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Google reaches out to developers

With a pair of new services, the search giant extends a helping hand to the people who write software code.

With a pair of new services, the search giant extends a helping hand to the people who write software code.

Google crawls into source code search

Search giant gives software developers a tool that lets them search billions of lines of source code.
October 5, 2006

Wooing developers with Universal Gadgets

Google is now allowing Web developers to use its mini applications on their own sites.
October 4, 2006

blog A forum post purports to have uncovered evidence of a Google-Apple technology linkup hidden within iPhoto coding.
October 4, 2006

Google ducks a legal bullet

perspective A look at why a judge sided with Google on the question of potential trademark infringement.
October 4, 2006

Taking Burning Man to the Net's masses

With the help of Google Earth, Burning Man envisions offering fully 3D, immersive versions of each year's event.
Photos: Burning Man in 3D
October 4, 2006

Reading, writing and Google

The Literacy Project, launched with United Nations, to cull teaching tools like, perhaps, Hooked on Phonics.
October 4, 2006

blog Google has created SearchMash, a search site without any Google branding, to test new features.
October 3, 2006

Eric Schmidt meets the Tories

Google's CEO brought some Internet glamour to the Conservative party with a keynote address at the party's annual conference.
October 3, 2006

Following a year of speculation, Google finally opened its new office at 111 Eighth Ave.
October 2, 2006

Google takes a bigger bite of Big Apple

Headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., the search giant is hoping to make it big in New York City.
October 2, 2006