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Links 1 through 10 of 66 by Mark Dixon tagged google

HOW much does a web search cost? You don't pay up front, but there are costs nevertheless, and they are not just measured in dollars.

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"Apple filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against HTC this week in an indirect attack against Google’s Android platform.

"That got us to wondering: If Apple wins this lawsuit, just what would a Google phone, such as the HTC-built Nexus One, look like?"

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"Just minutes ago, Google officially christened the Nexus One with a list of the phone's features. The Nexus One is the company's first foray into the Android hardware market, and Google is hailing its handset — which it built with HTC — as the "next evolution of Android," and is categorizing it as a "superphone.""

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Google is making things interesting they recently leaked that they were going to bring out the Nexus One an unlocked cell phone that was specified by Google but built by HTC.

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"With all the attention Google's plan to launch its own phone is receiving, a sensible question remains: Why, when it makes billions off the high-margin business of search and online advertising, would it get its hands dirty launching a mobile handset?"

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Google's Eric Schmidt "reportedly told CNBC Anchor Maria Bartiromo, on the cable network’s recent special “Inside the Mind of Google,” that people who have something to hide shouldn’t be doing things online that might potentially expose them if law enforcement seeks access to their search histories."

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"No Leaf Clover: Newspapers Keep Pointing to Google as the Source of Their Problems; They Should Be So Lucky."

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"Knowing who you are is fundamental to a happy life. Knowing who you appear to be when people look for you on the web can be revealing. Not knowing when inaccurate information about you shows up on the web where anyone (including employers, prospective employers, prospective mates, …) can be a disaster in the making."

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