The Britannica Book fo the Year 2011 provides a valuable viewpoint on the people and events that shaped the year. In addition to keeping the Encyclopaedia Britannica updated, it serves as a great reference source for the latest news on the ever-changing populations, governments, and economies throughout the world.Google introduced Google TV, a device that allowed an Internet-connected TV or a Blu-ray player to deliver online content to TV ... The FCC support had been based on the idea that net neutrality would prevent the telephone and cable TV ... Google and communications company Verizon challenged the FCCa#39;s net neutrality plan with a proposal that net ... By reducing the number of unidentified cell phone users (currently about 40%), China hoped to reduce spam and attempted fraud.
|Title||:||Britannica Book of the Year 2011|
|Author||:||Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.|
|Publisher||:||Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc. - 2011-03-01|