|Forum: Google, Alphabet Inc., Finance, Govt, Policy and Business Issues|
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|561:|| Google Expands Print Ads Program|
"Google Inc. is expanding a test program that lets online advertisers buy ad space in newspapers, as the publishing industry struggles to offset business that has moved to the Internet."
|July 18, 2007|
|562:|| Google's Brin on Facebook: "we'd certainly be open to talking"|
"Google co-founder Sergey Brin said his company would be happy to talk with Facebook about potential ties but that the social network did not appear to be courting takeover bids."
|July 13, 2007|
|563:|| ACCC Sues Google on Misleading & Deceptive Advertising|
"Google Inc. is being sued by the Australian government on allegations that advertising links on its Web site mislead consumers."
|July 12, 2007|
|564:|| Analysts: Google Will Take 90% of Market|
"Google Inc., owner of the world's most popular Internet search engine, will take 90 percent of the market over the next decade through increased spending on research and development, analysts at Cowen & Co. said in a note Wednesday."
|July 12, 2007|
|565:|| Google MyMaps Gets Additional Functionality|
"From Wednesday at 6 a.m. PDT (1300 GMT), MyMaps users will have the capability to create personalized maps which plot the locations of everything from local fuel supplies, to the newest earthquakes, worldwide."
|July 11, 2007|
|566:|| Google Acquires Postini|
"With this transaction, we're reinforcing our commitment to delivering compelling hosted applications to businesses of all sizes. With the addition of Postini, our apps are not just simple and appealing to users -- they can also streamline the complex information security mandates within these organizations," said Eric Schmidt, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Google.
|July 9, 2007|
|567:|| German Court Says No to Gmail Name|
"Google was banned from using the name "Gmail" for its popular webmail service by German court, following a trademark suit filed by the founder of G-Mail, German mail system."
|July 5, 2007|
|568:|| Google Acquires GrandCentral Web-calling Service|
"Google Inc. has acquired GrandCentral Communications, a start-up that lets users manage their existing phones and voice mailboxes over the Web as if they were a single account, the company said on Monday."
|July 3, 2007|
|569:|| Google Gadget Ventures Launched: Funding Available|
"Google Gadget Ventures is a new Google pilot program dedicated to helping developers create richer, more useful Google Gadgets."
|June 28, 2007|
|570:|| Google To Build $600 Million Datacenter in Iowa|
""Google's decision to make Iowa the home of their newest server farm will have a tremendous impact on Council Bluffs, western Iowa and our entire state," Culver said."
|June 22, 2007|
|571:|| Google Acquires Online Slide Presentations Company: Zenter|
"...acquired the assets of Zenter, a company that provides software for creating online slide presentations."
|June 20, 2007|
|572:|| Google Launches YouTube Local Language Sites|
"...the world's most popular video-sharing site introduced local-language sites in nine countries on Tuesday that will all just go by YouTube."
|June 19, 2007|
|573:|| Google Testing Video Fingerprinting On YouTube to Guard Copyrights|
""Today we're experimenting with video identification tools," Chen wrote in a blog posted online."
|June 15, 2007|
|574:|| Google Wants 'Open' Wireless Networks|
"Google and its allies may have lost key Capitol Hill votes on Net neutrality laws last year, but now they're mounting a counterattack: a lobbying effort to extend similar rules to forthcoming wireless broadband networks."
|June 14, 2007|
|575:|| Google and Intel Partner on Energy Efficiency|
"Web search leader Google and semiconductor maker Intel launched a broad-based programme on Tuesday to introduce more energy-efficient personal computers and server systems to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions."
|June 13, 2007|
|576:|| Google Responds to E.U. Working Party Letter|
"In the spirit of transparency, we're publishing our response to the Working Party's letter." However, nothing has changed.
|June 12, 2007|
|577:|| Google and Microsoft Trade Barbs in Dueling AntiTrust Claims|
Microsoft said Google's acquisition of DoubleClick went over the line, while Google claims Vista went over the line...
|June 11, 2007|
|578:|| Watchdog group calls Google's privacy policies the worst|
"In a report released today, London-based Privacy International assigned Google its lowest possible grade. The category is reserved for companies with "comprehensive consumer surveillance and entrenched hostility to privacy."
|June 10, 2007|
|579:|| Google Acquires PeakStream|
"Google has acquired PeakStream, a start-up selling tools for writing software that can take advantage of multicore processors as well as graphics and gaming chips, according to published reports."
|June 6, 2007|
|580:|| Google Acquisitions Timeline|
"My goal is to make this the Definitive List of Google Acquisitions."
|June 4, 2007|
|581:|| Google Acquires Panoramio||June 1, 2007|
|582:|| Google Buys FeedBurner - it's official!|
First announced by TechCrunch and now confirmed by both parties -- Google has acquired Feedburner.
