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SearchThe Internet and Web are about sharing and using information. An important part of that process is finding information, often through search engines like Google.So Much Information in So Little TimeRummaging through books for the word “rosebud” might take days. But searching for “rosebud” on the Web—bigger than millions of books—takes under a second.The Web also transforms the tedious process of looking up cross-references, like “see volume IV page 39.” They’re called clickable links…
Where's Google going next?
Onstage at TED2014, Google CEO Larry Page talks about his far-off vision for the company. It includes aerial bikeways and internet balloons ... and then it gets even more interesting, as Page talks through the company's recent acquisition of Deep Mind, an AI that is learning some surprising things.
Google CEO Larry Page Shares His Philosophy At I/O: “We Should Be Building Great Things That Don’t Exist” – TechCrunch
Today, a day after discussing his voice issues, Google CEO Larry Page took the stage at the I/O keynote. He skipped last year's conference and a few earnings calls due to those same voice problems, which he has noted are improving. Page even did something a little new for I/O -- taking questions at…
Larry Page Spotted Wearing Google Glasses In England! – TechCrunch
There hasn't been a whole lot of news coming out of the Google Zeitgeist event taking place in a posh hotel on the outskirts of London this week, but Google's making some other news in England: its CEO Larry Page has been spotted wearing Google Glasses. The pictures of Page wearing the super-funky augmented reality eyewear are possibly the first -- although his Google co-founder Sergey Brin has also been seen wearing them in the wild. Today's pictures come courtesy of a Google employee, who…
Larry Page Spars With Oracle Attorney at Android Trial
In a retrial at San Francisco federal court, Oracle Corp. has claimed Google's Android smartphone operating system violated its copyright on parts of Java, a development platform. Alphabet Inc.'s Google unit said it should be able to use Java without paying a fee under the fair-use provision of copyright law.