(Credit: Yahoo Finance) If you're keeping score -- and who doesn't these days? -- it now costs more to buy a share of Apple than to purchase a share of Google. To be sure, this is more about bragging rights than anything else as the market capitalization is the truer indicator of value, and on that score Apple long ago surpassed Google's market cap. In fact, Apple is actually worth three times as much as Google. Apple, however, still has a long way to go before its per-share price can compare with Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, which is currently trading at a whopping $121,156. Bragging rights go to Apple as per-share price now tops Google | Apple
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Exposure to Air Pollution in Utero May Be a Factor In Children's Later Behavior Problems <img src="http://timewellness.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/109862240pahcrop.jpg?w=480&h=320&crop=1" alt="Pregnant woman surrounded by smoke" title="Pregnant woman surrounded by smoke"/> Pregnant women who are exposed to high levels of air pollution may be putting their children at increased risk of developing anxiety, depression and attention problems, a new study finds. In urban areas, nearly everyone is exposed to pollution, particularly to compounds called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) — the byproduct of burning fossil fuels, tobacco and other organic material. Exposure to PAHs in car exhaust and cigarette smoke can be detected in the air and in the blood, and researchers reporting this week in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives say that 100% of the New York City women participating in a study of children’s environmental health had detectable levels of PAH in their homes. Even more concerning, the scientists, led by Dr.
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Manila (Philippine Daily Inquirer/ANN) - Philippine telecom firms lose millions of pesos in revenues annually to hundreds of illegal operators that bypass global payment systems to convert long-distance calls to domestic. A leading telecom executive on Tuesday described the magnitude of the problem following the arrest on Friday of three Taiwanese nationals and their Filipino cohort for allegedly running a call bypass fraud syndicate from their condo units in Makati City. The arrests were made by the National Bureau of Immigration on a complaint from Smart Communications Inc. Hundreds of hackers linked to telco fraud in Philippines
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The Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has rolled out a customized van that will monitor traffic and disasters in areas not covered by its closed-circuit television (CCTV) system. The Mobile Metrobase, a converted Hyundai Starex, has four CCTV monitors and has a high-resolution camera mounted on its roof, MMDA said. It can record and relay footage to the MMDA command center in Makati City through a wireless network. The three technician-operators assigned to the Mobile Metrobase will be in direct communication with the command center and the MMDA Flood Control Information Center. MMDA rolls out customized CCTV van
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Arizona Bill That Would Criminalize Online Speech To Be Revamped After Outcry You can still write annoying, profane things about this story -- at least for now. Arizona legislators are expected to amend a controversial bill that experts say could stifle free speech online and violate the First Amendment. But free speech experts say the anticipated changes to the bill -- which will be made before sending the legislation to Gov. Jan Brewer (R) -- may not fix the major flaws in the proposal, which passed both legislative houses last week. “The Internet would shut down if this bill were judged to be constitutionally sound -- everything annoying or offensive said online would be caught up in it,” said Derek Bambauer, a professor at Brooklyn Law School who specializes in Internet law and may work with the Arizona ACLU to challenge the bill.
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Four scientists at British Columbia's Simon Fraser University have helped unlock the genetic code of the deadliest form of breast cancer. The scientists formed part of an international team that mapped the genomes of more than 100 tumours of triple-negative breast cancer, the largest ever genetic analysis of this type of cancer. Their research, published in the scientific journal Nature, found that no two tumours were the same, shedding light on why the cancer is so hard to treat. Dr. Sam Aparicio, study lead, said the research showed that triple negative breast cancer is not just one subtype of breast cancer, but actually extremely complex. "What's extremely motivating with these findings is the opportunity to design clinical trials for patients with triple-negative breast cancer, so we can explore patient responses to treatment at the genetic level and look at ways to improve therapies and outcomes for patients," he said. B.C. scientists map breast cancer genomes - Health
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Google To Build Taiwan Data Center TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Google Inc. is building a data center in Taiwan – its third in Asia after Hong Kong and Singapore – to meet the rapidly growing online demand across the region, the company said Tuesday. The three data centers – with investment totaling $700 million – will provide users with faster, more reliable access to various Google products, the Internet search giant said as its Taiwan facility broke ground in the western county of Changhua. Daniel Alegre, Google's Asian-Pacific president, said at a ceremony that the infrastructure investment was meant to help the company meet the great potential of Internet use in Asia. "More new Internet users are coming online everyday here in Asia than anywhere else in the world," he said. "They are looking for information and entertainment, new business opportunities and better ways to connect with friends and family." Google's three Asian data centers will join its six in the United States and two in Europe.
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CANBERRA (Reuters) - Search giant Google Inc engaged in "misleading and deceptive" conduct by allowing misleading paid advertisements to be shown with Internet search results, an Australian court ruled on Tuesday. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said the ruling meant that not only Google, but other Internet search engines, would now be held responsible for "deceptive paid search results". Google had earlier won a court ruling on the subject, but a full bench of Australia's Federal Court on Tuesday overturned that decision on appeal by the ACCC. In its judgment, the court said between March 2006 and July 2007, Google published search results for queries related to Honda Australia, with results showing paid advertisements for a Honda competitor CarSales. It said the advertisements suggested CarSales was linked to Honda Australia. Google Search Ads Ruled 'Misleading And Deceptive' By Australian Court
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