2013年5月30日 星期四

Moto X, HTC One Google Edition, 谷歌執行董事長施密特(Eric Schmidt)對國家層面的言論管制發出警告

Google Announces HTC One with Clean Version of Android for $599
ABC News
Google has taken another step in its efforts to sell Android phones that run the software as it intends it. At the All Things D conference Google Android and Chrome OS chief Sundar Pichai announced the HTC One Google Edition, which will take HTC's ...
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Google to unveil Moto X as it takes smartphone battle to Apple
The Guardian
In the immediate future, Google has set its sights on the 50% profit margins enjoyed by Apple and Samsung on their top-of-the-range products. The iPhone's price tag has not come down since the first version appeared in 2007. "One of the areas that we ...
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Google exec sees Google Fiber as a 'moneymaker'
Others have wondered if Google's network was just a way to push existing cable and telephone companies to offer higher speed Internet services themselves. And of course, the perception was that the deep-pocketed tech giant could afford to throw money ...
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Google wants software vendors to respond to vulnerabilities within 7 days
Over the years, Google security researchers have found dozens of cases where attackers were actively targeting publicly unknown, or "zero-day," vulnerabilities in software from third-party vendors, Evans and Hintz said. "We always report these cases to ...
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Google searches for the right way on tax
The Guardian
Google CEO Eric Schmidt says his company should "pay the taxes that are legally required" (Report, 27 May). In that case, Google should pay UK corporation tax on all its operations in the UK. That is what is legally required. It is not legally required ...
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Google Gets Ready For Its Close-Up
Wall Street Journal
There's a scene in the new comedy “The Internship” in which a summer intern at Google (a “Noogler” in Google parlance) asks a manager in the middle of an orientation meeting if he'd be interested in getting high. Later in the film, a ragtag band of ...
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More chow mein? Google makes it easier to decide
IDG News Service - Google is trying to make it easier to find nutrition information online for a wide range of foods with a new search feature whose aim is to address the "cumbersome and daunting process" of making smart eating choices. Say you want to ...
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Google revamps Gmail; adds tabs to group your mails into categories
New Delhi: With the view to give users more control over the content they receive everyday in their inbox, Google has redesigned Gmail for both mobile and Web, and has done away with the single inbox. The new inbox groups your mails into categories ...
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Google Calendar for Android Gets Color Labels
PC Magazine
Google is pulling out all of the organizational stops this week. Following the announcement of its new tabbed Gmail inbox, the search giant also gave its Android Calendar app a boost. Google Calendar users can now customize events and calendar colors ...
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谷歌執行董事長施密特(Eric Schmidt)對國家層面的言論管制發出警告。週三晚間參加漢堡《時代週報》的一次會議上,施密特說,集權國家的控制欲同人的與生俱來的好奇之間展開的較量還沒有結束。他說,他雖然在中國表現得比較"",但人們還是提醒他,其言論不會發表。現年58歲的施密特在會上說,"當知道正在受到言論管制時,那是一種少有的感覺。"會上談到互聯網隱私時,施密特說,一旦放開隱私,再想把它收回,難度就很高了。青少年兒童會更早地使用社交網站進行表達和交流,因此他認為,對兒童進行使用互聯網的啟蒙比性啟蒙更重要。

2013年5月29日 星期三

the MotoX, Gmail overhauls

Google Overhauls Gmail to Take On Overload
Google Overhauls Gmail to Take On Overload

