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  1. Woman Comes Up Limp Yet Again in Google Search Suggestion Fight

    I feel that the decision was economically-driven, in favor of Google and against the rights of the individual," Stayart, who is represented by her husband, told Ars Technica, adding that the court was protecting the "1 percent" (Google) in a...

  2. SOPA, PIPA On Hold, But a New Threat on Horizon

    Indeed, it will be interesting to see just who lawmakers are willing to work with and which perspectives they entertain in reworking PIPA s Julian Sanchez(former Ars Technica Washington Editor), believe the piracy problem has been artificially...

  3. New Gmail, YouTube, Blogger Users Join Google+ by Default

    As Ars Technica confirmed, though: New Google products users are automatically registered for a Google+ account as of today, including those signing up for Gmail, YouTube, and Blogger, unless opting out by using an already-existing Gmail account.

  4. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - April 28, 2011

    Microsoft Q3 2011 Earnings: Search account lock-out attack works - Ars Technica Here's a roundup of today's other search news and headlines from around the web. Search Industry News Google Not Underlining Search Result Titles - Search Engine...

  5. SearchDay | Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009

    Rumors Have Microsoft Laying Off 17% of Work Force This Month Posted by Frank Watson Jan 1, 2009 Though the possibility of Microsoft laying off 15,000 employees this month is getting some attention, it is definitely in the heavy rumor category, as...

  6. SearchDay | Will Social Networks Become the New Inbox?

    As Ars Technica points out: "Its abstract describes "a method and system for storing, navigating, and accessing files within . ErikQualman Will Social Networks Become the New Inbox? Part 2 BRAND EQUITY Many companies still believe they need to get...

  7. Microsoft, Google and Apple Being Sued Over Icon Navigation

    As Ars Technica points out: As Ars Tecnica details the suit has some flaws - Google as yet does not have an operating system, and prior art - a major factor in patent law - "constitutes all information that has been made available to the public in...

  8. Not Even a Little Evil

    A top story from Ars Technica was making the rounds through Digg and Reddit yesterday, bashing Google for being a "little evil. The charge is based on an unusual case, where Google helped Indian police nab Rahul Krishnakumar Vaid, an IT...