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Gains and gripes with Google

Open-source leader leaves Novell for Google, wireless hacker is done in by his searches, and developers are put off by an API change.

Technology from the search giant can work for you or against you. It all depends on what you're up to online, and who's watching.

Samba co-founder Jeremy Allison says he objects to Novell's patent pact with Microsoft, heads to search giant.
December 21, 2006

In this week's installment, a wireless provider's disgruntled ex-employee finds his Google searches used against him.
December 20, 2006

blog People who relied on the Google Search SOAP API for their applications voice their frustration.
December 20, 2006

Company's aggressive promotion of its Checkout payment service has helped speed adoption by online merchants.
The New York Times
December 20, 2006

First priority is improving the availability of NASA data on the Internet.
December 18, 2006

Tech giant kicked off 2006 by challenging a federal subpoena for search records--but also complying with Chinese authorities.
December 18, 2006

Google, bedeviled by cultural and language issues, trails local Net companies in executing searches and collecting rubles.
The New York Times
December 18, 2006

Company claims its site--though still limited--offers a better search format than the U.S. government's site.
December 14, 2006