Google challenges Apple with 'hero' phone
Financial Times
The gadget, called the MotoX, will also be made in the US and will be part of a campaign to drive down the cost of smartphones and end the high profit margins companies like Apple have enjoyed, said Dennis Woodside, the Google executive installed to ...
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Google Gmail Gets Tabbed Inbox
At the time, Google pitched email segregation as a way to make office workers more productive. By automatically filtering meaningful messages from the rest, Gmail has the potential to save an average of 46 minutes per week that would otherwise be spent ...
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Apple's Tim Cook is on target about Google Glass... for now
Apple's Tim Cook is on target about Google Glass... for now. Summary: Apple and Google are likely to have vastly different approaches to wearable computing. It's still early in the game, and today it's all about software developers first and mass ...
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When Google and Microsoft feud, customers pay the price
Computerworld - The long-running war between Google and Microsoft may never have a winner, an analyst said today, but it definitely has a loser: customers. "These are business decisions, but unfortunately, consumers and very small businesses get ...
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Google's next billion customers
Google plans to finance and build wireless networks throughout sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia to bring the Internet to at least a billion more people. First reported in The Wall Street Journal, the project aims to improve the quality and speed ...
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Google Adds Street View Imagery of Historic NYC Landmarks
PC Magazine
New York City landmarks are easy to spot: The Empire State Building, Radio City Music Hall, the Brooklyn Bridge, Macy's. Google's Street View team added three new locations to that list today with imagery of the 9/11 Memorial, Central Park, and the ...
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Google's 'Roll It' transforms your phone and PC into a virtual skee ball game
PCWorld (blog)
Prepare to waste some time today, though this game's a bit more difficult to hide from the boss than your average hand of Solitaire. Google's released a nifty little browser game dubbed Roll It, a virtual version of the classic skee ball game that ...
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Google to license retailer ratings from STELLAService
Economic Times
Under the multi-year agreement with Google, STELLAService ratings will appear in online shopping search results and ads alongside retailers that carry the product consumers are trying to track down, said Jordy Leiser, chief executive of STELLAService.
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AWS folds Facebook, Google credentials into new ID federation tools
Amazon Web Services Wednesday added Web-based identity federation to its list of authentication services for developers and included support for Facebook and Google log-in credentials. AWS introduced its Login with Amazon service for authentication as ...
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20130529 14:11 PM
英國《金融時報》 羅伯特·巴頓倫敦報導







上奇廣告公司(M&C Saatchi)數字主管克里斯蒂安•珀澤(Christian Purser)表示,這次的挫折“對Facebook來說像是一道分水嶺。如果它想要保持廣告繼續增長,就必須對內容負責”

代表英國大廣告商集體權益的英國廣告商共同體(ISBA)的鮑勃•伍頓(Bob Wootton)補充說:“出現在這些糟糕內容旁邊可能帶來的名譽傷害,可能會很快超過微不足道的媒體成本。”

Facebook託管著近1000億張頁面。Everyday Sexism Project創始人勞拉•貝茨(Laura Bates)表示,還有很多類似的令人反感的圖片,儘管也受到了用戶投訴,但仍沒有被移除。


