In the midst of development of the Google vs. China saga, the world’s largest domain registration company GoDaddy.com ceased any further registration of domains in China. As per the company, this move is because of the increased monitoring of websites in China by the government. That’s not all, domain registration in the country now even requires extensive personal information and even a photograph of the registrant.
Google seems to be spreading its presence every day. Now the search giant is all set for stepping into consumer electronics. Called the Google TV, the platform will be powered by Intel’s Atom processor and would be running Android. The hardware will be actually manufactured by Sony. This new platform will consist of a new generation of set-top boxes and televisions.
Google finally launches the Nexus One that will support AT&T 3G. According to the Nexus One/Google blog, the mobile phone now supports both T-Mobile (U.S.) and AT&T 3G frequencies, so that you can choose the model according to your network. Not that this move will dethrone the supreme iPhone, but things do look good for Google. AT&T’s far superior 3G network can allow things to turn in Google’s favor.