LinkedIn has introduced a feature that allows users to recognize professionals for their expertise. It allows users' connections to endorse one of their skills they've listed on their profile or recommend one that they haven't added yet.
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Google has been given clarification and a deadline of Friday to comply with a U.S. judge's order to disclose any paid relationships with the media. The judge said Google "failed to comply" with his order in the firm's patent litigation with Oracle.
Google is removing the video chat function from Gmail that has been available since 2008 and replacing it with a Hangouts style feature as seen in Google+. Google promises Gmail users this will mean higher reliability and enhanced quality.
Google is nearing a settlement with the Euroopean Commission regarding its search and advertising antitrust probe. Antitrust chief Joaquin Almunia says EU regulators have reached "a good degree of understanding between Google and the Commission."
Sparrow works on iPhone and iPad devices and Mac computers, using simplified interfaces of Twitter clients such as Tweetie or IOS apps as opposed to more traditional email style applications such as Apple Mail or Mozilla Thunderbird.
Google has slashed the price of its Maps application programming interface (API). In a move to attract more enterprise use of the system, U.S. companies will now pay 50 cents instead of $4 for every thousand map loads, an 88 percent lower rate.
Google is being sued by the Texas attorney general, who alleges that the search giant is withholding documents from the state. Google denies the claim, saying the company has shared "hundreds of thousands of documents" with the Texas AG.
One of LinkedIn's premium members claims the website didn't do enough to safeguard users' digitally stored and personally identifiable information, including e-mail addresses, passwords, and login credentials. So she's suing the social network.
Somewhere between 12 million and 14 million Google searches every day trigger warnings about "compromised" sites, while dedicated attack websites built to distribute malware are on the rise, according to a new Google security report.
Large Youtube to MP3 conversion website Youtube-MP3.org has been threatened with legal action, and seen its servers blocked from accessing YouTube because its MP3 extraction procedures convert YouTube videos into downloadable audio files.