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Google has taken action against two Chrome browser extensions that it found to be serving ads in a way that goes against Google's terms of service. The move was in response to user complaints, though it caused a great deal of discussion over the weekend.
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German auto maker Audi AG plans to announce a partnership with tech giant Google at next week’s International CES – formerly the Consumer Electronics Show.
The Firm is currently representing women in Mirena lawsuits who have suffered uterine perforations and other complications, allegedly due to spontaneous migration of the IUD. New
New York construction accident lawyer David Perecman discusses workplace safety after a worker is fatally injured when a retaining wall collapsed during the construction of a replica of the New
“Financial Media should leave finance to the professionals.
Comcast is reportedly considering jumping into the potential bidding war for Time Warner Cable (TWC), the second-largest cable service provider in the US.
“They should leave finance to the professionals.
The improving quality of cameras and editing software available on smartphones could lead have a significant negative impact on high-end digital camera sales, research firm IDC reported late last week.