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For years, some people who wanted to store files on remote servers in the cloud have been emailing the files to their Gmail accounts, or uploading them to Google’s lightly used Google Docs online productivity suite, even if they had no intention of editing them there.
Caterina Fake is launching a company called Pinwheel.
Google headquarters must be all high-fives today.
The same media frenzy of interest that we see today in the Facebook IPO we saw with Google in 2004...
The music industry is a big supporter of the SOPA bill being considered by Congress right now, which would make it much easier for copyright holders to force Web sites out of business on suspicion that they're hosting copyrighted material.
When Groupon hits the road next week to sell its IPO, the company will be offering 10% of its stock at a $12 billion valuation, Dealbook reports . A $12 billion valuation is pretty good, but Groupon was initially dreaming of a $30 billion valuation.
Today at our TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, Google CEO Eric Schmidt took the stage to give a speech about his thoughts on the future. It was a very interesting talk which spanned a variety of topics. Naturally, the most important topic that Schmidt talked about was search.
It looks like we’re not the only ones doing some crazy things with our logo tonight. Google’s latest logo doodle is currently setting the web on fire — or driving people insane , depending on what you read. Sure, it’s nothing new for Google to change its logo, but today’s variation is particularly interesting because it’s in motion.
Is Google serving up ads targeted at sites which categorize themselves as “extreme porn,” bestiality,” and “child porn”? Rest assured, it is not.
SEO consultant Rob Ousbey has noticed an interesting thing happening to his search results, live updates of results as he types in every letter.
Posted by Ambar Pansari, Product Manager, Search User Experience, and Marissa Mayer, VP, Search Products and User Experience
By JESSICA E. VASCELLARO
Here’s some infographic perspective on the eve of Facebook’s copycat Facebook Places launch, which has some ringing the death knell for location based startups Foursquare and Gowalla . A stroll through the Google graveyard is a lesson in how rarely it works out when successful companies stop focusing on their core competency to go after the little guys.
Quiet a strong move against Apple, and also great way to make a buzz !! :) . by May 24
A very impressive move against Apple by May 24