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Google made it up for Lebanon on independence day

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Lebanon did not officially celebrate its 71st independence anniversary this Saturday , but Google made it up for the Lebanese

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In a rare move , EU parlianment wants to split up Google

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The European parliament is poised to call for a break-up of Google, in one of the most brazen assaults so

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Google unveils Chromebook Pixel Touch-Screen Laptop

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Google Inc. GOOG on Thursday unveiled the first touch-screen laptops powered by its Chrome operating system—the latest foray into hardware

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Iran launches its own YouTube version web-site

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Iran has launched a video-sharing site in its latest effort to provide alternative government-sanctioned Internet services. Dubbed “Mehr,” the Farsi

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Syria: Internet, phone service back in Damascus

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Syrian state media says Internet and telephone service have been restored in Damascus following a two-day, nationwide communications blackout.

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Google promotes Speak2Tweet as Syria disappears from Internet

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Syria’s Internet and cell phone service has been blacked out since yesterday, giving citizens little to no access to reaching

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Google joins Lebanon in celebrating its independence

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For the third year in a row Google joined Lebanon in celebrating its 69th anniversary of Independence Day on Thursday,

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Google attacks UN’s internet treaty conference in Dubai

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Google has warned that a forthcoming UN-organised conference threatens the “free and open internet”. Government representatives are set to agree

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Google becomes No. 2 most valuable tech company

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In May 2010, Apple attained a ranking long thought unthinkable — the world’s most valuable technology company, a position it

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Iran set to block access to Google, Gmail

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Iran was set to block access to Google and Gmail in reaction to the anti-Islam film that has triggered protests

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