A new page off user’s Google Account settings lets them review all the data the company has stored regarding that account, and make changes or delete data.
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Onlookers say that Google is in charge of Android development, despite pitching the software as a community project. But experts say that could be the only way Google can ensure that the software is actually released.
In a big concession to users’ privacy rights, Google launched what it calls Google Dashboard – a tool which gives Google account holders a single view of all of the data associated with their Google accounts.
Google is offering a new privacy control that will make it easier for people to see some of the information being collected about them.
The latest beta version of Google’s Chrome Web browser is making it easier for you to keep track of all your favorite Web sites across multiple computers.
Yahoo said it won a mobile search contract with O2 Germany, displacing Google.
Yahoo said it has replaced Google as the search provider on O2 Germany’s mobile portal, continuing the battle among search providers for placement on mobile phones.
Google’s voice search tool now understands Chinese. The Internet giant announced on Monday that users of Nokia S60 series mobile phones could now search the Internet using voice commands in Mandarin Chinese.
More than 15 million Germans should now have a little additional Yahoo in their lives. Yahoo’s signed a mobile search deal with O2 Germany, and the American company’s search engine and a number of other services are getting promoted as a result. A press release made into semi-English by Google Translate stated, “Besides mobile search by O2 customers get through links from the O2 portals direct …
Google is making fast partnerships to enhance search results for music-related terms while Microsoft and Yahoo have missed a key deadline for their search advertising deal.