Google's Moves: China, Broadband, Buzz And More

Google Buzz, within a Gmail inbox

Google Buzz, introduced last week, drew criticism for mixing social networking with the private inboxes of Gmail users. Screenshot of Gmail.com hide caption

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In this week's segment of All Tech Considered we discuss the many moves of Google, a company that seems to announce new products and services daily.

The company made news over the last week on several fronts, including its business in China, the introduction of a social networking service called "Google Buzz" and Google's plans to bring ultra-fast Internet service to a limited number of communities.

Here are some of the highlights in The Week In Google:

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