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Android is coming to your telly, connecting your television to your phone with apps and more
Google offers to add others' imagery to Google Earth, but generally won't pay for it. There are reasons why some might want to share, though.
This story incorrectly stated Google's position in a 2005 National Institute of Science and Technology evaluation of machine translation technology. Google had the top-ranked technology.
The search giant appears ready to launch a service to help people get documents translated. Might the service also help train Google's machine translation technology?
Matt Cutts of Google talks about the importance of Adobe's Search Engine SDK for making your Flash content more spider friendly