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After Best Buy sued Rescuecom for using the same advertising tactics Rescuecom decried in its suit against Google, the PC support company makes peace with Google.
Google has prevailed in another lawsuit over its policy of allowing advertisers that don't own certain trademarks to purchase AdWords ads generated by those trademarks.
Another lawsuit is pending over advertisers that bid on keywords involving trademarks they don't own, while also alleging Google has unfairly manipulated search results.
Firepond is reviving the legal tussle over whether Google should be allowed to sell ad keywords that are trademarks of a company to its competitors.
Search giant says it has modified its policy on trademarks appearing in keyword ads, allowing brand names to show up in AdWords copy.
Policy reversal on trademarks in ad text could anger companies already sensitive about use of trademarks as search keywords, but could also allow retailers to make better ads.
Buying trademarked search keywords may not be illegal, but using the term in ad text generated by search may be, judge says.
As time change nears, some companies are still struggling to patch their computer systems.
Microsoft's release of the consumer version of its new operating system raises the ultimate question: Was it worth the wait?
New Microsoft operating system is a leap forward in security, but few people familiar with it say the advances justify an upgrade.