Adobe Flash and Google Chrome got close when Adobe announced the availability of Flash support on Google Chrome. Adobe Flash player will be available on future versions of Google Chrome by default.

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Google has confirmed that its recent outage in China was caused due to a technical glitch and not due to a ban imposed by Chinese authorities.

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According to latest reports, the Chinese Government has finally started blocking all Google Search queries.

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Google has started serving partially blocked mobile content in China. This follows the Google decision to redirect visitors of the the Google China homepage to the uncensored Google Hong Kong domain of google.com.hk.

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Sending files to friends just got easier with chat on iGoogle and Orkut. Google has added a nifty feature in Google Chat on iGoogle and Orkut which allows users to send files to friends just like in the GTalk chat client.

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Pwn2Own is over and as predicted, Google Chrome is the only browser, which managed to emerge unscathed.

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Google TV in partnership with Sony and Intel will allow users to surf through the Internet right from their television through specially designed set top boxes.

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Last week, there were intensive reports on Google sharing ad revenues with Android based phones, their carriers, android apps and manufacturers. Now, Google has come out with its official statement on this matter and has denied all these rumors.

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RIP Google China

Reports are flowing in that the Chinese government has started blocking certain search results in Google China. There has been no statement about the search terms which are being banned by Google yet.

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Tech  Wara

A roundup of 10 technology related battles going on in the current year.

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Google China user cannot access Google in plain English. The complaints keep flowing from users who were able to access Google global from China earlier.

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Google China Service Status

Google has finally hit the long standing nail on the Google China coffin and packed it off to Hong Kong. Users who visit Google.cn are now automatically redirected to Google.com.hk, effectively ending search censorship in China.

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Google’s new ANGLE project which will provide 3D graphics acceleration directly in Chrome by implementing the OpenGL API.

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Unconfirmed reports from Chinese news agencies suggest that Google may be getting ready to quit China.

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Google-Search-Uncensored

Google had promised to offer uncensored search in their original missive, however they hadn’t made good on their promise. At least not until now.

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