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Shaun Nichols

Shaun Nichols

US Correspondent

Incisive Media

Articles by Shaun Nichols

  1. Google-Motorola Acquisition Approved in U.S., EU

    In a pair of announcements made just hours apart, the U.S. Department of Justice and the European Commission each announced that the $12.5 billion acquisition had been cleared by their respective anti-trust authorities and could proceed.

  2. DOJ to Approve Google's Motorola Acquisition

    Google's proposed acquisition of Motorola Mobility could soon be approved by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ,) sources told the Wall Street Journal. The DOJ is reportedly poised to issue a formal approval on the deal as early as next week.

  3. Google, Facebook Agree to Censor Content in India

    A court in India has ordered 21 technology firms, including Google and Facebook, to remove content. The Indian branches of both firms have complied with the court's request and removed pages which had been deemed religiously or socially offensive.

  4. Google, Microsoft, Facebook Teaming Up to Fight Phishing

    Google, Microsoft and Facebook are teaming up with banks and security vendors to create The Domain-based Authentication, Reporting and Conformance group (DMARC) group, which seeks to develop a platform that can weed out potential phishing messages.

  5. Twitter to Acquire News Aggregator Summify

    To boost its news management capabilities, Twitter will acquire Summify, a site which allows users to collect and summarize news items into a single visual feed. The service deliver the news feeds as a web page, email message, or mobile application.

  6. Facebook Would Like to Launch IPO in May

    Facebook is reportedly planning to launch its initial public offering (IPO) in the third week of May of this year. Facebook's IPO would be the largest from a techn company in recent years, with recent valuations reaching as high as $100 billion.

  7. IBM Assigns Over 200 Patents to Google

    IBM has agreed to a deal that will see the company assign more than 200 patents to Google. Patents include filings related to rendering pages, analyzing large-scale indexes, VOIP platforms, voice-activated search and social-networking technologies.