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L.A. Times Tech BlogGoogle's earnings fell short of what analysts were expecting on Thursday, sending shares in the tech giant sinking to a six-month low in after-hours trading. But while the lower than expected performance from Google marked just the fifth time in the...
L.A. Times Tech BlogEric Schmidt, Google's former CEO, is getting a big raise. In his new role as Google's executive chairman, Schmidt will earn a annual base salary of $1.25 million, the company said in an SEC filing. That isn't all. Schmidt is eligible for some bonsues,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterRemember when Wall Street was gaga over Google? Despite its quirky approach to business, Google Inc. became a favorite among investors as the company best positioned to cash in on the digital media revolution. The Internet search giant's shares first hit...
EFELos asuntos tributarios de Google Inc serán revisados nuevamente el miércoles en Reino Unido, cuando el líder del opositor partido Laborista acuse a la compañía de internet de hacer "esfuerzos extraordinarios" para evitar pagar impuestos. El líder...
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The Sacramento BeeSouth Florida's pitch to host Super Bowl L was mailed in a three-inch-thick plastic binder to NFL owners two weeks ago. The Bay Area's bid arrived in a more modern package. Every owner was sent a white acrylic case with the Super Bowl logo and the...
With a lightweight metal and plastic frame, Glass looks something like a pair of high-tech spectacles without traditional lenses. Here are some specifications: >> Hardware: High-resolution display, 5-megapixel camera, bone conduction transducer for...
Google's glasses may one day whisper in your ear an old acquaintance's name when you unexpectedly bump into them at a party. Google's car will drive itself in years — not decades. And what if Google's search engine could predict a question you...
Tribune reporterGoogle executive chairman Eric Schmidt imagines a day when struggling to remember someone's name at a party will be a thing of the past. In a wide-ranging talk on the future of technology in our lives and politics at the Economic Club of Chicago...
Tags: Networking, China, Beijing (China), Cell Phones, North Korea
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — For Google CEO Larry Page, happiness is a warm computer. "Technology should do the hard work so people can get on doing the things that make them happiest in life," Page told a crowd of 6,000 software developers and...
San Jose Mercury NewsSilicon Valley's tech heavyweights are joining forces with the 49ers to "make football even better" while Bay Area celebrities are pitching elegant dinners and huge events for what they promise will be "the biggest, most memorable Super Bowl ever."...
From the Chicago TribuneOnce upon a time, long long ago, the personal computer transformed the global economy, made heroes of nerds and gave everyday people the processing power once reserved for space scientists. Now, of course, smartphones and tablets are turning PCs into...
VarietyReality shingle 44 Blue Productions has inked an exclusive deal with Jesse Draper to bring Draper's web series "The Valley Girl Show" to TV, and develop a biz competish show titled "What Women (Really) Want." Draper, who logged years on Nickelodeon's...
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