Mobile firefox browser, Google loses copyright case, Youtube beats Yahoo in search, Microsoft may buy RIM,

Google loses 2 copyright cases in Germany  
lost two copyright lawsuits in Germany over displaying photos and artworks as thumbnails in a preview of search results.

In June of 2008 the U.S. had a total of 76.9 million broadband lines, and China had 76 million, a difference of 900,000

Google's Video-Sharing Site Is Racking Up as Many Queries as Yahoo

Google is collaborating with Click Forensics to clamp down on search ad click fraud.Click Forensic's FACTr (Fully Automated Click Tracking Reconciliation) service generates click-quality reports and submits them automatically to Google — so advertisers won't have to do it manually, 

With Research In Motion stock in freefall from a high of $148 on the Nasdaq just four months ago to its present sub-$60 valuation, rumors are circulating the handset maker may soon find itself the target of a takeover bid by Microsoft. Speaking to Reuters, Canaccord Adams analyst Peter Misek argues that "RIM is a massive strategic fit" for Microsoft, adding "I'm fairly certain they have a standing offer to buy them at $50 [a share]."

 Mozilla is giving the public a taste of its Firefox mobile browser, as the company debuted an alpha version of the software for the Nokia N810 Internet tabletCode-named Fennec, the browser uses the same technology as the desktop version, including its HTML rendering engine called Gekko. Mozilla said it wants to ensure that the mobile version is not inferior to the version that people use on their home computers. 

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