Once again, Google is facing another lawsuit because of the Auto-complete feature.
Many French anti-discrimination agencies filed a lawsuit against the popular search engine for apparently proclaiming unpermitted and systematic associations involving celebrities along with their “Jewishness” by Google’s auto-complete feature, as reported by The Hollywood Reporter.
SOS Racisme, a French anti-racist NGO, as well as several anti-racism organizations are scheduled for a hearing on Wednesday for a lawsuit which claims that Google is “overseeing the creation of what is probably the biggest Jewish file in history” with auto-complete suggestion feature that connect well-known individuals, for instance Rupert . . . → Read More: Google Once Again Sued for Auto-complete Feature
Google had recently recommended purchasing Motorola Mobility at the cost of $12.5 billion, at the price of $40 each share. As stocks of Motorola closed at $24.47 when the agreement was made public, the costs have increased since then and have traded over $38 most of the time. While most of the 63% premium agreed upon by Google a little too steep, John W. Keating, a Motorola Mobility shareholder, does not seem to repeat the same sentiment. He feels that the Mountain View based firm is purchasing Motorola Mobility for “pennies on the dollar.”
John W. . . . → Read More: Motorola Shareholder Files Case against Google
Google+ is powerful enough to guzzle Twitter and beat Facebook to pulp, according to Tom Anderson, MySpace founder.
Anderson wrote in a Google+ thread, “Google+ really seems to be primed to make good on that original premise — that everything gets better when it’s social. And unlike [Facebook], Twitter, or anyone else, Google already has the most advanced set of products. And if I can clearly see where this is headed, then I think what we are getting is a much better Google.”
Google will be the right company to completely recognize his dream after . . . → Read More: MySpace Founder Says Google+ Will Beat Facebook