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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 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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Nexus One AT&T and Rogers Wireless Support

Google has added more 3G support for Nexus One unlocked version and is now compatible with AT&T and Rogers Wireless connections. It now supports the 3G/UTMS bands (850/1900/2100 MHz).

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Hacker News Google Block Twitter Update

Hacker News from Y Combinator has blocked Google, Bing, Yahoo and all other search engines from accessing their site.

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Google Buzz is offering users more control on how they receive Buzz notifications in their Gmail Inbox.

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Google news team has added a new feature which lets you read old newspapers in “Browsed mode”. This will let you view other editions of that same newspaper, if available.

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Lately, Google has been receiving a lot of criticism for their seemingly arrogant and delusional attitude.

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Bing Traffic Report For February

Google sent 66.7 million users to Bing in February 2010, out of a total traffic of 1.6 billion search done on Bing. Google is also the 4th largest traffic source for Bing.

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Motorola and Microsoft are going to come up with Android devices in China with Bing Search and Maps.

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Google Reader Play

Google Reader Play is a new feature by Google Reader team which will allow users to visually browser through RSS feeds like a slideshow.

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Google Maps Driving Directions

Google Maps has introduced a new feature called “Biking Directions” which will help users to find trails for biking in US. Biking direction covers 12,000 miles and more than 150 cities in the United States.

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Google Campfire One

Watch Google Campfire One online: Google Campfire One event is happening today, 9th March 2010 6PM PST. The event is being broadcasted live on YouTube where you can watch it live online.

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The last time Google made an attempt to get its Android code into the Linux kernel, it failed. But, this time in a recent reply to ZDNet, Google’s Chris DiBona has accepted the possible of an inclusion this time.

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Google has acquired DocVerse, a company that helps bridge the gap between traditional Microsoft Software and cloud based apps. With a couple of Microsoft Veterans on its team now, Google hopes to strengthen its battle vs. Microsoft in cloud-based technologies.

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Filesystem Fatal Fourway: Ext4 versus Brtfs versus ReiserFS versus Reiser4. Guess who wins ?

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