But the immense — and growing — power of America's search giant poses risks for privacy and competition, and raises the question, Is Google too big?
Newsmax magazine's special report "Google vs. Everyone" offers an in-depth look at the online empire that the Times of London dubbed "the fastest-growing company in the history of the world," a behemoth that logs 2 billion searches a day, controls 69 percent of the online ad market, and has a value greater than the gross domestic product of nations such as New Zealand, Kuwait, and Ukraine.
And with control of about 70 percent of the U.S. Internet search market, Google is in a unique position to determine the destiny of individuals, corporations and America itself.
This issue of Newsmax magazine also features the 10 Senate races the GOP can and must win to gain control of the U.S. Senate.
This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
The Google empire — YouTube, Gmail, Blogger, and much more
Google's worrisome presence in Washington
Why the Democrats love Google
The antitrust threats against Google
Why conservatives are wary of Google
How the recession has helped Google's bottom line
The company's humble origins: "Backrub" in 1996
Rupert Murdoch's warning to Google
Why Google backs Obama's "Net neutrality" plan
Facebook's growing impact on Google
Why Germany launched a criminal probe of Google
How Google has revolutionized advertising
The "Google Generation's" bad habits
Google's algorithm — a closely guarded secret
The amazing success of the Android mobile phone system
How Google dealt with Chinese censorship
The company's astounding profit margin
Google's big plunge into the electronic book market
How Google could help fight a global pandemic
The FCC's probe of Google Street View's "privacy violations"
Why simplicity is the secret to Google's success
Google TV: "The biggest advance in broadcasting since color television"
Why Madison Avenue is scared to death of Google
How Google data could be "a divorce lawyer's best friend"
The warnings of Google as a "dangerous new monopolist"
This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.
In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from Ben Stein, Dick Morris, John Stossel, Bill O'Reilly, Christopher Ruddy, David Limbaugh, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Ed Koch, James Hirsen and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:
BP spill: Obama's Katrina and the politics of crisis
China is snapping up U.S. businesses at incredible prices
Elena Kagan a "potentially dangerous" justice
Other states following Arizona on immigration
Russia's Medvedev: world war is possible
Obama targets military for pay cuts
Guidelines for dietary supplements
How long before Israel strikes Iran?
Timely tips for retirement planning
Lessons from the Times Square plot
Michael Moore faces more backlash
Jonathan Alter: Obama not the Great Persuader
U.S could follow Greece into near collapse
Democrats aim to silence anti-Castro broadcasts
Summer guide to new DVD releases
Ben Stein: Obama is "President Kowtow"
Turkey: Its dangerous shift from West to East
U.S. economy, by the numbers
Are Tea Partyers racist?
Questions linger over Joe Sestak scandal
Daniel Ortega's power grab in Nicaragua
John King ascendant at CNN
Buy a home — now
Travel: in search of Mark Twain
The very best coffees from around the world
Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.
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