Google may face coordinated crackdown by EU privacy regulators

According to a recent statement by France's privacy watchdog, the Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertes (CNIL), Internet search giant's failure to respond to the recommendations which 27 EU regulators unanimously adopted last October may result in the initiation of "a coordinated repressive action" against the company before this summer.

Several Google Reader users experienced sporadic service over the weekend

Sometime over this past weekend, the Google Reader service - Google's Web-based RSS feed reader - reportedly went haywire for several users, who inundated the Google Reader forum with complaints about intermittent service.

Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt may sell 42% of his stake

In a Friday filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Internet search giant Google announced that its Executive Chairman, Eric Schmidt, will likely dispose off nearly 42 percent of his stake in the company, amounting to a total of 3.2 million Class A shares.

Google Maps update offers 38 new ski resorts in US and Canada

On Wednesday, Internet search giant Google released a Google Maps update which augments the company's records about ski resort maps; providing information about 38 new ski resorts in the US and Canada.