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Google Does Cloud: Should We Care?
At the I/O conference in June, Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) announced Compute Engine - an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) product that will provide companies with raw computing power by way of the internet.
Google, Adblock, And The Future Of Internet Advertising
During a recent conversation with my mother, a health-related question came up that I didn't know the answer to. Obviously, I suggested she Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) the question on her nearby laptop.
Turning 'Plan B' Into a 'Plan A' Life
... is a fitting time for a confession: My entire career—to borrow from Jim Grossman and Tony Grafton's much-discussed article (published in Perspectives and in The Chronicle)—is a Plan B. Or, if I am really honest, it's a letter much further down ...
Come and have a go if you think you're hard enough: Cavendish won't be ...
"There is no secret - Mark is Plan A, Plan B and the rest of the alphabet. Basically, if we don't win with Mark, we're not winning, but you couldn't have a better man to be stepping up than Cav.
Apple struggles in emerging markets
When Apple officially launched its latest iPad in China last week, the big crowds and long lines seen at earlier such events were absent.
Joh. A. Benckiser to Buy Peet's Coffee for About $1 Billion
Low corporate taxes are the cornerstone of Irish economic policy, with the 12.5 percent rate the lowest in Western Europe and a draw for Alphabet Inc.'s Google and Facebook Inc. to Dublin. More than 700 U.S. companies have units there, which employ ...
Smartphone sales lift Samsung income
Strong sales of its Galaxy smartphone powered Samsung Electronics to a record operating profit in the second quarter, but the South Korean company's shares fell despite the strong performance as investors worried that earnings momentum may be peaking.
How Big Is Too Big? Samsung's New Galaxy Note Said To Sport 5.5-Inch Screen  TechCrunch
Once a Social Media Star, Digg Sells for $500000
Digg Inc., a social-media pioneer once valued at more than $160 million, is selling for the deeply discounted price of about $500,000, three people familiar with the matter said.
As Google Changes, Its Revenue Keeps Rising
SAN FRANCISCO - Google wants the world to know that it has grown into a new identity - it is a mobile company now. The financial report it issued Thursday reflects the growing pains that have accompanied the transformation.
Google Sales Surge on Motorola Mobility, Growth in Ad Clicks  Bloomberg
Google's Larry Page Might Have Lost His Voice, But He's Still ...  TechCrunch
Jayson Blair: Jonah Lehrer's story reminds me of my own
Jonah Lehrer resigned his position at the New Yorker today after admitting that he fabricated the Bob Dylan quotes he used in his new best-seller, “Imagine.