Google May Follow Apple on Tax-Dodging Dividend
Like Apple, however, Google may wait until its bank account swells to about $100 billion, according to an industry analyst, before making a big move on a dividend.
Wed May 22, 2013
Google's Eric Schmidt believes one company is an island
A slip of the tongue by Google's executive chairman speaks volumes about his perception of the company's tax obligations A week or so ago, Google's chief executive, Larry Page , caused ripples when he suggested at a public event that laws older than 50 years or so shouldn't apply to internet companies, and that it might be fun to have an island ... (more)
Google's Susan Wojcicki: The Most Powerful Woman In Advertising
If you Google " Susan Wojcicki, " the search-giant's SVP of Advertising, you'll see that one of tech's most influential leaders keeps a markedly low profile, one focused more on how to monetize that search than what appears when querying her name.
Inside Google's Secret Lab
Inside Google's Secret Lab - Last February, Astro Teller, the director of Google's secretive research lab, Google X, went to seek approval from Chief Executive Officer Larry Page for an unlikely acquisition.
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The Big Bang Island Theory
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Google Co-Founder's Latest Medical Condition Could Be Tied to Autoimmunity
Detroit - May 21, 2013 - Larry Page, co-founder of Google, recently announced he is suffering from paralyzed vocal cords.
Tue May 21, 2013
IEEE Security & Privacy
Project Glass: An Extension of the Self
Soon, Google Glass will be worn by many users as part of the Glass Explorers Program.
Mon May 20, 2013
Larry Page wants you to stop worrying and let him fix the world
During a Q&A following a rambling conclusion to Google I/O's marathon keynote, Google CEO Larry Page said a few things that hinted at his frustrations with the one platform he can't seem to find the right interfaces for: government.
Sun May 19, 2013
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Why we can't quite seem to make up our minds about Google
We admire Google. We're impressed by Google's accomplishments. But we're wary of Google's relentless ambition and its at-times curious thoughts about our world.
The week in cloud: Google and Microsoft in slap fight while IBM and SAP play hot hands
Google I/O, which saw the public launch of Google Compute Engine, also spawned a "I know you are, what am I," slapfest between two companies that would like to unseat Amazon Web Services as the king of public cloud.
U.S. Lawmakers Express Privacy Concerns Over Google Glass
Eight members of Congress say they're concerned Google's wearable computer, Google Glass, could violate the privacy "of the average American." The lawmakers said they worry Google Glass users could identify people on the street and access individuals' addresses, marital status, work history and hobbies, The Hill reported Friday.
Fri May 17, 2013
Mark Zuckerberg's birthday party hits a snag
Congratulations on making it to Friday! Clearly, the big tech news this week was Google I/O , their annual developer conference.
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Is Google a Buy?
The following video is from Friday's Motley Fool Money roundtable discussion with host Chris Hill, and analysts Ron Gross, James Early, and Charly Travers.
Microsoft responds to Larry Page remarks, but Oracle is quiet
Microsoft has responded to a high-profile put-down by Google CEO Larry Page , but Oracle, at least for now, won't be drawn into a public fight with the executive.
Thu May 16, 2013
Numberology: The milestone Google stock passed while it was kicking ass and taking numbers
Not only did its I/O conference for developers kick off with the announcement the company had entered the streaming music business , and the reveal of its co-founder Larry Page's new voice , but it hit the $300 billion valuation milestone, and $900 per share.
From tablets mounted on bicycle helmets to phones strapped to your...
They range from a bizarre contraption built on top of a bicycle helmet to a pair of mobile phones strapped to a head.
Wed May 15, 2013
The future of Google: Jazzy maps and music
The tech community may have wanted to hear more about the ultimate availability of Google Glass, but Google's augmented reality spectacles took a backseat to Maps, Music, Google + and search during a three-hour plus keynote session Wednesday at the Google I/O developer conference.
Page speaks out on vocal cord paralysis
Google co-founder and chief Larry Page ended the mystery about his soft, sometimes raspy voice with a personal online post on Tuesday about being diagnosed with partially paralysed vocal cords.
Inside Bay Area
Cassidy: Google CEO Larry Page's vocal cord ailment says much about Silicon Valley
Larry Page's announcement that he suffers from partial vocal cord paralysis has put the Google CEO in the odd spot of giving voice to a disease that can leave its sufferers voiceless.