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  • Samsung gets 'Galaxy Gear' trademark as it readies smartwatch

    Samsung gets 'Galaxy Gear' trademark as it readies smartwatch
    We know Samsung is making a smartwatch, and now, we might know its name: the Galaxy Gear. Earlier this year, Samsung confirmed that it was among the half-dozen companies developing a smartwatch, but since then, the South Korean tech giant hasn't said...
  • Google Glass sees all -- and that raises privacy concerns

    Google Glass sees all -- and that raises privacy concerns
    SAN FRANCISCO — On a recent afternoon, Homer Gaines hiked with girlfriend Tami Stillwell to the gusty peak of Angel Island in the San Francisco Bay, bent down on one knee and slipped a topaz and white-sapphire ring on her finger, capturing the...
  • Drawing insight into Google's Doodles

    Drawing insight into Google's Doodles
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google.com is the most visited online front door in the United States. According to Alexa, a longtime Internet statistics firm, it is also the second most visited home page in the world behind Facebook.com; roughly 40 percent of...
  • 'The Internship,' now starring ... Google

    'The Internship,' now starring ... Google
    Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson may be the big names in the new comedy "The Internship," but the real star of the film is Google. The company campus in Mountain View, Calif., is the setting for the movie in which Vaughn and Wilson play down-on-their-luck...
  • Google CEO Larry Page opens up about his vocal cord problem

    Google CEO Larry Page opens up about his vocal cord problem
    Google CEO Larry Page has come forward with the reason why he missed key company events in 2012. In a Google+ blog, the company co-founder said lingering problems with his voice caused him to miss Google's shareholders meeting and developers...
  • How "little bets" lead to extraordinary outcomes

    In January of 1996, Ph.D. students Larry Page and Sergey Brin began working on a research project at Stanford University. Over the past decade and a half, what began as a project to understand and prioritize library searches has transformed into a...
  • Reel China: Will it play in Peoria and Shanghai?

    Reel China: Will it play in Peoria and Shanghai?
    Moviegoers in China enthusiastically see American films, yet the reverse is almost never true. But you'd think if there would be someone who might bridge the divide — someone whose personal background, connections and professional expertise could...
  • The Google doodle: A highly creative home page homage

    The Google doodle: A highly creative home page homage
    Photographer Robert Doisneau is known for Parisian street scenes that reflected his fascination with what he called "the marvels of daily life." Four of his images — including his famous (if posed) 1950 picture of a kissing couple — graced...
  • Pseudonyms, brands coming soon to Google+

     
    Vic Gundotra was very social at San Francisco's Web 2.0 Summit Wednesday. Google's senior vice president of engineering told the audience that the Internet search giant is very pleased with its new social network and plans to add new features......
  • Steve Jobs admired Mark Zuckerberg for not selling out

     
    In interviews with his biographer Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs said he respected Mark Zuckerberg for not selling out and for dominating social networking....
  • Zuckerberg: If I started Facebook today, I would stay in Boston

     
    Facebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says if he started Facebook today, he would stay in Boston....
  • Here's what’s wrong with the 1% [Most Commented]

     
    What's so awful about the 1%, asks Bradley Schiller in a Sunday Op-Ed that points out several one-percenters who started out just like us. The professor of economics at the University of Nevada-Reno writes: The Occupy Wall Street movement envisions......