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The wide, wide world of Google

With GreenBorder, the search giant gets deeper into Net security. Plus: Google Earth close-ups and DoubleClick scrutiny.

With GreenBorder, the search giant gets deeper into Net security. Plus: DoubleClick scrutiny and a 'Jeopardy' role.

Google is in the online ad-service business. Why does it lavish attention on software developers and open-source projects?
Kicking offline Web apps into gear
May 31, 2007

Search giant launches Google Gears, open-source software that brings offline access and local storage to the Web browser.
May 31, 2007

New street-level view in Google Maps shows panoramas and offers zoom-in feature to read signs.

May 29, 2007

With GreenBorder, Google gets deeper into Net security

blog Buying the virtual browser company just one of many steps Google is taking toward providing online security.
May 29, 2007

reporter's notebook From China, CNET reporter Michael Kanellos searches the Internet for "Tiananmen," and sees just how editors can alter history in the Digital Age.
May 29, 2007

The FTC opens an antitrust investigation into Google's planned $3.1 billion purchase of DoubleClick.
The New York Times
May 28, 2007

Game show invites viewers to take Jeopardy Google Daily Challenge, potentially winning daily $100 prize or $25,000 grand prize.
May 29, 2007

Pizza parties, treasure hunts and programming contests are meant to create excitement around a company and impress potential recruits as young as college freshmen.
The New York Times
May 27, 2007

The search juggernaut pushes forward

blog Google's share of the search market gets bigger and bigger, and month over month, "Yahoo took the largest hit," an analyst said.
May 25, 2007

Google: Personal assistant, or global overlord?

blogma The latest incident to spark a backlash is an interview with CEO Eric Schmidt, who discusses Google's ambitions to "organize your life."
May 24, 2007

Search giant one of several investors in 23andMe, which was started by the wife of Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
May 22, 2007