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Autonomous cars to solve everything

May 23, 2011
This according to Google scientist and Stanford professor Sebastian Thrun, in a speech delivered on Saturday at a conference. Thrun says that...
Posted In: cars, Google, robots, Transportation

"Too creepy for Google" barrier somehow met

May 20, 2011
Eric Schmidt says Google can build a facial recognition database but won't. So...that's comforting. I think. Speaking at the Google "Big Tent"...
Posted In: Google, privacy, security

Google is fixing that big screaming Android hole

May 19, 2011
Yesterday we told you about a massive security flaw in Android devices. 99.7% of Android items had a hole where, if you were on an unsecured...
Posted In: android, Google

Rockefeller goes after Google and Apple some more

May 19, 2011
Senator Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) continues to plant his flag squarely on the territory of online privacy. His latest play is to send a letter to...
Posted In: apple, Google, rockefeller, Senate

Apple gets labels on board for streaming music

May 19, 2011
The long anticipated Apple streaming music service is reportedly ALMOST here. It's been almost here for a while, maybe we should call it...
Posted In: Amazon, apple, Google, itunes, Music

Bing is more Facebooky

May 17, 2011
Bing, the Art Garfunkel of search engines, rolled out some new features today that make the searching experience more social than before. The new...
Posted In: bing, Facebook, Google

More privacy hearings in Washington

May 17, 2011
Sounding like a broken record here, I know. Last week it was a Senate Judiciary subcommittee holding hearings on what Apple and Google were doing...
Posted In: apple, Congress, Facebook, Google, privacy, Senate

Trust all my company's data to Google? Well, don't mind if I d... Oh, wait.

May 13, 2011
Here's an update related to our show from this morning: We told you about Google's upcoming release of the Chromebook. It's a computer that...
Posted In: chromebook, cloud computing, Google

PROTECT IP: Sharper claws, better name

May 11, 2011
Everyone in DC knows that if you want to give your bill a good shot at passing, you need two things:...
Posted In: COICA, counterfeit, cybercrime, Google, intellectual property, internet censorship, leahy, piracy, protect ip, search engines, wyden

Everybody wants to know where you are

May 10, 2011
As the Senate gathers today to hear from Apple and Google about their location data collection practices, the Wall Street Journal explores all the...
Posted In: apple, Google, location, privacy

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