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Google on the move

roundup Search giant isn't resting on its laurels. New hiring points to browser interest. Another area of growth: TV search. Images: Video thrilled the search engine star

The search giant isn't resting on its laurels. As competition heats up, a new hiring points to Google's interest in browsers, while a TV search prototype marks another area for growth.

Top Firefox programmer heads to Google

update Company hires lead programmer of Firefox browser, the newest step in the search giant's encroachment on Microsoft's turf.
January 25, 2005

Professor's Web posting at center of libel suit

Former student's paper, now taken off Oakland University's site, said a Michigan company "committed crimes," appeals court says.
January 25, 2005

Google rolls out TV search prototype

The Web heavyweight has been quietly developing Google Video, an engine that lets people search the text of TV shows.
Images: Video thrilled the search engine star
January 24, 2005

Study: Net users confused about search

Millions of Internet users are hooked on search--but they know little about how a search engine works or how results are presented.
January 24, 2005

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Trademark dispute goes against Google

A French court orders the search giant to stop using a resort chain's trademarks to trigger keyword ads.
January 20, 2005

Google, Cisco fail to win patent reform bid

They couldn't persuade the Supreme Court to hear a case they say is key to preserving a "balanced" patent system.
January 19, 2005

Aiming to outsmart search tricksters

Google wants to thwart people who use blogs and forums to manipulate rankings in search results.
January 18, 2005

Google wants 'dark fiber'

Is the company planning to build a global fiber-optic network from scratch? If so, why?
January 17, 2005

Yahoo, Microsoft gaining ground on Google

Consumer survey of search engines keeps Google in the No. 1 slot, but two big competitors are closing the gap.
January 13, 2005