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When Facebook Ads Aren't Ads
ION Introduces the Brand Channel Network
Yahoo Buys Flurry For $200 Million
Samsung Invests in Android Gaming For The TV
Chernin and AT&T Close to Buying Controlling Stake in Fullscreen
'Super Smash Bros.' Stalking SDCC Attendees
Guardians of the Galaxy In 'Disney Infinity'
Entertainment Firm 3BlackDot Emerges with Ex-Machinima Execs, YouTube Gamers
Tango Introduces $25 Million Gaming Fund
Exclusive Games For Amazon's Fire Phone
Gameplay Trailers of the Week
'The Last of Us' Live Performance
Google Settles Case with FTC
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced that it is concluded its 19-month investigation into Google's practices. The regulators said they found no evidence to claims that Google unfairly favors its own services in search results.
At the same time, Google agreed to license certain patents to rivals Apple, RIM and others. Google has also promised to exclude snippets copied from other websites in its summaries of key information - the company had insisted the practice is legal under the fair-use provisions of U.S. copyright law.