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Google's general counsel argues in a blog post that the company's settlement offer in the antitrust case addresses the EU's concerns, despite the concerns of rivals.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The maker of the freely available open-source Firefox browser continues to benefit from its Google partnership.
Can't get to Mount Rushmore to see it up close? Now Google's Street View images can bring it to you, as well as many other lovely national parks in the U.S. and Canada.
In a quirk of coincidence, a satellite image used in a Google Street View photo was captured just as police were investigating the boy's murder scene.
All five known, handwritten versions of the Gettysburg Address have been posted online for viewers to share in their brevity and power on today's anniversary.
Google Chairman Eric Schmidt details the company's latest initiatives to fight online images of child abuse. The move comes in the wake of arrests in Canada.
The Authors Guild filed suit in 2005, alleging that Google shouldn't be able to scan books for search without paying authors for the content. A judge disagreed.
Chrome 31 includes some 25 bug fixes to the world's most popular Web browser.
Google launched a Typhoon Yolanda Crisis Page online to help victims, families and friends reconnect after the massive disaster.