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Google box gets small

Company shrinks search appliance to tempt budget-minded buyers. Also: Consumers warm up to Google rivals.

Company shrinks search appliance to tempt budget-minded buyers. Also: Consumers warm up to Google rivals.

Google unveils budget search appliance

Can the Google Mini, a low-price box for corporate intranet search, help the Web giant broaden its horizons?
Photos: The Google Mini
January 13, 2004

Yahoo, Microsoft gaining ground

Consumer survey of search engines keeps Google in the No. 1 slot, but two big competitors are closing the gap.
January 13, 2004

No penalty for stock options, Playboy chat

Google settles charges, confirms SEC won't pursue action after magazine bares details in pre-IPO interview.
January 13, 2004

Google begins recruiting in India

Search giant is looking to hire engineers and other workers at facilities in Bangalore and Hyderabad.
January 13, 2004

Advertisers on Google are told to keep it proper

Does anyone really care about style and grammar anymore? Google does.
The New York Times
January 13, 2004

Gmail glitch yields access to messages

Funky formatting gets Google's e-mail service to cough up prior messages. But the fix is in, a company source says.
January 12, 2004

previous coverage

Google riches outed on the Web

Rarely invoked SEC rule reveals stock option haves and have-nots among rank and file, dividing clubby campus.
Photos: A Google of ways to work
January 10, 2004