In YouTube - Viacom legal battle, a federal judge will release confidential documents that will expose secrets and confidential information.
Google's struggles with censorship in China carry lessons for others who would do business there, and for proponents of an open Internet.
The Internet was buzzing today that the Chinese government has dropped censorship of Google search items such as 'Tiananmen Square massacre' and 'Dalai Lama.'
The FCC gets the national broadband plan largely right, pushing private-sector competition while helping hard-to-reach populations.
This week, Tim Bray was appointed 'developer advocate' for Google's Android operating system. Bray wasted no time teeing off on the Apple iPhone.
For the week ending March 16, Facebook pulled in more traffic in America than Google. But could Facebook ever really knock Google off its perch?
In Chinese cities with a real estate boom, workers' wages are high, but so are their mortgage payments.
Sad because Twitter has been just too restrictive? Now Twitter let's you broadcast your location too.
Not every country has been so accommodating, but Italy seems happy to allow Google to digitize rare books.