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  1. Search Week in Review for Oct. 30, 2010

    Google escapes prosecution over Streetview data - Telegraph Google 'revealed location of centre for vulnerable women' - Telegraph Microsoft Earnings: Everything is Great! Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, sued 11 corporations, including Google...

  2. Microsoft Windows 7 House Party: Public Relations Disaster or Video Marketing Triumph?

    Ian Douglas, a tech blogger for the Daily Telegraph in London, writes, "I'm beginning to think that no one involved with Microsoft's advertising has ever left the house or spoken to a real person. That's the question that journalists and bloggers...

  3. Stop Press: Google News Edges Past Yahoo News in UK

    Telegraph Group Now that Yahoo has formally rejected Microsoft's unsolicited bid to acquire the company for approximately $44.6 billion, who knows? Stay tuned for our next episode: "Microsoft Won't Take 'No' for an Answer" – even if Yahoo News, MSN...

  4. Surprised Google & Microsoft Talked Takeover? You Shouldn't Be!

    But I knew what type of craziness would be waiting for me upon my return to work, when I read the business section of the Daily Telegraph on a lazy Saturday afternoon. I read the Telegraph each day and can personally attest that it has virtually no...

  5. The Search Engine Update, Oct 14, 2002, Number 135

    Google may charge for internet search Daily Telegraph, October 4, 2002 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/connected/main.jhtml? NetCaptor is a browser on steroids, powered with features that Microsoft should have, but didn't, put in Internet Explorer.