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Check out the latest list of queries that Google has received from governments around the world
The Internet giant is looking to leverage the high profile and sterling connections of its CEO to achieve similar power in the political sphere.
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Google will acquire ITA Software Inc.
Agencies launch redesigned governmentwide portal with Microsoft's Bing search engine. As a part of the launch, OMB and GSA make 18 mobile applications available from agencies across the government. Federal CIO Kundra says the government must improve how citizens access information and interact with agencies.
A Google engineer and noted bug-hunter has released details about a serious vulnerability in Windows XP. The flaw could leave a hole open for remote attack. Tavis Ormandy found the flaw in the Windows Help and Support Center, a Web-based feature for end-user technical support. The news comes just a month before the official retirement of Windows XP by Microsoft, meaning the company will issue no further security patches.
New service could change the way the federal government does business.
Google is developing technology that could position it to compete with a new breed of digital media companies.
Grid Reliability clears the House, Botnet taken down by owner
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has turned to Google to store 10 terabytes of bulk data. David Kappos, Undersecretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property, explains.