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In case you needed something fun and pointless to do on Casual Friday, the Googlifier Chrome extension puts googly eyes all over your favorite website's photos.
The recommendation isn't likely to please the European Union, which has argued that user takedown requests should be applied by Google globally.
If there is one thing in this world that is guaranteed to make things a lot less srs bsns, it's googly eyes.
Fanboy fist-fight! CNET Reviews editors Lindsey Turrentine and John Falcone join Rafe in a debate over the best, worst, and most important tech products of 2011.
In a visit to the Googleplex, Tina Fey tells Eric Schmidt that she uses an iPhone, an iPad and, um, computers. The Googlies offer a suitably disappointed reaction.
Google's ebook store has finally launched in Australia, with its own local store and partnerships online with Dymocks and iRiver.
Each business unit is now set up to run as its own independent start-up, as an alternative to the more horizontal division of labor under former CEO Eric Schmidt.
Google buys Motorola Mobility! Once we figure out that it's not actually a joke, we grabbed News.com senior writer Maggie Reardon to help break it all down for us. Upshot: patents, patents, and more patents, and a war with its hardware partners. And also, a sea change in the entire industry. So, no big deal. Also, Anonymous rides to war with San Francisco's subway system over free speech, and we're with Anonymous. And did Apple's amazing Photoshop skills kill Galaxy Tab sales in Europe? The plot thickens.
With so many people now using phones with sophisticated mobile Web browsers, Google has decided to stop supporting its first voice-to-text search service.
From voice control to podcasting, we judge some of the best of the BlackBerry apps ripe for the picking from the BlackBerry App World and beyond