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Finance After earnings, revenue estimates may be revised up for Baidu, since its first-quarter guidance topped analyst forecasts. Nonetheless, Baidu is currently offering better value for sales growth than any of the above-mentioned companies except
Sponsored Links A network engineer has successfully listened in on calls made to the FBI and Secret Service, and it's all thanks to Google Maps. A writer for Valleywag says Bryan Seely set up fake listings on Google Maps for the Secret Service
The refreshed and ultra-polished Outlook.com is not only a revamped gift from the past, but is reportedly easier to maintain and neater like any other modern-day emailing service. Outlook, Microsoft's Hotmail successor, is full of intelligent
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Your Technology HomeA US federal Appeal court orders Google to remove Anti-Islamic video from YouTube within 24 hours. The video was uploaded on YouTube almost eighteen months ago.California, 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals
The two technology giants are far and away the most important players in this new tech paradigm, no matter how you slice it. For instance, Apple kick-started the modern smartphone movement when it famously introduced the iPhone on Jan. 9, 2007.
The European Commission investigation of Google should not become "The Song That Never Ends" of lamb chops origin, regardless of how badly Google's competitors may want that outcome. The verse started with Google proposing a settlement, then the
57 Washington: Google is reportedly fighting a court order asking it to remove all the copies of anti-Islamic film 'Innocence of Muslims' from its YouTube service. The search giant has filed an emergency motion that would allow it to keep the
Google, fighting claims that it illegally scanned private email messages, argues it shouldn't have to face a single lawsuit that lumps together hundreds of millions of Internet users. The world's largest search-engine company contends a nationwide
A cybersecurity company has uncovered a "mind boggling” cache of stolen credentials that was available for sale in the online black markets over the past three weeks. Around 360 million compromised login credentials and