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The NSA hacks other countries by buying millions of dollars’ worth of computer vulnerabilities - 1er septembre 2013
Like any government agency, the NSA hires outside companies to help it do the work it’s supposed to do. But an analysis of the intelligence community’s black budget reveals that unlike most of its peers, the agency’s top hackers are also funneling money to firms of dubious origin in exchange for computer malware (...)

U.S. spy agencies mounted 231 offensive cyber-operations in 2011, documents show - 1er septembre 2013
U.S. intelligence services carried out 231 offensive cyber-operations in 2011, the leading edge of a clandestine campaign that embraces the Internet as a theater of spying, sabotage and war, according to top-secret documents obtained by The Washington Post. That disclosure, in a classified intelligence budget (...)

Le moteur DuckDuckGo accuse Google d’entrave à la concurrence - 23 novembre 2012
Le moteur de recherche DuckDuckGo estime que la façon dont Google impose son moteur de recherche à travers Chrome et Android crée une situation de distorsion de concurrence, susceptible de faire condamner Google dans le cadre de l’enquête antitrust ouverte aux Etats-Unis. Dans notre comparatif des alternatives à (...)

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Nouvelle arnaque destinée aux utilisateurs de Googe Chrome - 21 novembre 2012
Une application Google Chrome pirate recueille des identifiants et crée des blogs aux noms de ses victimes afin de se diffuser encore plus vite. Décelée par Bitdefender, l’application Google Chrome qui promet de modifier la couleur des comptes Facebook récupère en fait des cookies d’authentification et génère des (...)

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A New Google Venture, and Another Web Boundary Line Is Nudged - 2 décembre 2011
In another foray into commerce, Google is working on a delivery service that would let people order items from local stores on the Web and receive them at their homes or offices within a day. The service is in an early testing phase, and it was described by three people briefed on the project who were not (...)

Scrutinizing Google’s Reign - 19 septembre 2011
Google’s slogan may be don’t be evil, but a growing chorus of antitrust regulators in the United States and Europe want to know if the company has lived up to that creed. This week, those concerns — especially whether Google gives its own businesses preferred placement in search results, thwarting competition and (...)

Google users targeted by forged security certificate - 30 août 2011
Security researchers have discovered a forged internet security certificate designed to allow hackers to spy on Google users’ private emails and other communications. The forgery was first reported by an Iranian web user, which has raised fears it may be part of efforts by the government in Tehran to monitor (...)

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Google Results Show Growing Strength - 16 juillet 2011
In Internet time, Google, founded in 1998, is ancient. But on Thursday, its financial report suggested that it could successfully become more than a search engine and compete in a modern Internet world dominated by sharing real-time information with friends and on mobile phones. Although Google, as usual, did not (...)

What if patent fees for Android cost as much as licensing Windows Phone ? - 10 juillet 2011
Microsoft will be happy, because either way it will win the fight for the smartphone market - because Google isn’t taking anything away in the corporate server market Microsoft is reportedly demanding $15 per Android handset sold by Samsung - and has other Android handset makers in its sights as it tries to (...)

Why is Chrome so important to Google ? It’s a ’locked-in user’ - 23 avril 2011
Google’s Chrome browser historically has looked like just another side project for the company. Sure Chrome is a speedy browser. Sure Google has garnered impressive market share in a short time. And yes Google gets to push browser development a bit. But the real importance of Chrome—and why Google is marketing the (...)

Google part en guerre contre les sites "de mauvaise qualité" - 28 février 2011
Le groupe Google a annoncé, jeudi 24 février, une mise a jour de son algorithme de classement de son moteur de recherche. L’objectif est de rétrograder les sites de "mauvaise qualité", en déclassant les sites "à la demande" également baptisés "fermes de contenus" . "Nous avons lancé une amélioration assez importante de (...)

Google Tweaks Algorithm to Push Down Low-Quality Sites - 26 février 2011
Google said late Thursday that it had made a major change to its algorithm in an effort to improve the rankings of high-quality Web sites in its search results — and to reduce the visibility of low-quality sites. While the company did not say so explicitly, the change appears to be directed in part at so-called (...)

Google demotes ’low-quality’ websites in search overhaul - 26 février 2011
Change will affect about 12% of Google search queries in US in move designed to tackle so-called ’content farms’ Google is making a "pretty big" change that will demote "low-quality" or "shallow" websites from online search engine results, in a move designed to tackle so-called "content farms". The change, which (...)

Google to eject H.264 video from Chrome browser - 13 janvier 2011
Finding a more open, mobile-friendly replacement for Flash video on the Web was never going to be easy. But it’s looking even more difficult after Google’s surprise announcement yesterday that it will yank support for the most widely used Flash replacement from its Chrome browser. The Mountain View, Calif., company (...)

Life in the cloud : The risks and benefits - 7 décembre 2010
Shifting traditional IT services to the cloud could save European businesses billions of pounds over the next five years, according to a study – but beware the potential pitfalls. ‘Cloud computing’ sounds like a complicated idea, but if you use Flickr to store your photos, or Hotmail to keep in touch with friends (...)

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The Address Book Wars Continue : Facebook Contact-Scraping Chrome Extension Taken Down - 26 novembre 2010
This is just getting silly. Yesterday, we reported on a new Chrome extension created by a developer that allowed you to scrape your Facebook contact information. Called “Facebook Doesn’t Own My Friends,” the extension provided a workaround to import your friends contact information on Facebook into Gmail and CSV (...)

Google court sur le système - 4 juin 2010
Le moment où Sundar Pichai monte sur scène est souvent intéressant. On a vu récemment le vice-président des « produits » chez Google annoncer l’ouverture du format vidéo VP8, une décision très attendue et vivement applaudie par les défenseurs des licences libres comme la Free Software Foundation ou Mozilla, qui développe le (...)

Microsoft attaque la gestion de la vie privée de Chrome - 2 avril 2010
Sécurité - Quand les parts d’Internet Explorer s’effondrent, celles de Chrome grimpent. De quoi agacer Microsoft qui nous met en garde contre le navigateur de Google. A raison ? Il y a de nouveau de l’eau dans la gaz entre Microsoft et Google. Dans une vidéo, Pete LePage, chef de produit pour Internet Explorer, s’en (...)

Google vs Apple : c’est la guerre ouverte ! - 6 février 2010
Encore très proches il y a seulement quelques années voire quelques mois, Apple et Google sont désormais engagés dans une guerre sans merci. Plus rien ne semble pouvoir réconcilier deux entreprises dont les partenariats ne tiennent plus qu’à un fil. Rien ne va plus entre Google et Apple. L’an dernier l’administration (...)

Google à la conquête du marché du téléphone mobile - 4 janvier 2010
Le leader mondial des moteurs de recherche doit préparer la fin de l’exclusivité de sa licence PageRank Le leader mondial des moteurs de recherche sur Internet, Google, tiendra mardi 5 janvier une conférence de presse à son siège de Mountain View (Californie), au cœur de la Silicon Valley. Des fuites laissent à penser (...)