Google has rolled out a new search service that combines information from its Google + social networking service to provide personalized search results, the Associated Press reports.
Meanwhile, the BBC reports that Google has profited from automated ads touting illegal products such as unofficial ticket resellers to the 2012 Olympics in London.
Hedge fund billionaire and LightSquared investor Philip Falcone is urging the FCC to help resolve the interference issues that have delayed approval of LightSquared's wireless broadband service, Bloomberg reports.
Microsoft is suing two Chinese retail chains for allowing computers with pirated versions of Windows and Microsoft Office software to be sold at the electronic retailers' stores, IDG News reports.
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