Facebook, Google and Twitter launch the Ads Integrity Alliance initiative to combat spam and malicious ads to ensure a better user experience across the web.

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Google is introducing a new feature called Event Pages that will allow developers to create Chrome extensions that will automatically be unloaded when not in use.

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Google is testing a new horizontal navigation menu in their search results. Currently the Horizontal navigation menu appears to be broken and seems to be rolled out by mistake.

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Android took a major UX leap with design ideas from Matias Duarte and it showed in Honeycomb. Now, with the entire Enyo team and Matias Duarte under its belt, Android might just rock the mobile segment.

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In the Google-Oracle billion dollar lawsuit case, the jury has come out with its decision: Google has not infringed Oracle’s patents with Android. Oracle was looking to get $6 billion from the lawsuit. However, now it will go home empty handed.

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China has cleared Google’s acquisition of Motorola on the condition that Android will be free and open for at least another five years. With the acquisition of Motorola, Google would have both, a specialized Android related hardware segment and the Android software under its control. Seeing this, China raised its eyebrows and refused to clear [...]

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Motorola is walking into this week with both good and bad news. When on one hand the Google Motorola deal is expected to close sometime next week, Microsoft, which has patent deals with all major Android handset manufacturers for its ActiveSync technology, has finally registered a win against Motorola. Microsoft was able to persuade most [...]

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When Samsung announced the Galaxy S3 earlier this month, quite a few die-hard techies were disappointed with the SoC of the handset. The Exynos 4 Quad SoC inside the SGS3 is a beast in every sense, but it packs in 4 “older” generation Cortex-A9 cores instead of the latest Cortex-A15 architecture. The Qualcomm S4 (Krait) SoC [...]

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Windows 8 fails to offer third-party app developers a level playing field by allowing only Microsoft applications to access many of the restricted APIs. However, is this sufficient cause for an antitrust investigation?

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AT&T’s CEO has publicly blamed Google for the delay in Android OS updates with a very vague statement. Thankfully, Google has already released a statement stating its not sure what AT&T’s CEO is referring to, and briefing the Android OS update process.

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After drawing the ire of North American and European regulatory bodies, Google now finds itself in hot water in India.Competition Commission of India is investigation Google for anticompetitive practices.

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Google has been fined tens of millions of dollars in fines over bypassing Safari privacy settings

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A new episode in the Facebook-Google war emerges. And this time around, it is how Facebook leverages online advertising and its massive outreach to downplay the search giant.

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Google has been playing around with its search results and the lives of several webmasters as well with their updates dubbed “Google Panda”. However, it looks like the reign of Google Panda is now over and it has been taken over by a new bird; “Google Penguin”.

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Google is shutting down a bunch of more services and products including Patent Search, Picasa for Linux, Google Talk web app, and One Pass.

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