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Google's restructuring means the purchase of more than a few domains from Daniel Negari's web domain registry, XYZ.com.
The search giant is breaking into smaller units and adopting an umbrella-company strategy.
In response to the Stagefright hacking software that leaves the Android system vulnerable, companies are pushing for fast fixes.
Nobody knows everything about doing business on the Internet but it is pretty clear by now what the essentials are.
Facebook, Airbnb and Microsoft announced new plans to hire more women and minorities. More than 90 startups were represented at the event.
The tech company is reportedly launching a new version aimed at businesses and without the histrionics that accompanied the product's initial debut.
The majority of searches made from Europe are done through local versions of Google, the company argues.
Fueled by GPS data, the all-seeing Internet giant is showing consumers the not-so-best times to visit your establishment.
'While we got certain things right, we made a few choices that, in hindsight, we've needed to rethink.'
That is, if we don't stop the killer machines first.
How the tech giant's plan will and won't help startups.
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.
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