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  • Start-ups are searching for users, not a fight with Google

     
    An interesting trend is emerging among Web search start-ups: Nobody wants to compete with Google -- or they don't want to admit that they're trying. Perhaps it's not all that surprising. The Mountain View, Calif., search giant dominates the market,...
  • Insert virtual coin to play Pac-Man on Google [Updated]

     
    Google Doodle comes out with its first interactive logo: a playable homage to Pac-Man....
  • Obama on immigration: System's broken, fence won't work, Arizona's wrong, beware demagoguery

     
    Full text of the Democrat's latest remarks on immigration. No specifics or timetable for fixing it. will Congress have the courage?...
  • Reel China: Will it play in Peoria and Shanghai?

    Reel China: Will it play in Peoria and Shanghai?
    Moviegoers in China enthusiastically see American films, yet the reverse is almost never true. But you'd think if there would be someone who might bridge the divide — someone whose personal background, connections and professional expertise could...
  • Google's first hire, Craig Silverstein, leaves for start-up

    Google's first hire, Craig Silverstein, leaves for start-up
    Google's first hired employee, Craig Silverstein, is leaving the tech giant where he's worked since its founding to sign on with the rising education start-up Khan Academy. Silverstein -- who was technically Google's third employee, after co-founders...
  • The Google doodle: A highly creative home page homage

    The Google doodle: A highly creative home page homage
    Photographer Robert Doisneau is known for Parisian street scenes that reflected his fascination with what he called "the marvels of daily life." Four of his images — including his famous (if posed) 1950 picture of a kissing couple — graced...
  • Inventiveness pays at colleges

    The nicotine patch. Google. The hepatitis B vaccine. Music synthesizer chips. Computerized war games. And a really tasty strawberry. Those are just a few of the thousands of inventions that were born on the campuses of California, making the state's...
  • Media monoliths muddying markets?

    Today, Reynolds and McChesney address media consolidation. Previously, they debated the future of airwave regulation, newspaper viability, the state of contemporary news media and the value of traditional journalism. Old media matter By Robert W....
  • Rajeev Motwani dies at 47; Stanford professor mentored Google founders

    Rajeev Motwani dies at 47; Stanford professor mentored Google founders
    Rajeev Motwani, a leading computer scientist and Stanford University professor who developed new ways to search enormous databases and mentored the founders of Google, has died. He was 47. Motwani apparently drowned in the pool at his Atherton, Calif.,...
  • Google aims to take on Facebook with new social feature called 'Buzz'

     
    Google tries again to gain a foothold in booming social networking business...
  • Google's Sergey Brin says he's optimistic about staying in China

     
    Google's Sergey Brin says he's optimistic about his company staying and operating in China...