2013年5月28日 星期二

Google gees Hollywood...

EU to Ask More of Google
Wall Street Journal
EU antitrust chief Joaquín Almunia said Tuesday he gave Google's competitors one additional month—until late June—to respond to a series of proposals from the company to tweak how its search results are displayed. Once the commission—the EU's ...
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Google goes Hollywood with 'The Internship'
Amidst the comedic hijinks, the film indeed delivers a picture of a kind and gentle Google, a company that offers free food and exercise classes and is in every respect the place you'd like to work. Various Google products get plugs in the film, and co ...
push, withdrawal, recall, disavow,hijink, high jin...
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Google boss Eric Schmidt: 'If the taxes go up we will pay more'
Irish Independent
Earlier this month the Commons Public Accounts Committee monstered Google's head of operations in northern Europe, Matt Brittin. Its chair, Margaret Hodge, said Google “do evil” and use “smoke and mirrors to avoid paying tax”. Mr Brittin said that ...
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Google to bring net access to Africa using blimps, masts and satellites
The Guardian
Google has set up a trial wireless broadband network in Cape Town using three masts at Stellenbosch University's campus to transmit to 10 local schools. The trial, which began in March, uses unlicensed "white space" radio waves – unused channels in the ...
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Google Chrome Browser Blurs OS Lines
... variation and interactivity. Google calls these messages "rich notifications," which makes sense given the usage of the term "rich media," favored by Adobe as a way to differentiate Flash content from the Web content, back before Web content caught up.
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Google Nexus 4 makes another appearance in White via leaked press shots
The White version of the Google Nexus 4 has seen various leaks in the past. After being first spotted on the web in January the device was again spotted during Google I/O. After that, in a recent leak, Android Police has published press photographs of ...
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HTC One Google Edition with stock Android coming this summer: Report
After the Samsung Galaxy S4 getting a Google edition running stock Android, it looks like HTC's flagship, the HTC One will also take the same path. According to a report by Geek.com, the same website that predicted the Samsung Galaxy S4's Google ...
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Google Glass: facial recognition coming soon
The new software from Lamda Labs, who are based in San Francisco, raises the prospect of never forgetting a face again, and also of internet recommendations for who Google Glass wearers should meet at large social gatherings. It will launch to computer ...
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Google moves away from the XMPP open-messaging standard
When Google announced that it was consolidating its Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) instant messaging and video-conferencing services into Google Hangouts, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) noticed that Google had also sharply diminished ...
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在本文中,筆者將為大家介紹赴美時拿到的谷歌眼鏡型設備“Google Glass”試用的結果。因為Google Glass的軟件還在不斷更新之中,所以文中所述可能與現在的情況有所不同…… (詳見全文) 
 週二﹐蘋果CEO庫克在D: All Things Digital大會上為公司的創新能力辯護﹐並暗示說﹐在公司未來的產品計劃中﹐可佩戴的設備可能會佔有一席之地。

