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Google goes premium in software gambit

Search giant eyes business buyers with updated Apps suite. Also: a move toward antipiracy tools, a Desktop flaw fix.

Search giant eyes business buyers with new version of Google Apps suite. Also: a move toward antipiracy tools and a fix for a Desktop flaw.

Subscription version of Gmail, Google Talk and other services--at $50 a year per user--includes Docs & Spreadsheets.
February 22, 2007

While Google Apps Premier Edition isn't yet on par with the dominant productivity suite, the Google mystique and the $50 price count for a lot.
February 22, 2007

Google plugs security holes in popular desktop search software that could open up data on a PC to intruders.
February 21, 2007

Search giant will soon offer antipiracy technologies to help all copyright holders thwart unauthorized video sharing, its CEO says.
February 21, 2007

blog Transportation map mashups have been around awhile, but this is the first time Google has incorporated such data into its standard map search.
February 20, 2007

blog Search site is asking some people to verify that they aren't robots by filling out a Captcha.
February 20, 2007

previous coverage

Larry Page describes his areas of interest in science and technology during an hour-long talk, a rare engagement for the nerdy billionaire.

February 17, 2007

With its Audio Ads effort, the search giant is thinking globally, but needs to do better at acting locally.
February 16, 2007