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Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles TimesGoogle Glass — Sergey Brin's video-recording, personal-computing, augmented-reality baby – has stirred the Big Brother fears. It seems the more ......
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.First, Dennis Rodman. Now, the Pirate Bay. The controversial file-sharing website said it is now operating out of North Korea, after recently being forced out of Sweden. The Pirate Bay said Kim-Jong Un invited the website to North Korea, and the site'...
Google has agreed to pay $82 million to support “digital publishing initiatives” at French newspapers and other publishers under an agreement announced Friday. The investment is part of a deal between the company and the French government...
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Google unveiled its new maps of North Korea on Monday, beginning to fill what was once a blank expanse on its digital maps with streets, subway stops and even the locations of infamous North Korean prison camps. The crowdsourced maps were created by...
Emails to and from the late Steve Jobs may show that several tech companies, including Apple, adopted a "no-hire" policy in which they agreed not to recruit one another's top talent. The emails were made public Tuesday by a federal judge presiding...
BEIJING — Could Google drag North Korea kicking and screaming into the 21st century? Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of the world’s most popular search engine, on Thursday urged the world’s most Internet-shy nation to open up or...
Google Fiber, the Internet search giant's super-fast Internet experiment in Kansas City, Mo., that operates at a speed 100 times faster than a typical broadband connection, could be coming to a city near you. During Google's fourth-quarter earnings...
A freelance diplomatic foray to North Korea by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Google executive Eric Schmidt has kicked up both controversy and expectations of insights into the inscrutable Hermit Kingdom. State Department officials...
This post has been updated. See the note below for details.SAN FRANCISCO -- Eric Schmidt, Google's ambassador in chief, is going where few Internet executives have gone: North Korea. Google's executive chairman will take part in a private trip led by former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, sources told The...
If you are having trouble getting back into the swing of work today (hello, friend!) then consider spending a few moments in front of Google's interactive resolutions map, where you can see the new year's resolutions of people around the world. It's...
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World NowWorld's most powerful radio telescope to be split between South Africa, Australia and NZ: South African politicans and scientists were jubilant Friday after a decision to locate the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) radio telescope in South Africa, Australia...
TechnologyWith Facebook's S-1 filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission for what is set to be a blockbuster IPO in May worth at least $5 billion, Mark Zuckerberg is now firmly sitting among Silicon Valley's top CEOs, if he wasn't already. And, likely with...
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