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ReMail brings full-text e-mail search to the iPhone

A new application for the iPhone indexes user e-mails and provides full-text search of their contents, a feat that the phone's built-in mail application fails to accomplish.

By August 13, 2009


Google snatches up Sparrow team to work on Gmail

Google has acquired Sparrow, a popular e-mail client for Apple's Mac and iOS. Its founders says the staff is joining the Gmail team.

By July 20, 2012


Google buys Remail, nears On2 deal

Mobile e-mail company Remail is joining forces with Google, which means the end of its iPhone application. And On2 shareholders approve Google's increased offer for their company.

By February 17, 2010


Patent cloud looms over Google Web video plan

Digital video patent holders have not made a direct legal threat to the royalty-free terms under which Google shares VP8--but there are some grounds for concern.

By June 1, 2010


WebM and Google's Web-video plan (FAQ)

The future of WebM, a free new Google technology for streaming video, is uncertain, but already it's changed the industry. Here's a look how.

By May 24, 2010


Google video effort to be dubbed WebM Project?

Company has registered the WebM Project site, and one video industry insider has heard it will house Google's Web video efforts.

By May 19, 2010


Google tries freeing Web video with WebM

The Web giant has released a royalty-free video technology to counter H.264. Allies include Mozilla, Opera, and its own YouTube.

By May 19, 2010


Google spends over $250 million on start-ups in quarter

Google spent $268 million on companies during the first quarter of the year, with another potential $750 million deal still pending.

By May 5, 2010


Microsoft takes H.264 stand in Web video debate

Internet Explorer 9 will support only the H.264 video technology. And Microsoft raises intellectual property concerns regarding the rival Ogg format.

By April 30, 2010


This week's Google acquisition: DocVerse

Google's torrid acquisition pace continues with the purchase of DocVerse, a start-up that helps make Microsoft Office documents more collaborative, for a reported $25 million.

By March 5, 2010