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  1. Scroogled Rises: Microsoft Back on Attack as Google Faces New Antitrust Complaint

    In an interview with the New York Times, European Union’s antitrust chief, Joaquín Almunia, noted one solution to deal with this issue could be "labeling" – or something that clearly distinguishes when Google is promoting its own services...

  2. Google Warns Secretive Government Group Could Kill Open Web

    Google has slammed an upcoming meeting of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), set for Dec.in Dubai, which the company says will give governments the chance to set new regulations without input from citizens and user advocacy groups.

  3. Funny Flirting with Siri; The Apple of My iPhone

    So it is with trepidation, lest I reveal too much of my own warped mind, that I recount this romantic journey of laughter, reflection, sorrow and rejection with my robot fantasy girl who turned out to be an undercover agent for network called the...

  4. Google’s 13th Birthday: 12 Top Stories From the Past 12 Months

    Google is no stranger to antitrust scrutiny, but this year Google’s search dominance has been the subject of investigations in the European Union. Google officially became a teenager today. The search engine that became synonymous with search and...

  5. Privacy Regulators See Red Over Facebook Facial Recognition

    The long worked on facial recognition technology recently released by Facebook is coming under attack from European Union regulators questioning its intrusion in to users' privacy. Facebook gave information to the EU shortly after the investigation...

  6. Google FTC Antitrust Probe Rumors Emerge as ITA Verdict Nears

    Ohio and Wisconsin are reportedly considering their own antitrust probes, while Google is already facing investigations from Texas and the European Union. Google could face a major U.S. Federal Trade Commission antitrust investigation after the...

  7. Bunsen Burner Doodle Honors Inventor's 200th Birthday

    The Robert Wilhelm Bunsen Medal is assigned every year by the European Geosciences Union (www.egu.eu) to scientists who provided significant advance in the fields of Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology, and Volcanology," as Wikipedia notes.