The wide world of Google

Company strikes a chord with Google Music, ponies up for computer science research and touts its enterprise search.

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roundup Google strikes a chord with a new feature to help people find bands, lyrics and CDs. Also: The search giant ponies up for computer science research and touts its enterprise search offerings.

Google whistles a new tune

New feature on search site designed to help people find lyrics, bands and CDs. One thing it's not: a music store.
December 15, 2005

Three tech giants to finance research

Decline in federal funding for computer science research at universities prompts Google, Microsoft and Sun to help.
December 15, 2005

Google ads on PBS

blog In what could be a departure in advertising strategy, the search king is running sponsored spots on public TV.
December 14, 2005

Enterprise search? You can find it at Google

At Interop show in New York, executive gets word out about Google search products geared for the enterprise.
December 14, 2005

Touting corporate search

video Dave Girouard, general manager of Google's enterprise group, talks about Google and the enterprise.
December 15, 2005

Home pages get even more personal

Google offers third-party developers tools to help people spice up their home pages.
December 14, 2005

previous coverage

Google takes the bus

Company debuts beta of transit trip planner, which tries to map out the most direct route for public-transportation users.
Images: Google hops the next bus
December 8, 2005

Can there be another Google?

While Wall Street clamors for a piece of the search king, start-ups are trying to fill in the technology niches.
December 6, 2005