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Google has switched the tagline on its Palestinian website, replacing the words “Palestinian territories” with “Palestine” in both English and Arabic. Google spokesman Nathan Tyler said the company consulted "a number of...
Money & CompanyRestaurants in November turned in their best performance in five months and are looking forward to solid sales and a better economy in 2012, according to a major trade group....
L.A. Times Tech BlogGo Daddy Group Inc. is negotiating to sell itself for more than $2 billion to a private investment group led by KKR & Co. and Silverlake Partners. The talks were confirmed by a person familiar with the negotiations between the......
Move over, dot-com — get ready for dot-anything. The group that governs Internet domain names is opening up the system so that companies and organizations can apply to create their own versions of .com, .org or .gov. Under the new rules, instead of...
L.A. Times Tech BlogMove over .com, get ready for .anything .you .can .think .of. The body that controls the way Internet domain names work, known as ICANN, has voted to open up the naming system so that any established organization with enough cash......
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