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Topic - Google
Google officials are in Santa Fe Friday to help small businesses build an Internet presence.
Google has a new patent, and privacy activists aren't especially happy. The technology company is pushing for a new contact lens that carries a tiny little embedded camera -- a touted benefit for society that could help visually impaired wearers avoid hazardous objects and stretch their peripheral vision, researchers said.
A Google vice president will become the new dean of Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science.
A federal agency having trouble adapting to the Internet age has finally stopped charging customers for one senator's reports — but is still charging for thousands of other documents that are available online, for free, and reachable through a simple Google search.
"Yay, it's Nick! How can I help?"
Mayor Bill de Blasio is pushing back his self-imposed deadline to ban horse-drawn carriages from New York City's streets.
Want to create the next Google? The University of Maryland, College Park wants to help you get there.
Where some see a queue of engineers awaiting private commuter shuttles, one San Francisco startup sees an opportunity to lure talent from top Silicon Valley tech firms.
Google Glass is like a fickle friend. Surprises await, such as the time it took a photo of my ceiling while I was making carrot and ginger soup.
The agency that congressional watchdogs criticized for charging other agencies tens of millions of dollars to buy reports already freely available online is actually charging people to buy the very watchdog report that criticizes it for charging people.
Google executive Jacquelline Fuller has resigned in protest from the board of international poverty ministry World Vision amid a growing call for her departure after the group's decision to reinstate its policy excluding gay Christians from becoming missionaries.
Amazon is making a bid to enter living rooms with Amazon Fire TV, a new streaming device that delivers online video, music and other content to televisions.
Officials with the U.S. Department of Agriculture will host an online forum to discuss types of credit and financing options available to new farmers and ranchers.
Google uses toys in a video showing how it responds to search warrants.
In the market for smartphones, Microsoft's Windows Phone 8 system is barely there. It's dwarfed by Apple's iOS and Google's Android systems in both attention and sales.