With online features like Earth, Maps and Streetview we all know Google is Global, but it appears the company is running out of room and places to photograph outdoors. So now it's turning indoors with a new feature benefiting businesses.
A federal judge in New York City has rejected a deal between Google and lawyers for authors and publishers to let the gigantic search engine make money presiding over the world's largest digital library.
Google says it has tweaked the formulas steering its Internet search engine to take the rubbish out of its results. The overhaul is designed to lower the rankings of what Google deems "low-quality" sites. That could be a veiled reference to so-called online "content farms" such as Demand Media's eHow.com.