An ever-growing number of people are getting fed up with Google as its search engine continues to give preferential treatment to its own sites over the competition.  European nations have a number of investigations under way because of complaints against the company.  It's already common knowledge that the government of China and Google are far from being friends.  In America, several lawsuits have been filed that also allege Google's search engine is biased.  On Friday, Texas announced that its attorney general, Greg Abbott, is now investigating Google, based on complaints that the company is abusing its power as the Internet's dominant search engine.  Google handles about two thirds of all search requests in the U.S. and has grown from its start in a Silicon Valley garage 12 years ago to a $30 billion a year business, with its main source of income from ads it runs on its pages.