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The end is nigh for Google Checkout. The Mountain View company announced late Monday it'll be shuttering its online payment processing service on November 20 as it transitions to Google Wallet.
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Founder of Tumblr David Karp speaks during the Digital Life Design conference at HVB Forum on January 23, 2012, in Munich, Germany.
Bloomberg Industries U.S. director of research Paul Sweeney examines Yahoo's $1.1 billion deal for Tumblr and how it can monetize and grow the acquisition while retaining its "cool factor" with users.
Museum buffs and tourists might want to download Google's Field Trip app right now.
The world's hottest event of the year will be happening this May! The world's inaugural annual major awards show dedicated to social media, the Social Star Awards, will be held for the first time in Singapore, with A-list celebrities expected to grace the event.
A group of eight Congress members sent Google CEO Larry Page a letter last week expressing concern over Google Glass privacy and requesting more information about how the company obtains and uses personal information.
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Silicon Valley has long been at the forefront of the tech startup scene, but thanks to the growth of emerging companies in other areas of the U.S. and worldwide, the West Coast is no longer the only tech hub sparking startups and innovation.
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Just since April, notable firms such as Andreessen Horowitz, Founders Fund, Google Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Union Square Ventures have invested $9 million in three bitcoin-related companies: BitPay, CoinBase and OpenCoin.