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  1. Yahoo Defeats Google: Gets More Unique Visitors in July

    Yahoo dethroned Google as the top destination of U.S. web users in July, comScore reported. Yahoo had an estimated 197 million unique visitors in July, compared to Google's 192 million. However, mobile device visits aren't included in those figures.

  2. Google Maps Adds Real-Time Traffic Alerts

    Google Maps users will now benefit from real-time incident reports from Waze users, such as accidents, road closures, and speed camera alerts. The Waze app for iOS and Android will be getting Google Search, Street View and satellite images.

  3. Google EU Antitrust Concessions Called 'Insufficient'

    Although it was widely thought that Google's three-year long antitrust review in relation to the firm blocking its rivals in search results was coming to an end, it seems not. EU regulators say Google must offer more and improved concessions.

  4. Google Waze Buy Faces Antitrust Review

    Iit's unlikely the FTC will conclude that Google's Waze buyout will significant harm other mapping services such as Bing Maps and Tomtom. But the FTC will consider whether Google is buying Waze to eliminate a potential future competitor.

  5. Porn Comes to Google Glass, is Quickly Banned

    Google moved swiftly to get rid of the first pornographic app created for Google Glass. This was followed by a quick tweak to its Glass Platform Developer Polices to ensure that no more porn makes its way onto its augmented reality spectacles.

  6. Europe to Demand Further Search Concessions From Google

    European Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia addressed the European parliament yesterday and said that Google's proposed changes to its search aren't good enough, and that it's unlikely to signal an end to the EC's ongoing probe into the firm.

  7. Google Launches Paid Music Streaming Service

    Google Play Music All Access allows users to browse tunes by genre, with options also available to look through popular and local tracks. It also boasts a feature similar to Apple's Genius tool, designed to help users find new music.

  8. Google Unveils Keep Note-Taking Service

    Google Keep, like rival app Evernote, allows users to jot down notes, make lists, record voice reminders and save photos that are stored on Google Drive and synced between all Google linked devices. It's available for Android and on the web.

  9. Google Replaces Android Head Andy Rubin

    Google's Andy Rubin has stepped down from his role as the head of the Android mobile operating system to "start a new chapter" at the Internet giant. Rubin will be replaced by Sundar Pichai, who presently heads the firm's Chrome and Apps division.

  10. Android's Google Play Store Turns 1

    Google Play is celebrating its first birthday today by giving away free and cheap Android applications. Well, it's not really Google Play's first birthday, but it is exactly a year since Google rebranded its Android applications store.

  11. Is YouTube Tuning Up a Music Streaming Service?

    YouTube is reportedly planning to launch a music streaming service later this year to compete with Spotify that will be tightly knit into Google Play and the Android ecosystem, will apparently offer both free and paid-for subscription models.

  12. Customers Flee Apple Maps

    Google Maps for IOS app reached 10 million downloads in just two days. Jeff Huber, SVP of Commerce and Local at Google announced the news on Google+ saying, "More than 10 million downloads in less than 48 hours after release!"

  13. Glowing Reviews for Facebook's Faster Android App

    Facebook released a native app for Android devices, which it claims is "twice as fast" as its previous effort. Facebook for Android 2.0, sees the social network ditching HTML5 in favour of native code - as it did with its IOS app earlier this year.