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  • How attack on Google's Gmail skirted US security roadblocks

    FBI will investigate Google charges that several hundred Gmail accounts were hacked by perpetrators in China. With the attack, hackers found 'a way around a roadblock,' one expert says.
    06/02/2011 05:43 pm

  • Facebook caught starting smear campaign about Google

    Facebook was caught red handed using a PR firm to try to spread negative news stories about Google through the mainstream press.
    05/13/2011 03:41 am

  • Google I/O kicks off new music service, battles with Apple

    At Google I/O, the company launched its new cloud music service. And as with Amazon, Google did so without much support from the music industry.
    05/10/2011 05:55 pm

  • Kinect hack makes Gmail's April Fools' prank real

    A new Kinect hack lets computers understand American Sign Language, and control Gmail.
    04/05/2011 04:39 pm

  • The best online April Fools' pranks of 2011

    April Fools' Day tends to be a bonanza for tech pranksters – from Twitter-only newspapers to upside-down YouTube pages and browsers that read your facial expressions. This year was no different. Click through for a look at the funniest Web gags of 2011.
    04/01/2011 06:31 pm

  • April Fool's Day history: five best-ever pranks

    April Fool's Day history has been marked by many good pranks, but here are five of the most creative ever.
    04/01/2011 01:29 pm

  • The Reformed Broker What, exactly, is Google?

    The search engine has evolved into something much broader, and it's hard to say exactly what kind of company it is anymore.
    03/23/2011 12:18 pm

  • Horizons Gmail is down? Not anymore, Google says.

    Gmail users weathered four days of intermittent service issues. But now Gmail is back online.
    03/03/2011 03:44 pm

  • Top 5 Google Labs projects

    In the 1990s, many people knew the Internet by a different name: AOL. America Online was the lens through which millions viewed the Web. At the time, there was little reason to look anywhere else. In 2011, Google has come perhaps the closest to once again luring people into a single vision of the Internet – from Google search and YouTube to Gmail and Android phones. To keep people in the Google way of life, the company constantly launches new services. In fact, Google has an official "20 percent" rule that asks every employee to spend "one day a week working on projects that aren't necessarily in our job descriptions." These extracurricular experiments live at, a self-described "playground" where anyone can try out the almost-finished projects. Recent alumni include Google Maps, Alerts, and its SMS text message directory service. The current collection showcases 50-plus "bubbling test tubes." There's no guarantee that any will graduate to full Google status, but here are five projects that are worth donning a virtual lab coat to test for yourself.
    01/03/2011 05:28 pm

  • Africa Monitor Kenyan study on internet use reveals a need for more business presence online

    A study on internet use in Kenya and elsewhere on the continent reveals growing technological savviness and the need for businesses to focus more on marketing themselves online.
    12/30/2010 12:33 pm

Doing Good


What happens when ordinary people decide to pay it forward? Extraordinary change...

Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

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