Google has added multiple sign-in to Google Finance. This means users can now use more than one Google account in the same browser session to access Google Finance.
Rumor has it that the Nexus Two will be announced at a press conference on November 8th in New York. The announcement would come from Google and Samsung together, and the device would be he first to ship with the next version of Android – version 2.3 aka: Gingerbread. It would also be available on more than one carrier.
Orkut, Google’s social network that never caught on in America, looks set to cost the company some money in Brazil. Google’s lost a lawsuit brought against it by Formula One driver Rubens Barrichello.
The lawsuit revolved around several fake profiles set up in Barrichello’s name. They ridiculed him for being second driver (or more specifically, second fiddle) to Michael Schumacher, and Google wasn’t quick to take the profiles down, despite being notified.
The U.K. Internet economy contributed $159 billion (£100 billion) in 2009, representing 7.2 percent of U.K. GDP- more than construction, transport, or utilities, according to a new report by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Some lesser-known participants in the YouTube Partner Program are about to get a serious leg up when it comes to promoting their channels. Late yesterday, YouTube introduced a contest-like feature called "On the Rise" which will grant crowd favorites a spot on the homepage.
Google has been rolling out new features for Gmail in mobile Safari for the iPhone. They’ve sped up scrolling to reflect the speed of the swipe gesture, and the toolbars stay on the screen while the user is scrolling, as opposed to moving down into view after each scroll.
At least where one controversy and a single group of U.S. regulators is concerned, Google is off the hook. Today, the Federal Trade Commission weighed in on the company’s collection of sensitive data sent over WiFi networks, and the organization announced that it would drop its inquiry.