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Google is accepting requests from Europeans who want to erase unflattering information from the results produced by the world's dominant search engine.
Google's Motorola Mobility handset unit announced Friday it will shutter its North Texas factory by the end of this year, barely a year after it opened with much fanfare as the first smartphone assembly plant in the U.S.
Google has had more trouble diversifying its workforce than its computer scientists have had writing programs that respond to search requests in the blink of an eye or designing cars that can navigate traffic without a human behind the wheel.
plot an escape route on foot from the Yodok concentration camp to the Chinese border, although walking along a major road for 81 hours probably isn’t the best way to avoid getting caught.
The search engine giant released workforce diversity numbers on its official blog Wednesday, revealing that 70 percent of its workforce is male, and 61 percent of its workforce is white.
Google is building a car without a steering wheel.
The day after Memorial Day, Google threw up a full-blown Doodle of custom artwork to mark an occasion they clearly thought was far more important than Memorial Day: the 107th birthday of Rachel Carson, a liar and environmentalist hysteric who killed millions of people with a book.
Europe's moves to rein in Google - including a court ruling this month ordering the search giant to give people a say in what pops up when someone searches their name - may be seen in Brussels as striking a blow for the little guy.
After multiple failed attempts to push net neutrality bills through Congress, and a court-overturned attempt to force similar regulations by an order of the Federal Communications Commission, the administration is now turning to incrementalism in its ongoing crusade to bring the Internet under federal regulation.