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  • With Nest Labs, Google wants to connect your home to the Internet

    With Nest Labs, Google wants to connect your home to the Internet
    SAN FRANCISCO -- For years, Google has been the search engine that connects people to all points on the Internet. Now it also wants to be the company that connects people's homes to the Internet. The search giant said Monday that it agreed to buy Nest...
  • Could a Viral Video Give 'Devil's Due' a Box Office Boost?

    Does digital data offer indicators that can be used to monitor marketing effectiveness and predict box office success? We analyzed this weekend's new movies across Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Google (the methodology behind the numbers is laid out in...
  • AOL Pacts with MiTu, as Hispanic Online Network Keeps Expanding Beyond YouTube

    AOL has cut a content-licensing pact with MiTu Network, a producer of Latino-focused digital video content, which promises to further expand MiTu's reach beyond YouTube. Under the deal, AOL has rights to distribute MiTu's original and partner-produced...
  • Cyber-tech guru offers valuable tips

    Cyber technology is changing so fast it's almost impossible for parents to monitor. In the past, parents knew the world in which their children were growing up and could guide and protect them accordingly. This is no longer assured since the landscape...
  • Google Slammed by Mississippi Attorney General for "Inaction" on Piracy

    Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood is pressing Google to take greater measures to tackle online piracy and other illegal Web activity, saying that the company's "inaction" is "not merely a failure to do the right thing" but "raises serious questions as...
  • Sony's 'Carrie' Promo Prank Cracks YouTube's Year-End Top Video Ranking

    Kimberly Peirce's adaptation of Stephen King's horror classic "Carrie" may have tanked in the box office, but the film's promotional campaign proved to be a viral hit. A web ad for the movie cracked YouTube's year-end list of trending videos, which was...
  • Justin Bieber reportedly leads investment in new social network

    What do you do when you have millions and millions of Twitter followers? One option is to fund your very own social network. Teenage pop star Justin Bieber, the second-most popular person on Twitter with 46.5 million followers, has reportedly led a $1....
  • YouTube's worldwide ad sales are expected to jump 51% to $5.6 billion

    YouTube's worldwide ad sales are expected to jump 51% to $5.6 billion
    Advertisers are projected to spend about $5.6 billion on YouTube this year, a 51% jump over 2012 levels, according to a new analysis from researcher EMarketer. YouTube's corporate parent, Google Inc., doesn't report revenues for the site. Instead, it...
  • The Web Has Peaked and No One Wants to Read Your Tweets

    You're gonna pay in the future. There was a piece in the New York Times recently lamenting the write-for-free mentality of the Internet. The truth is there are two classes -- those who get paid and those who don't. And those who do would never work for...
  • Google, privacy and a sex tape

    Google, privacy and a sex tape
    Max Mosley won fame in the motorsports world as the longtime chief of Formula One's governing body. Five years ago, however, Mosley's notoriety spread far beyond the race circuit, and not in a good way. A British tabloid released a prison-themed...
  • Google banking on Android to help Google+ compete with Facebook

    Google banking on Android to help Google+ compete with Facebook
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google has unsheathed what could be its most powerful weapon yet in the war against Facebook for the hearts and minds of mobile device users: Android. At a news conference in a San Francisco warehouse Tuesday, Google showed off a slew...