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Remember Kai-Fu Lee? He's still dishing on Microsoft

The founder of Microsoft's Chinese research group, who Microsoft sued in a failed attempt to prevent from joining Google, has just published an English translation of his Chinese book, "Making A World Of Difference."

By October 25, 2011


Google's top five standoffs--from Apple to Yahoo

As the Web search giant grows, it's accumulating a growing legion of enemies, from governments to rivals to onetime friends.

By May 27, 2011


Chinese official: Google's search fix is law-abiding

A Chinese official says Google is complying with Chinese law, and what Google chooses to do in Hong Kong is its own affair.

By July 20, 2010


China confirms it OK'd Google license renewal

Beijing says that Google's China Web site operator pledges to ensure that it exposes Chinese Web surfers to "no law-breaking content."

By July 12, 2010


Google fine-tunes its China weather vane

Securing the renewal of its Internet license in China shows Google is getting better at reading the Chinese government's wishes.

By July 9, 2010


China renews Google's Web site license

Following months of tense relations, Beijing gives its approval for the U.S. company to continue operating a Web site in China.

By July 9, 2010


Google forced to change China approach--again

If Google wants to stay afloat in China it will have to stop automatically redirecting searchers to Hong Kong, and it's not clear that Plan C will work.

By June 28, 2010


Google Suggest searches blocked in China

Internet users inside China are unable to use Google's suggested searches feature after Chinese Internet regulators imposed a block on that feature Wednesday.

By June 30, 2010


China's Foursquare block tied to Tiananmen Square

The mobile geolocation service isn't sure whether block is permanent, or temporary because people were using it to mark the 21st anniversary of the massacre.

By June 4, 2010


Report: Google password system attacked

A cyberattack in December yielded access to a program that controls millions of users' access to the company's services, according to a New York Times report.

By April 19, 2010