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Xbox One Sells Two Million Units
'World of Warcraft' Launches In-Game Store
Xbox One, PS4 Get System Updates
Japan Outspends U.S. On Mobile Games
Publishers Battle YouTube Claims
'Angry Birds Go' Revs Up Mobile
Nintendo Getting Smashing Spring Line-Up?
PlayStation 4 Boosts Twitch Traffic
Mobile Browsers Now Over 20% of Web Use
Nintendo's National StreetPass Weekend
Women Bet More In Casino Games
Google Play Integrates Google+
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.