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From Wi-Fi to maps, Google has a plan

The tech giant dabbles here and expands there in its quest for technological supremacy.

The tech giant dabbles here and expands there in its quest for technological supremacy.

Google: No plans for national Wi-Fi service

Even as it rolls out a local wireless Internet services, Google says it will not be a national provider of such services.
The New York Times
August 15, 2006

images Google Maps is now offering printable coupons in a move designed to appeal to peoples' appetites for a bargain.
August 16, 2006

Google wants people to stop googling

Company plans to crack down on the use of "google" as a generic verb for searching the Internet, saying it needs to protect its brand.
August 16, 2006

blog Some bloggers resent being told not to use 'Google' as a verb.
August 16, 2006

One year on, an upgrade for Google Talk

Upgrade to Google's chat program lets people transfer files and leave voice mail.
August 15, 2006

blog According to Google's blog, the search giant has bought Neven Vision, a small Santa Monica-based company that specializes in object and facial recognition technology.
August 15, 2006

Update aims for a friendlier Blogger

Beta includes new features such as tagging, friends-only posts, and templates designed to be easier to use.
August 15, 2006

blog Andrew Morton, a key deputy to Linux leader Linus Torvalds, has taken a job at search engine powerhouse Google, a major user of Linux and other open-source software.
August 14, 2006