logo
Plus   Neg
Share
Email

AVG Technologies And Google Temporarily Extend Existing Agreement - Quick Facts

AVG Technologies N.V. (AVG) announced that the existing agreement with Google Inc. (GOOG) has been temporarily extended.

"We continue to work closely with Google with the goal of signing a mutually beneficial agreement. We have agreed to sign an extension to ensure we have time to finalize our negotiations," said J.R. Smith, Chief Executive Officer of AVG.

AVG also announced that it expects to report third quarter results that are in line with or better than the outlook it provided on August 1, 2012.

by RTTNews Staff Writer

For comments and feedback: editorial@rttnews.com

Business News

Quick Facts

Editors Pick
A $716 billion defense policy bill easily cleared the Senate on Monday, although the legislation must still be reconciled with the version previously approved by the House. The Senate voted 85 to 10 in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act, which authorizes U.S. military spending for fiscal 2019. Voip-Pal.com Inc. has filed a lawsuit against Amazon Inc., accusing Alexa's calling and messaging services of infringing its patents. The lawsuit, filed by Voip-Pal in the U.S. District Court in Nevada, accuses Amazon's Alexa calling and messaging system of using Voip-Pal's patented technologies to direct voice/video calls and voice messages to both Amazon subscribers and non-subscribers. Canada is a step closer to becoming the first G-7 nation to legalize marijuana nationwide after the House of Commons voted to allow recreational use. The bill will now go back to the country's Senate, which had already approved a version of the bill. On Monday, the House of Commons voted 205 to 82 in favor of the Bill C-45, known as the Cannabis Act.
Follow RTT