Posts Tagged ‘Google’

 

Former NSA, CIA head: Terrorists go for Gmail

Terrorists: You've got Gmail. Former NSA and CIA Director Michael Hayden said Google's free email service is the preferred form of communication for terrorists around the world, the Washington Post reported.

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Google's Indian bred VP Gomes aiming to create new mobile centric interface

Washington, Sept.12 : Google's Tanzania-born, India-bred, U.S.-educated vice-president of search Ben Gomes believes the next frontier of search is to build or create an interface much like talking to a person and asking a question.

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Yahoo! Overtakes Google In Us Web Traffic

Analysis of US internet use suggests Yahoo! attracted more people to its web services than Google for the first time in over two years.

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Google's N. America web traffic bigger than FB, Netflix and Instagram combined

Washington, July 24 : Search engine giant Google on an average day reportedly handles 25 percent of web traffic running through North American ISPs which makes it bigger than Facebook, Netflix and Instagram combined.

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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Nokia, Verizon Communications, Microsoft, Apple and Google

The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Nokia, Verizon Communications, Microsoft, Apple and Google

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Firefox takes on smartphone powers Apple, Google

SAN FRANCISCO: Mozilla, makers of the popular Firefox Internet browser, is preparing to challenge Google and Apple's grip on smartphone software.

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39;People will give up a MacBook Air for this': Google challenges Apple with high-end laptop

Google unveils a touchscreen notebook computer designed for high-end users, throwing down a gauntlet for Apple and its MacBooks.

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Hipster Fashion for Google Glass, No Mouse for Chrome OS Laptop

In today's mobile news roundup: Google enlists Warby Parker for Google Glass frame design; Google to launch touchscreen Chrome OS laptop; Yota Devices taps MegaFon in dual-screen smartphone debut; IBM launched a new mobile solutions platform; the FCC adopts new Continue reading

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Breakfast Briefing: Google blocks Adblock Plus, how Anonymous helped trace hackers, Azure's fast cloud

Today's top tech stories include Google ad blocking, Anonymous hacking data used to trace Chinese spies and how cloud services rate for speed

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The delusions that companies have about the cloud

Despite the inexorable move to the cloud, some companies cling to the idea that the risks outweigh the benefits. Dave Girouard, former President of Enterprise for Google, argues that the logic these skeptics use is, well, "insane."

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