The Google advertising has now declared its real purpose in the month of March, to move its Chinese language Internet Research Operation to Hong Kong. The action will take place with the hope of getting a bypass to all censorship laws for the companies that are generally being operated in mainland China. But the Chinese had a fight with their own government, as a result of which the government never intended to have a pleasing ending. Thus, on the late Monday night, Google has now announced that the China will not at all renew its entire Internet Content Provider License. A chief approval is already scheduled to expire on Wednesday unless and until Google stops the whole redirecting.
The case with regards to the Google Books being able to present copyrights online is still on its toll. The dispute has been going on for 6 years now and everyone hopes for its finalization within the 6th year.
In the world of web searches, search providers such as Yahoo and Google are the two most famous ones. With the capability of these search engines, it’s no wonder that they are also made the homepage of internet users be it at home or in the internet cafes all over the world. However, an emerging power tank seems to be getting some attention in the world of searching and that is the Facebook!
The Google Voice Prompt can now be used and accessed by US residents. With its capability of forwarding calls to your mobile phones, many people have been anticipating the said release. And now, that it is available for use, a problem seems to have sparked. The Google voice prompt seems to not be accessible to all users. It seems to be not compatible to iPhone 4 which makes it not effective for iPhone 4 users.