Google ordered to remove Mosley’s orgy images, to appeal the ruling

Google has been ordered by a French court to remove from its search results all the links to the images of former F1 chief Max Mosley at an orgy citing breach of privacy.

Google updates Maps app to make travel friendlier

Google has updated its Maps app specifically for summer travels by including features like live incident reports, and identifying places to eat and visit.

China shuts down Internet search engine

China has shut down a local Internet search engine blacklisted by the US for its notoriety to carry pirate content.

Google celebrates India through its Doodles!

As Google turns 14 with an animated doodle to celebrate the day, India have had its fair share of Doodles from the world’s best known search engine to mark special local occasions.

Google to shut China music service

Google Inc said today it will close a music download service in China.

India ranks no 2 in Google search queries for education

India was ranked 8 in 2008, and is now behind only to the US, reveals a study titled `Students on the web` compiled by Google India.

Google may pay $22.5 mn for bypassing privacy settings: Report

Google is closing on a deal to pay USD 22.5 million as settlement charges related to its bypassing of the privacy settings of millions of Apple users.

`255 instances of India asking for online content censorship`

Internet giant Google has said it has logged 255 instances of India asking for online content censorship, marking a sharp rise of 49 per cent in the second half of last year.

Google launches storage service for personal files

Google is hoping to build the world`s largest digital filing cabinet in the latest attempt to deepen people`s dependence on its services.

Japan court orders Google to halt auto-complete function

A Japanese court has ordered search giant Google to suspend its auto-complete function because it breaches one man`s privacy, his lawyer said.

Google customers sue firm over new ‘deceptive’ privacy rules

Three Google users have reportedly sued the search giant claiming they were deceived by its new privacy rules.

French regulator warns of Google privacy policy

Google`s new privacy policy appears to violate the European Union`s data protection rules, France`s regulator said Tuesday.

Google to launch glasses that stream info directly to eyes

The glasses, to be launched by the end of the year, will be more like smartphones with the lenses serving as a kind of see-through computer monitor.

Google`s 4Q lobbying bill triples to $3.76 million

Google`s US lobbying bill more than tripled to $3.76 million in the fourth quarter.

Google Docs, the perfect bridesmaid

For do-most-of-it-yourself brides, wedding planning means lists, lists and more lists, with some spreadsheets thrown in for good measure. There are also the long, endlessly pored-over documents of vows, readings, even toasts.

Microsoft adds local bargains to Bing results

Microsoft added local bargains to results served up with mobile and desktop versions of its Bing Internet search engine in US.