The week has been a rough one for Google, and it's ending on a particularly embarrassing note.
First, the company's new Google+ search feature raises the ire of some people and then prompts a complaint to the FTC. Then Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt is forced to defend the fragmentation, I mean "differentiation," in the Android market that even Google partners acknowledge is an issue.
And now, shame-faced Google executives are publicly apologizing for some shenanigans that involve their team in Kenya.
Executives at Mocality, an online business directory in Kenya, are accusing the search giant … Read more