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The incident happened in Indonesia with Google reporting that they are "working closely with local authorities"

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Public can now virtually explore the islands for the first time after launch to mark anniversary of Darwin’s visit 178 years ago

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Camden Council set to approve plans for the search engine’s new base in King’s Cross

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Google launches Android KitKat with Nestlé collaboration and spoof Apple ad

Launch of the latest version of Google's mobile OS has been light on technical details, heavy on the jokes

Google was initially based in a garage but now has more than 70 offices in more than 40 global locations

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Windows Phone's market share finally on the rise as Android's lead lessens

European markets backing Microsoft's mobile OS most strongly, but Android remains the dominant global force.

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Love triangle? Just Google it. Silicon Valley’s golden couple Sergey Brin and Anne Wojcicki announce separation

Then there’s the awkward matter of the $10m the search giant put into 23andMe

Google’s ‘20 per cent time off’ policy falls victim to work

Staff can only pursue their own ideas on top of their punishing formal schedules

HTC building mobile OS for Chinese market as US slips in importance

New mobile operating system would be met favourably by Chinese government who resent the dominance of Google's Android OS.

Google cuts price of Nexus 4 smartphone to just £159 as it launches Nexus 7

New price likely to clear inventory before an updated handset is released

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