Google's Street View is "openly violating privacy rights," according to the head of an anti-surveillance state group in Japan. Google says it respects privacy.
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As FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski prepares to exit, the commission issues its annual mobile competition report.
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As in open source, the opportunity of the mobile web lies in adoption, not throttling adoption through caps. Any money lost in this giveaway should be made up in other services that Vodafone offers around the data. Now Vodafone just needs to figure out
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"Season 2" of the Mplayer is released in Japan.
Fry's is offering the 3-user anti-spyware edition of Norton AntiVirus 2008 for $0 after a $50 mail-in rebate.
Google has been hedging its open-source Android bets with stringent control over the hardware, a strategy that may well simultaneously bless its mobile strategy and kill it, too.
As the Web search giant grows, it's accumulating a growing legion of enemies, from governments to rivals to onetime friends.