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Google reports that 3 percent of Google services users are now getting the next-generation Internet protocol IPv6. Looking ahead, the Internet Society predicts that by year's end 10 percent of all major Web-site traffic will be over IPv6.
Have you ever asked Siri for a traffic report? Don't bother if you're driving. Have you ever had Google Maps tell you to, "Return to route"? Frustrating isn't it? XOWi is the little gadget that can take the pain away.
With the NSA seemingly listening in to Google's datacenter traffic, Google, Yahoo, and other companies' need for datacenter-to-datacenter encryption has never been greater.
The open-source database picked by Google and Wikipedia will be able to step up the development of technology in a number of specific areas.
Google broke "an Internet record" and possibly forgot to tell anyone about it.
Google Maps 2.0 for iOS includes iPad support, live traffic and road incident reports (Update: offline map mode, too)
Google tonight released an update to Google Maps for iOS making it a universal app that now supports the iPad's native resolution. Finally.
Unlike the U.S. FTC, the head of the European antitrust authorities is hinting that the EU could come down like a ton of bricks on Google for "diverting traffic" from other services.
One Chinese Web monitoring organization warns that China, during the country's Party Congress 'elections,' may be blocking access to the company's products.
While Google is still the dominant search engine, the Yahoo-Bing alliance is reportedly "driving advertisers to invest more in the growing search engine."
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Fuhu Inc., the Los Angeles startup behind the $199 Nabi childrens' tablet with Google Nexus guts, is suing former partner Toys "R" Us, which plans to launch its own competing Tabeo tablet next month.
Facebook has released some new stats to promote its App Center, touting that more than 235 million people are using the social network for online gaming each month.
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, has stepped up to defend a British student who faces extradition to the U.S. over a link-site that operates "no differently to Google."
Pinterest is growing like no tomorrow, but which websites are gaining the most from the new social network? It turns out that Facebook is seeing the most traffic, followed closely by Google.
Mobile traffic saw a huge increase in Google searches during commercial breaks, likely with more viewers out and about at Super Bowl parties.
Yesterday's Stop Online Piracy Act protest by Wikipedia, Google and others demonstrated that the legislation could rock the very foundations of the web. It also made it very difficult for one ZDNet editor to do his job.
Service blackouts to support causes such as those conducted by Wikipedia and Google provide "shock effect" but such acts need right motivations and produce tangible results, observers note.
Wikipedia and Google have staged blackouts and protests against two proposed US laws that could let copyright owners block websites.As expected, Wikipedia began a blackout of its English language sites at 5:00am.
Here are a couple of ways you can access Wikipedia.
Google is trying to boost traffic to G+ by integrating user activity into its search results, a move that will attract legions of online marketers...
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