 人們的認知能力通常會隨著年紀增長而下降。由Posit Science開發的一款電腦遊戲卻聲稱能夠改善這種現象。諸位科學家對這個遊戲的有效性進行了論證。


2013年5月27日 星期一

Google Encourages Developers to Hack Glass/Google and NASA Launch Quantum Computing AI Lab


Google and NASA Launch Quantum Computing AI Lab

The Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab will use the most advanced commercially available quantum computer, the D-Wave Two.
Quantum computing took a giant leap forward on the world stage today as NASA and Google, in partnership with a consortium of universities, launched an initiative to investigate how the technology might lead to breakthroughs in artificial intelligence.
The new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab will employ what may be the most advanced commercially available quantum computer, the D-Wave Two, which a recent study confirmed was much faster than conventional machines at defeating specific problems (see “D-Wave’s Quantum Computer Goes to the Races, Wins”). The machine will be installed at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing Facility at the Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley and is expected to be available for government, industrial, and university research later this year.
Google believes quantum computing might help it improve its Web search and speech recognition technology. University researchers might use it to devise better models of disease and climate, among many other possibilities. As for NASA, “computers play a much bigger role within NASA missions than most people realize,” says quantum computing expert Colin Williams, director of business development and strategic partnerships at D-Wave. “Examples today include using supercomputers to model space weather, simulate planetary atmospheres, explore magnetohydrodynamics, mimic galactic collisions, simulate hypersonic vehicles, and analyze large amounts of mission data.”
Quantum computers exploit the bizarre quantum-mechanical properties of atoms and other building blocks of the cosmos. At itse very smallest scale, the universe becomes a fuzzy, surreal place—objects can seemingly exist in more than one place at once or spin in opposite directions at the same time.
While regular computers symbolize data in bits, 1s and 0s expressed by flicking tiny switch-like transistors on or off, quantum computers use quantum bits, or qubits, that can essentially be both on and off, enabling them to carry out two or more calculations simultaneously. In principle, quantum computers could prove extraordinarily much faster than normal computers for certain problems because they can run through every possible combination at once. In fact, a quantum computer with 300 qubits could run more calculations in an instant than there are atoms in the universe.
D-Wave, which bills itself as the first commercial quantum computer company, has backers that include Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos and the CIA’s investment arm In-Q-Tel (see “The CIA and Jeff Bezos Bet on Quantum Computing”). It sold its first quantum computing system, the 128-qubit D-Wave One, to the military contractor Lockheed Martin in 2011. Earlier this year it upgraded that machine to a 512-qubit D-Wave Two—reputedly for about $15 million, which might be roughly what the new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab paid for its device.
The collaboration between NASA, Google, and the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) aims to use its computer to advance machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence devoted to developing computers that can improve with experience. Machine learning is a matter of optimizing behavior that may be easier for quantum computers than conventional machines.
For instance, imagine trying to find the lowest point on a surface covered in hills and valleys. A classical computer might start at a random spot on the surface and look around for a lower spot to explore until it cannot walk downhill anymore. This approach can often get stuck in a local minimum, a valley that is not actually the very lowest point on the surface. On the other hand, quantum computing could make it possible to tunnel through a ridge to see if there is a lower valley beyond it.
“Looks like win-win-win to me—Google, NASA, and USRA bring unique skills and an interest in novel applications to the field,” says Seth Lloyd, a quantum-mechanical engineer at MIT. “In my opinion, the focus on factoring and code-breaking for quantum computers has overemphasized the quest for constructing a large-scale quantum computer, while slighting other potentially more useful and equally interesting applications. Quantum machine learning is an example of a smaller-scale application of quantum computing.”
Over the years, many critics have questioned whether D-Wave’s machines are actually quantum computers and whether they are any more powerful than conventional machines. The standard approach toward operating quantum computers, called the gate model, involves arranging qubits in circuits and making them interact with each other in a fixed sequence. In contrast, D-Wave starts off with a set of noninteracting qubits—a collection of supercomputing loops kept at their lowest energy state, called the ground state—and then slowly, or “adiabatically,” transforms this system into a set of qubits whose interactions at its ground state represent the correct answer for the specific problem the researchers programmed it to solve.
Many scientists have wondered whether the approach D-Wave used was vulnerable to disturbances that might keep qubits from working properly. But independent researchers recently found that D-Wave’s computers can actually solve certain problems up to 3,600 times faster than classical computers. Before choosing the D-Wave Two, NASA, Google, and USRA ran the computer past a series of benchmark and acceptance tests. It passed, in some cases by a giant margin.
USRA will invite researchers across the United States to use the machine. Twenty percent of its computing time will be open to the university community at no cost through a competitive selection process, while the rest of it will be split evenly between NASA and Google. “We’ll be having some of the best and brightest minds in the country working on applications that run on the D-Wave hardware,” Williams says.

