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  1. Google Will Overtake Facebook in Display Ad Sales by 2013 [Report]

    Yet by end of next year, the Mountain View, CA-based web and technology giant will hold a $3.7 billion to $3.3 billion lead over Facebook for display ads, eMarketer says. Menlo Park, CA-based Facebook will still dominate this year, raking in $2.6...

  2. Google Mobile News Roundup: Android Security, Avoid Traffic, Emergency Numbers & More

    Now you can find one by searching Google Maps -- e.g.ev charging station near mountain view ca]. Following the DroidDream Android malware scare, Google announced that they had removed the malicious applications from the Android Market, suspended...

  3. Consumer Watchdog Believes Google 'WiSpy' Potentially Logged Homeland Security Data

    In the long list of legal issues Google is facing at the moment, here's another one to add to the record: Consumer Watchdog suspects the Mountain View-based company to have picked up unprotected payload data (i.e.

  4. Google Launches Billboard Campaign to Promote Apps, Steal Microsoft Customers

    Google says the vinyl being used for each ad will be recycled.million companies and organizations have "gone Google," according to the Mountain View, CA-based company. Google has purchased billboard advertising along highways in 4 major...

  5. Google To Acquire YouTube In Stock Transaction

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. YouTube will continue to be based in San Bruno, CA, and all YouTube employees will remain with the company. It's real and was just confirmed. It's a stock transaction that will close in Q4 and will enable YouTube to operate...

  6. Daily SearchCast, August 17, 2006: Hot Search Blogs; GoogleTalk Gets New Features; Filing Time For Yahoo Click Fraud Settlement; Beaming Up Google Engineers & More!

    Mountain View, CA. Today's search podcast covers finding search news via top search blogs; Google launches free WiFi; GoogleTalk gets new features; Google Analytics opens to all; time to file in Yahoo's class action settlement on click fraud; Star