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  • Photos: Google releases renderings of proposed new HQ campus

    Photos: Google releases renderings of proposed new HQ campus
    Google wants to transform its Silicon Valley headquarters, replacing static, concrete structures with flexible blocks of metal and glass arranged within giant greenhouses. On Friday, the company submitted the redevelopment plan to the Mountain View City...
  • Youtube lanzará una plataforma de videos infantiles la próxima semana

    Youtube lanzará una plataforma de videos infantiles la próxima semana
    Youtube lanzará la próxima semana una nueva aplicación para niños, que funcionará en smartphones y tabletas y que se centrará en contenido apropiado para el público infantil. La aplicación gratuita de video online, propiedad de Google Inc's, estará...
  • Why Apple is charged up about the electric car business

    Why Apple is charged up about the electric car business
    Is Apple really setting its sights on developing electric cars? Although the computer and smartphone giant has yet to comment, the answer seems to be "yes." Last week the Wall Street Journal reported that the Cupertino, Calif., company has created a...
  • YouTube to release kids app to ease parents' worries

    YouTube to release kids app to ease parents' worries
    YouTube is going to release a mobile app that will only show video clips suitable for young children to help parents control what their kids are watching on the Internet. The YouTube for Kids app scheduled to be released Monday will only work on...
  • YouTube to launch kids app

    YouTube to launch kids app
    Move over, millennials and teens, YouTube's got a new audience it's trying to woo: kids. The Google-owned video platform confirmed on Thursday that it is launching an app that allows younger audiences to find age-appropriate videos on topics they want...
  • Katy Perry's fireworks sometimes come from wearable tech

    Katy Perry's fireworks sometimes come from wearable tech
    Wearable technology means Google Glass or Apple Watch to most. But for a few designers and fashionistas — including Katy Perry — it sometimes refers to skirts, dresses, handbags and suits. Perry became a client of a brand called...
  • Google's latest doodle a bit misleading

    Google's latest doodle a bit misleading
    If you visited the Google.com homepage Wednesday, you probably saw the company's latest animated "doodle."  But unless you are a history buff, it might lead you to believe that the doodle's honoree, Alessandro Volta, invented the light bulb or...
  • Google removed more than 524 million 'bad' ads last year

    Google removed more than 524 million 'bad' ads last year
    Google cracked down on unscrupulous advertisers last year, disabling more than 524 million bad ads and banning more than 214,000 advertisers who were misusing ads for harmful or deceptive purposes. The search engine giant on Tuesday released its...
  • Yahoo gains search share thanks to Firefox

    Yahoo gains search share thanks to Firefox
    In December,  Yahoo replaced Google as the default search engine on the Firefox browser. The result: Yahoo's highest market share numbers in more than five years. Still, Yahoo is still getting crushed in the search market. The numbers, tracked by Web...
  • Google honors man who created instant ramen

    Google honors man who created instant ramen
    College students and anyone who has ever been on a tight budget should take notice to today's Google Doodle collection.  The series of four Google Doodles honors Momofuku Ando, a Taiwanese-Japanese businessman who is known as one of the inventors of...
  • YouTube brings its huge fan base to music streaming

    YouTube brings its huge fan base to music streaming
    The music industry's move toward paid subscription services, and away from discs and downloads, has been underway for several years. On Wednesday, YouTube joined the party — bringing with it the world's largest audience for popular music and the...