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  • Google to sell Motorola unit to China's Lenovo

    Google to sell Motorola unit to China's Lenovo
    SAN FRANCISCO — Google's deal to sell its Motorola Mobility unit to Lenovo for $2.9 billion delivered a double-barreled shocker to the tech industry as the sale promised to scramble the playing field for mobile devices. The transaction marks an...
  • NASA audit says Google execs saved millions with jet fuel discount

    SAN FRANCISCO -- Google executives got a steep discount on jet fuel from the federal government for their fleet of private aircraft over a six-year period, a new audit from the NASA inspector general says. A company owned by tech billionaires Larry...
  • CEO Dick Costolo is helping Twitter IPO take flight

    SAN FRANCISCO — Dick Costolo doesn't fit the profile of a typical tech start-up chief executive. He's not a twentysomething college dropout. He didn't start Twitter Inc. in his dorm room. And he doesn't wear a hoodie. At 50, with a balding...
  • Twitter has good news for shareholders: one class of shares

    SAN FRANCISCO -- As Twitter made public its stealth filing for an initial public offering, it parted with some of its Silicon Valley brethren by saying it would only issue one class of shares, meaning it plans to give all shareholders a vote. Unlike...
  • Google goes old school to celebrate 15th birthday

    Google goes old school to celebrate 15th birthday
    To celebrate its 15th anniversary, Google is letting users time travel and see what the search engine website looked like when it launched. When users go to Google.com and search for "Google in 1998" the website transforms from its modern 2013 design to...
  • Google celebrates 15th birthday in garage where it was born

    Google celebrates 15th birthday in garage where it was born
    MENLO PARK, Calif. -- Google went back to where it all began Thursday, to the Menlo Park garage where founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin first dreamed of a better search engine. The company opened up the Silicon Valley landmark to the media to...
  • To celebrate its quinceañera, Google offers Doodle piñata to whack

    To celebrate its quinceañera, Google offers Doodle piñata to whack
    A 15th birthday, or quinceañera, is a very special occasion for young Latinas. It's also apparently very important for Google. The search giant has been pulling out all the stops this week to make its 15th anniversary a memorable one. It's latest...
  • Pentagon approves military use of iPhones and iPads

    The U.S. Defense Department on Friday approved the use of iOS devices for its network and systems, setting up a fight among Apple, Samsung and BlackBerry for the department's business. The Pentagon said it will allow the use of Apple devices running iOS...
  • Google CEO Larry Page opens up about his vocal cord problem

    Google CEO Larry Page opens up about his vocal cord problem
    Google CEO Larry Page has come forward with the reason why he missed key company events in 2012. In a Google+ blog, the company co-founder said lingering problems with his voice caused him to miss Google's shareholders meeting and developers...
  • Review: 'Lean In' by Sheryl Sandberg

    When Sheryl Sandberg was pregnant with her first child, she was a senior executive at Google. She had gained a lot of weight — 70 pounds — and suffered nausea throughout the pregnancy. Google's parking lots were vast, and she would lumber...
  • Burning Man's big hangup: cellphones

    Burning Man's big hangup: cellphones
    There's no running water, no plumbing, no electrical outlets. The environment is so forbidding in this vast and dusty desert that there aren't even insects. So it's not the kind of place to expect full bars on your smartphone. Of course, that's a big...