Google home page now a billboard

Google has put a banner ad for its Nexus 7 tablet on its front page — an unprecedented move.

Google Inc. (GOOG) plans to sell off the Motorola Mobility business unit that manufactures set-top boxes and other home-networking gear, according to Bloomberg. Google shares rose 1.6% to $688.01, at the close of trading

Google has strong incentives to be prudent in its rollout. Each city block brings a significant gamble for Google. Some industry analysts estimate that the cost of installing a connection to a single home averages $2,500. Google is mostly waiving that

Google's stark white home page is the most-viewed Web site on the Internet, and Google is taking advantage of that by advertising its Nexus 7 tablet there. Though it is not the first time Google has advertised its products on the

Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is looking forward to getting rid of the unit inside Motorola Mobility that provides set top boxes and some other equipment to cable TV suppliers and for this purpose it has hired Barclays Plc to find purchasers, two persons

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