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All Things Google: 3Q Earnings After the Close


Plus, EU says Google has four months to change its privacy policy.

This column highlights the most interesting and useful news and commentary on Google every week.

Seeking Alpha
: Google Near All-Time Highs Ahead Of 3Q 2012 Earnings; Sentiment Too
"Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) is scheduled to report 3Q earnings after the close of trading on Thursday, October 18. Results are usually available in the minutes after the closing bell with a conference call slated to get underway at 4:30 p.m. EDT. The S&P E-Mini, NASDAQ 100 E-Mini futures contracts, and PowerShares QQQ (NASDAQ:QQQ) (GOOG is 4th biggest holding in the QQQ) tend to see active trading off the results."

ZD Net
Google's 32GB Nexus 7 Looks Set to Race Santa to the UK and US
"A new version of the Google Nexus 7 tablet with double the storage space looks likely to be winging its way to UK store shelves before Christmas, going by a retailer's ad....The new model of the Asus (PINK:ASUUY)-manufactured seven-inch Nexus 7 will come with 32GB of storage instead of the existing 8GB and 16GB options, and will cost £199, according to Argos, which listed the device in its Christmas Gift Guide."

Information Week
Google Nexus $99, iPad Mini $249, Surface $499
"Yesterday we finally got Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) pricing for the Surface RT, and rumors of prices for the iPad Mini are beginning to become more consistent. Another story has Google selling a $99 Nexus tablet soon."

TiVo Says It's Owed Billions From Google Over Patents
"TiVo Inc. said it may be entitled to billions of dollars in damages should it win its patent- infringement lawsuit against Google Inc's Motorola Mobility unit over digital-video recording technology....TiVo disclosed the figure in a request to consolidate the case against Motorola Mobility with one involving Cisco Systems Inc.(NASDAQ:CSCO) to address pre-trial issues, saying it would speed the process and conserve resources. The companies make set-top boxes for Time Warner Cable Inc. (NYSE:TWC), which is a defendant in both cases."

Insider Monkey
Apple Inc. Grabs a Particle; Google Inc.Out?
"Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) is not one to run a victory lap when it executes an acquisition, but last month the company did expand its empire and just might squeeze out its "thermonuclear" rival, Google Inc. Though this acquisition happened last month, the deal was revealed this week that Apple Inc has purchased a company called Particle, which is an HTML5 and Web app developer."

International Business Times
Chinese Contractors: Foxconn's Underage Worker Use Affects Sony, Google, Apple, Amazon, Nokia
"Top global consumer electronics brands including Apple, Nokia Oyj (NYSE:NOK), Google and (NASDAQ:AMZN) all share a common problem: They're among the biggest customers of Taiwan's Foxconn International (HKG:2038)."

The Inquirer
Google Maps Overlay App for Apple Maps Disappears from App Store
"The Google Maps overlay app for Apple Maps, named Classicmaps, has mysteriously disappeared from Apple's app store....Classicmaps was a simple, basic and free maps app that once installed replaced Apple Maps with the environment of Google's Maps app."

EU Gives Google Inc Four Months to Amend Privacy Policy
"Reuters reported that Google Inc has four months to make its privacy policy comply with requests from European Union (EU) data protection watchdogs or start facing the possibility of disciplinary action at a national level."

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