|June 1, 2007|
|583:|| Google Gears: API to Make Online Applications Run Offline|
"Gears is a browser extension that we hope -- with time and plenty of input and collaboration from outside of Google -- can make not just our applications but everyone's applications work offline."
|May 31, 2007|
|584:|| Google Acquires Security Company: GreenBorder Technologies|
"Google Inc. said on Tuesday it has bought Internet security startup GreenBorder Technologies Inc., which creates secure connections to protect e-mail and Web users from malicious or unwanted computer code."
|May 30, 2007|
|585:|| Google DoubleClick Deal Brings U.S. FTC Scrutiny|
"The Federal Trade Commission has opened a preliminary antitrust investigation into Google's planned $3.1 billion purchase of the online advertising company DoubleClick, an industry executive briefed on the agency's plans said yesterday."
|May 29, 2007|
|586:|| Google: EU Wants Answers on Google Data Storage|
"A European Union committee is questioning how Google Inc. manages and stores the personal data it collects from consumers who use the company's popular search engine."
|May 28, 2007|
|587:|| Google and Dell Slapped with Spyware Label|
"Removing the Google Toolbar from a new Dell system doesn't completely take away Google's effect on a PC. Ulevitch thinks this borders on placing spyware on new computers, for the sake of boosting the razor-thin margins in Dell's PC business."
|May 23, 2007|
|588:|| Google Starts Online Security Blog|
" Among the issues we'll tackle is malware, which is the subject of our inaugural post."
|May 23, 2007|
|589:|| Google Invests in Genetics Firm|
"Google has taken a stake in a biotech company co-founded by the wife of one of the search engine giant's bosses."
|May 23, 2007|
|590:|| Google, Salesforce.com Consider Alliance to Battle Microsoft|
"Internet giant Google Inc. and Salesforce.com Inc., a pioneer in online services for businesses, are discussing an alliance that could help them compete more effectively with Microsoft Corp., according to people familiar with the matter."
|May 21, 2007|
|591:|| English Premier League (soccer) Sues Google/YouTube|
"The football organisation said YouTube had "knowingly misappropriated" its intellectual property by encouraging footage to be viewed on its site."
|May 5, 2007|
|592:|| Google Denies Viacom Copyright Charges|
""We think YouTube offers the world's leading platform for entertainment, education and free speech," Michael Kwun, managing counsel for litigation at Google, said in a briefing with reporters at Google's headquarters here. "We're not going to let this lawsuit distract us.""
|May 1, 2007|
|593:|| Google Confirms It Has Pulled Malicious Links in AdWords|
"On Tuesday, April 24th, Google identified and canceled AdWords accounts displaying ads that re-directed users to malicious sites."
|Apr 28, 2007|
|594:|| Google Does Deal to Sell Online Ads on China Telecom Web Sites|
"Google Inc. won the right to sell advertising on 400 Web sites owned by China Telecom Corp., helping it compete with Microsoft Corp. and dominant local rival Baidu.com Inc. in the world's second-biggest Internet market."
|Apr 25, 2007|
|595:|| Google Buys European Video Software Company|
"Google has bought video conferencing software from Marratech AB, a Stockholm-based vendor, and hired the engineers involved with the software. For now, Google plans to use the software internally, as a tool for its employees, the spokesman said, declining to speculate whether Google might later try to market the technology or integrate it into one of its commercial products."
|Apr 21, 2007|
|596:|| Google Draws Privacy Complaint to FTC in DoubleClick Deal|
"Three public-interest groups are expected to file a joint complaint on Friday with the Federal Trade Commission calling for an investigation into the potential threat to consumer privacy posed by Google's planned acquisition of DoubleClick."
|Apr 20, 2007|
|597:|| Google 1Q profit rises 69%.|
" Google Inc. reported on Thursday its quarterly net profit rose 69 percent, topping expectations, driven by market share gains in its Web search business, sending its stock up 2.8 percent after-hours."
|Apr 19, 2007|
|598:|| Google to Add Presentation Tool to Docs|
"Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said Tuesday Google is set to introduce software for creating meeting presentations online, offering a twist on Microsoft's popular PowerPoint tool."
|Apr 17, 2007|
|599:|| Google: YouTube Copyright Filter Almost Ready|
"Google is very near enacting a filtering service that would prevent copyright content from being uploaded to video-sharing site YouTube, according to CEO Eric Schmidt."
|Apr 17, 2007|
|600:|| Competitors Raise M-Word (MONOPOLY) With Google Purchase of DoubleClick|
""Google's purchase of DoubleClick combines the two largest providers of online advertising delivery and is going to reduce substantially the market competition on which Web sites rely on to provide advertising," The Journal quoted Brad Smith, Microsoft's general counsel, as saying. Smith said that, taken together, Google and DoubleClick would handle more than 80% of the advertisements served up to third-party Web sites when a user pulls up a page, the Journal reported."
|Apr 16, 2007|