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Google near to Leave China on April 10

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Google’s decision to cease its operation in China is edging closer to reality after months of negotiations. China Business News reports that Google plans to leave China on April 10, 2010.

The report quotes an unidentified Google China employee, but this information has not been confirmed by Google. Allegedly, Google gave its China employees the option of moving to the company’s U.S. headquarters or working for its Asia-Pacific operations.

If this is true, it once again raises the question of what, exactly, is Google pulling out from China: its entire operations or just the search engine, which it has declined to censor? The latter now seems more likely.

In any case, if Google does pull out, it may be a long, long time before it returns. Peter Lui, who was formerly Google’s financial controller for the Asia Pacific region, said that Google’s public announcement to leave had “burnt bridges… There is no way Google can ever come back.”

Do you think , Google will quit from china due to censor issues of search engine?

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Google coming with Call to Gmail from your cellphone

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Google Calls

Google is coming up with some amazing and needy upgrade that we will be able to call anyone from our Gmail. Gmail and Google voice together soon to launch phone call integration within Google chat and Gmail.

Our resources have told Google is testing now days , and the test is going at its best. So soon you will find this fusion of GTALK!


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Google phases out Microsoft Windows use

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Web search group Google Inc, is phasing out internal use of rival Microsoft Corp’s Windows operating system, because of security concerns following a Chinese hacking incident, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday.  

Citing several Google employees, the report claims the decision to move to other operating systems, including Apple Inc’s Mac OS and open-source Linux, began in earnest in January, after Google’s Chinese operations were hacked.

Internet security firm McAfee Inc said at the time, the cyber attacks on Google and other businesses had exploited a previously unknown flaw in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser, which was vulnerable on all recent versions of Windows.

 The FT quoted one Google employee as saying: “We’re not doing any more Windows. It is a security effort.” Another said: “Getting a new Windows machine now requires CIO (chief information officer) approval.”

Google said in a statement: “We’re always working to improve the efficiency of our business, but we do not comment on specific operational matters.”

Google, which already offers e-mail, Web and other software products that compete with Microsoft’s offerings, is developing its own operating system based on its Chrome browser. It will initially target netbooks, or inexpensive, pared-down notebook PCs.

Microsoft Windows runs about nine out of 10 of the world’s personal computers.

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Google with new trends : Pac-Man game

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Pack-Man game in Google

Google surprised everyone this Saturday , having a Pac-Man game , inside Google embedded, This might be surprising that google this time introduces game on search engine page. However, this year google is more frequent in doing such things.

As, google use to change logo with some event , or some special day. What you think will this be more entertaining to have such a google.

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