paid Search Engine Advertising in France and Singapore  
Microsoft has launched of its new paid-search service for MSN in France and Singapore, saying the program will let advertisers target their audience more precisely through direct and display ads.

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Google Opens Branch in Israel  
Google Inc. has announced that it is setting up a branch in Israel as part of the expansion of its international activities.

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Google Ends Boycott of Cnet News Service  
Google Inc.'s boycott of News.com appears to have ended quietly, less than three months after company executives told the technology news site that they would stop speaking with its reporters for a year.

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Microsoft Finds New Appetite for China Software  
Microsoft has stirred to life in China with a string of small but pivotal deals in the past months after years of seeming slumber as the Asian country's market began to mature.

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Web Mulls Google's Threat to Microsoft  
Debate is growing over whether Google poses a viable threat to Microsoft's dominance of the personal-computing sector.

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Mobile Operators Fear the Google Effect  
Carriers battle to keep mobile search users inside their networks
Mobile operators are battling with Google over the provision of search on their mobile networks, according to a panel of Asian and European operators said at the CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment tradeshow in San Francisco.

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Skype Updates Windows VoIP Offering  
Skype Technologies shortly released its Skype Windows version 1.4, as the VoIP provider moved to add features in the wake of the recent deal under which it will be acquired by eBay.

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Google Optimizing Ad Sales, Creatives and Landing Pages  
Google is taking steps with its AdWords and AdSense programs to assist advertisers in launching site targeted campaigns, help publishers sell those advertising spaces, and even optimize the advertising creatives and landing pages for the advertiser.

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Yahoo Site Explorer Finally Live!  
Promised over a month ago, finally it appears Yahoo Site Explorer is now a reality. Yahoo gives the heads-up to everyone here on its Yahoo Search Blog, and how it will show you all pages within a domain, within a particular directory of a domain, all inbound links to a domain and the ability to bulk submit.

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