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Female Entrepreneurs Take the Spotlight at White House's First Demo Day
White House

Female Entrepreneurs Take the Spotlight at White House's First Demo Day

Facebook, Airbnb and Microsoft announced new plans to hire more women and minorities. More than 90 startups were represented at the event.
Google Glass Is Creeping Back
Google Glass

Google Glass Is Creeping Back

The tech company is reportedly launching a new version aimed at businesses and without the histrionics that accompanied the product's initial debut.
Laura Entis
Google Refuses French Request to Apply 'Right to Be Forgotten' Globally
Google

Google Refuses French Request to Apply 'Right to Be Forgotten' Globally

The majority of searches made from Europe are done through local versions of Google, the company argues.
Google Can Now Tell People When Your Business Is Too Busy to Visit
Google

Google Can Now Tell People When Your Business Is Too Busy to Visit

Fueled by GPS data, the all-seeing Internet giant is showing consumers the not-so-best times to visit your establishment.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Google Admits Defeat and Guts a Key Part of Google+
Google Plus

Google Admits Defeat and Guts a Key Part of Google+

'While we got certain things right, we made a few choices that, in hindsight, we've needed to rethink.'
Jillian D'Onfro
What Google Is Really Doing by Giving Away Patents
Patents

What Google Is Really Doing by Giving Away Patents

How the tech giant's plan will and won't help startups.
A Small Business in Montana Just Won $1.5 Million for Ocean Health Technology
Innovation

A Small Business in Montana Just Won $1.5 Million for Ocean Health Technology

As carbon dioxide is burned to fuel our lives, a percentage of that carbon ends up in the world's oceans. The first step in fixing the problem is being able to accurately measure it. That's what Sunburst Sensors is doing.
Catherine Clifford
Google's Self-Driving Cars Crash 'Surprisingly Often' -- But Other Drivers Are Always at Fault
Self-Driving Cars

Google's Self-Driving Cars Crash 'Surprisingly Often' -- But Other Drivers Are Always at Fault

The automated vehicles have been hit by human drivers a total of 14 times since testing began in 2009, according to project director Chris Urmson.
Geoff Weiss
Why Google's New Beacon Platform Is a Threat to Apple's iBeacon
beacons

Why Google's New Beacon Platform Is a Threat to Apple's iBeacon

While Apple's Bluetooth technology only works with iPhones, Google's Eddystone works with iOS and Android operating systems.
Laura Entis
SEO Is So Hard That Even Google Needs Help With It
SEO

SEO Is So Hard That Even Google Needs Help With It

Google is hiring an SEO expert in order to help improve Google searches about Google.
Geoff Weiss
Google Wins Dismissal of Android Privacy Lawsuit
Privacy Concerns

Google Wins Dismissal of Android Privacy Lawsuit

Android users said the company violated its own privacy policy by disclosing their names, email addresses and account locations to third parties without permission.
The Fresh Approach of Google's Star Recruiter
Hiring

The Fresh Approach of Google's Star Recruiter

Three hiring pointers from the man who took Google from 3,000 to 53,000 employees
Mariah DeLeon
Google Pilots Carpooling Program That Could Challenge Uber
Ridesharing Apps

Google Pilots Carpooling Program That Could Challenge Uber

Israel-based, Google-owned Waze announced a carpooling app RideWith.
Catherine Clifford