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

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Google ordered to look again at privacy policy by EU regulators

Internet search firm Google has been ordered to look again at its controversial privacy policy by European Union regulators after a report criticised its collection of internet users’ personal information.

Google swings axe at Motorola

The 20,000 employees of Motorola Mobility, the smartphone maker, got a taste of life under their new owner, Google, yesterday, when they were told that one in five of them would lose their jobs.

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New-media gurus, political pointy-heads, start-up whizz-kids and rock stars mingled at this year's Zeitgeist conference. Adam Sherwin reports

From left: Bill Clinton, Annie Lennox, Arsène Wenger

The great Google gathering

The search engine is taking its quest for knowledge offline at a secluded British hotel

A short video on the site shows a ‘Project Glass’ user’s perspective as they explore New York, speaking commands, taking pictures, getting directions and receiving messages from a friend

Google Goggles: 'Terminator' style glasses that could allow you to browse the internet

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