Read more: http://www.technologyreview.com/news/514846/google-and-nasa-launch-quantum-computing-ai-lab/#ixzz2UTdap6Na
From MIT Technology Review

Treading Carefully, Google Encourages Developers to Hack Glass

Breaking its own restrictions, Google will show developers how to build any kind of app for Google Glass.
Google has set plenty of restrictions on the functionality of apps for Glass, the head-mounted display it is now shipping out to early adopters. At the company’s annual developer conference, I/O, which kicks off today, it will show app creators how to break those rules.
One conference session will be called “Voiding Your Warranty: Hacking Glass.” But it could be controversial to encourage experimentation with a product that at once has wowed people with its possibilities and spurred uneasy imaginings of a society subject to ubiquitous, user-generated surveillance. Google clearly wants developers to help explore the limits of what Glass can do, and yet Glass is not even on the market yet, and a handful of bars and cafés have already banned the hardware.
“Google really, really loves this project. But they are terrified,” says Chris Maddern, among a limited number of software developers who got to buy a $1,500 model through Google’s “Explorers” program. “There are so many things that can go wrong between now and when it’s in consumer hands.”
In this context, Maddern says, he understands Google’s relatively restrictive API, the gateway through which developers’ Web-based apps, or “Glassware,” can interact with Glass’s modified Android operating system—restrictions that have, at least officially, put on hold what he sees as “almost every really cool application for wearable computing.” For example, the API doesn’t allow developers to analyze a person’s location, videos, or photos in real time, so no apps that recognize the face of someone chatting with a Glass wearer; no augmented-reality-style apps that suggest dinner spots during a stroll.
These are possibilities, however, and Google is clearly encouraging developers to experiment with such “hacks,” as they are called for now. These hacks could influence the final shape that Glass takes. No one knows what the platform will look like or how much it will cost if Glass hits the market next year as planned (there is not even an official Glassware portal or store yet, though Maddern started an unofficial one, and so have others).
When the first independent developer recently found a way to jailbreak the device to run custom applications, causing a hubbub, Google staff shot back on Twitter: “Yes, Glass is hackable. Duh.” Already, one developer has used facial-recognition technology with Glass to build an app for doctors that calls up a patient’s files. Another allows wearers to take a picture with a wink, making photography less obvious than the Google setup of having wearers speak to the device.
Most early apps created by Google itself are more prosaic, extending sharing capabilities seen on smartphones. Glassagram, for instance, uploads photos with filters. Beam makes it possible to share YouTube videos. Glass Tweet helps users, well, tweet.
Google has also worked directly with a handful larger developers, including the mobile-only social network Path and the New York Times, which created an app that displays the latest breaking news headlines to Glass wearers inside the device’s small head-mounted display. The popular life-organizing app Evernote is working on its own software for Glass but won’t say more about how it will work. So is Twitter. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been impressed with the hardware, and any app Facebook launches may well be a hit (see “Facebook Will Make the Most Popular App for Google Glass”). More apps are expected to surface during and after Google’s conference this week.
For consumer-oriented developers, one big question is whether Glass will create entirely new businesses in the same way that the opening of Apple’s app store launched a multibillion-dollar app economy. For now, Google’s terms of service don’t allow developers to charge for apps or show advertisements, but that probably won’t be true forever. And few developers yet have access to the hardware—Maddern says he gets “ludicrous offers” every day to work with large consumer companies that want to get their hands on it.
If Glassware does become a business, Google’s own venture capital division, Google Ventures, is likely to benefit. In April, in an unusual arrangement, it joined with two other top-tier venture firms, Andreessen Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, to launch the Glass Collective, an investment syndicate that is sharing opportunities to provide seed funding to Glass startups.
So far, the Glass Collective has gotten “many dozens” of pitches, and the three firms meet once a week to discuss them together, says Google Ventures managing partner Bill Maris. The first funding announcements should come soon, he says, though each firm will make its own decisions, and the syndicate doesn’t have a dedicated fund. Most pitches so far relate to the obvious features of Glass—unique ways to send messages, share photos or video, or tap into a person’s location, he says. Others are specific to industry sectors and could target smaller markets, such as medicine (see “Will Anyone Build a Killer App for Google Glass?”).
Much depends, of course, on the success of Google Glass itself, and that is far from a given. One crucial factor is its price—many feel it should cost no more than a high-end smartphone accessory. The other main question is whether Google succeeds at making Glass cool, or at least socially acceptable.
“Will Glass be a platform? It’s really, really hard to create a platform,” Maris says. “It takes a lot of money, dedication, distribution, and acceptance from consumers. The important question is, will the device get wide distribution? If the answer to that is yes, business models will come.”

2013年5月26日 星期日

Twitter, wearable computers vs privacy, more Google

雅虎何不收購Twitter? 雅虎收購Tumblr看上去有明智之處,但實則仍是中庸之舉。有另一個交易更值得雅虎去做,那就是反向合並Twitter,並把合並後公司的指揮棒交給Twitter管理層。


The Privacy Challenges of Wearable Computers
Fans of wearable computers can capture what is happening around them with a subtle wink, while bystanders may not know they are being recorded.


