Google contemplating pull-out in China after Gmail cyber attack

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Google has made the announcement that it is not willing to censor its Chinese search engine – google.cn – any longer, after e-mail accounts of Chinese human rights activists were targets of a coordinated attack that happened in December. This move would result in closing the site and the offices.

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Specs Leaked for First Google Chrome OS Netbook

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Google Chrome has quickly become my preferred web browser of choice and it may soon become the preferred operating system for netbooks around the world too. As you may recall, the Chrome OS bases most of its functionality “in the cloud,” but what can we make of its own features and specifications? Wonder no longer. […]

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Almost 50 American Airports Getting Free Wi-Fi from Google

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Do you plan on flying home for the holidays? Are you looking forward to dealing with airport security and explaining to them why you have so many gadgets in your backpack? Maybe you’ll be bored out of your mind waiting to board your flight? Well, Google wants to lend you another friendly hand. While suffering […]

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Virgin America Offers Free In-Flight Wi-Fi

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Dreading the trip over to grandma’s for the Christmas holidays? Trying to get your cheeks ready for the inevitably onslaught of squeezing? Well, it seems that Richard Branson and crew are working on something to make the trip a little more bearable. How does some free Wi-Fi for in-air Facebook and Twitter updates sound? It […]

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