At Google, new tools and new hires

It's never a dull day at the young company, as it furthers its ambitions in search and other endeavors.

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It's never a dull day at Google, as the young company furthers its ambitions in search and other endeavors.

Vint Cerf muses about new role, broadband

The Net pioneer doesn't expect to be writing software at Google, but he envisions better mapping tools--and even voice-enabled search.
September 14, 2005

Google launches blog search

New tool searches the text of posts sent out via RSS and Atom, including those in languages such as French, Korean and others.
September 14, 2005

Gates on Google: What, me worry?

newsmaker Growing clout of Web-based development is much in evidence. But is Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates concerned? Nah.
September 13, 2005

Microsoft seeks settlement in Google lawsuit

After a judge limits Kai-Fu Lee's duties, Redmond offers to end the case involving its former executive.
September 13, 2005

Google blogs in Mandarin about Microsoft suit

blog The search giant may not be doing much to convince the American public of its innocence, but it's appealing to the Chinese.
September 13, 2005

Lawsuit looming over use of 'Gmail'?

After lengthy negotiations fall flat, a British company says it may sue over usage of the e-mail program's name.
September 13, 2005

Google creates tools for hurricane relief

Search tools are designed to locate information and people, following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
September 13, 2005