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  • Top Google searches of 2014: Robin Williams, World Cup, Ebola

    Top Google searches of 2014: Robin Williams, World Cup, Ebola
    Sorry Kim Kardashian, you didn't break the Internet this year. The honor of being the No. 1 trending search on Google actually went to Robin Williams. The Mountain View, Calif., search engine giant released its annual list of top trending items Tuesday....
  • Disney's new initiatives aimed at mobile device users

    Disney's new initiatives aimed at mobile device users
    Walt Disney Co. on Friday revealed a slate of digital initiatives, announcing a new partnership with Wal-Mart around movies, teasing the unveiling of a redesigned ESPN.com and showing how a growing number of YouTube stars would have their own apps....
  • For Google's self-driving cars, learning to deal with the bizarre is essential

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. In 700,000 miles of navigating roads, Google's self-driving cars have encountered just about everything including an elderly woman in a motorized wheelchair flailing a broom at a duck she was chasing around the street. Apparently...
  • Yahoo to replace Google as default search engine for Firefox browsers

    Yahoo to replace Google as default search engine for Firefox browsers
    Yahoo Inc struck a deal with Firefox maker Mozilla Corp to replace Google Inc as the default search engine on the Firefox Web browser in the United States, a move that Yahoo Chief Executive Marissa Mayer said will help boost its flagging search market...
  • Google, Apple compete for a place in your dashboard

    Apple and Google want to get in your car. The tech giants have partnered with automakers to bring technology into vehicles that’s familiar and intuitive. Both sides are hoping to solve a problem that has been vexing drivers for years: The...
  • Old media meets new media, and they like each other

    Old media meets new media, and they like each other
    It started out as a titanic clash between old and new media — and sort of petered out. Earlier this year, Google Inc. and Viacom settled what had been billed as a landmark lawsuit over alleged copyright violations at YouTube, which Google acquired...
  • What We Know About the New Audi Q7

     
    The Audi Q7 may be a bit long in the tooth but it is the epitome of a luxury SUV. The new Audi Q7 ??? lighter, more efficient, larger on the inside ??? turns down the wagon road in terms......
  • EU lawmakers consider urging Google to be split up

    The European Union’s parliament is considering a proposal that pushes for Google’s dominant search engine business to be split from its other “commercial services,” according to media reports. European lawmakers have long...
  • Fantasy strategy for Week 12: Trade for power or depth based on your record

    If you're league's trade deadline is coming up, or your league simply doesn't have one, it's time to think about last-ditch moves you may need to make to prepare for the playoffs. I see two sides to this strategy, and the one you choose depends on...
  • Walter Isaacson on 'The Innovators'

    Walter Isaacson on 'The Innovators'
    We think of innovators in general, and the giants of the Digital Age in particular, as lone geniuses. But just as the heralded designs attributed to visionary architects such as Frank Gehry and Renzo Piano are actually group efforts produced by...
  • Apple and Google make inroads into your car

    Apple and Google make inroads into your car
    Apple and Google want to get in your car. The tech giants have partnered with automakers to bring technology into vehicles that's familiar and intuitive. Both sides are hoping to solve a problem that has been vexing drivers for years: The inability to...