Google's Eric Schmidt: change British law and we'd pay more tax
The Guardian
In a phrase less snappy than the more celebrated "don't be evil", Schmidt said Google had "a fiduciary responsibility to our shareholders" that prevented the internet company from paying more tax abroad. However, he said: "It's not a debate. You pay ...
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Google, Microsoft finally bury the hatchet on YouTube app
Late on Friday, Microsoft and Google-owned YouTube jointly said that the disputed YouTube app for Windows Phone will be reworked once again, and Microsoft pulled the offending app from its Windows Phone store. The app now points simply to YouTube's ...
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Google to add Galapagos Islands to Street View
In this May 2013 photo, Christophe Bailhache navigates an SVII camera through a large group of sea lions during a survey dive at Champion Island in Galapagos. Google Maps sent crews armed with backpack-mounted Street View cameras and underwater ...
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Google to fund, develop wireless networks in emerging markets
The Australian
Google is looking at rolling out wireless networks across continents. Source: AFP. GOOGLE is deep into a multipronged effort to build and help run wireless networks in emerging markets as part of a plan to connect a billion or more new people to the ...
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Google faces watchdog's scrutiny
Sydney Morning Herald
Google's rivals have again prompted antitrust investigators at the Federal Trade Commission to examine the company's business practices, and staff members have begun a preliminary look at whether Google abuses its market dominance in online display ...
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Google to Migrate Your Buzz Data to Google Drive
PC Magazine
Buh-bye, Buzz. Or, should we say, buh-bye Buzz data. While Google's ambitious social service died in December of 2011, less than two years into its existence, that didn't mean that users – the few who actually enjoyed using Buzz – were left without a ...
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Google releases Glass' roots, warns it may turn specs to bricks
Google has posted what it's describing as “factory system images and the kernel source code for Glass”. First spotted by Android Police, the downloads “allow you to root your Glass and flash it back to factory specifications.” Which sounds just the ...
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Ok Google, give me some answers
The Hindu
Soon “Ok Google, what is the weather like” is all you need to say into your Google search box and voilà, the results appear not as text, but a stern female voice reads out the weather forecast. Google's conversational search, which has been around on ...
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Google called "evil" during grilling on tax
The Sunday Business Post
Margaret Hodge, who chairs the British Public Accounts Committee, said Google was “evil” because of the way it sought to minimise its tax bills. In an often-heated exchange with a Google executive today, Hodge said the company was exploiting the rules ...
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Google adds spectacular shots of the Galapagos Islands to Street View
New York Daily News
SAN FRANCISCO — Few have explored the remote volcanic islands of the Galapagos archipelago, an otherworldly landscape inhabited by the world's largest tortoises and other fantastical creatures that inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.
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Google Considering 'Wireless Balloons' to Deliver Internet to Countries
PC Magazine
Google's news about its ambitious plans to build wireless networks in "emerging markets" like Africa and Asia isn't nearly as interesting as how the company might ultimately end up deploying Wi-Fi to these areas – not via conventional cable-stringing ...
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Google CEO reveals that he suffers from rare vocal chord problem that makes it ...
Daily Mail
The explanation that Page posted Tuesday on his Google Plus profile cleared up a mystery hanging over him since he lost his voice a year ago, causing him to miss Google Inc.'s annual shareholders meeting in June and a conference call to discuss the ...
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Google hit with fresh probe into online ads
Irish Independent
Now, however, the FTC is set to look at whether Google is abusing its position as the market leader. The investigation – one of many Google has had to endure in recent years – is believed to be focused on the company's acquisition of the ad firm ...
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Google eyes Waze as Facebook targets hot Web maps property
New Straits Times
Google's discussions with Waze, which one of the sources told Reuters remained fluid and could change in tenor at any time, come amid reports Facebook is willing to pay $1 billion for the crowd-sourced service, which relies on information provided by ...
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Google to introduce music service rivaling Spotify
By offering music, Google is seeking to give consumers more reasons to use the Android operating system, already the most widely used software in smartphones. The company is also challenging online-music providers like Spotify, which lists more than 6 ...
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Google argues it had to use proprietary tech in Hangouts
IDG News Service - Google is feeling the heat over its decision to build its new Hangouts IM and audio/video chat product with proprietary technology that doesn't support server federation via the XMPP industry standard, but the company is defending ...
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Microsoft And Google Play For High Stakes over YouTube On Windows Phone
This month, Windows Phone users finally received Microsoft's YouTube client for their handset. Developed by Redmond, after Google declined to support their mobile platform, the client has already sparked a war of words (and legal letters) between the ...
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Google India reduces price plan for SMB Apps
Hindu Business Line
Google India on Wednesday reduced the pricing for Google Apps for Business to make it more affordable for small businesses working in the cloud. New and existing customers in India will now pay Rs 150 per user per month if they are on the flexible plan ...
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