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Google maps to show building interiors

Katie Hinderer | 20 May 2011
Google has plans to release Business Photos for Google Maps, which will allow the person to see interiors of the buildings they are entering.

Google says no to China, censorship

Katie Hinderer | 24 March 2010
Google is no longer a verb in China, or at least as of this week it can’t be. The world’s leading search engine has pulled out of the world’s largest country. The problem: Censorship.
 
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