Google's Motorola laying off 20 percent of its workforce as it focuses on a few good phones
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Max Levchin Says Marissa Mayer's "Very Ballsy Move" to CEO of Yahoo Was the Reason He Finally Took Board Seat

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When I asked him to talk to me about why he decided to finally became a director at Yahoo, after what was a very long mulling that started even before former Google exec Marissa Mayer became CEO, Max Levchin alerted me earlier today to a very solid post he...
Max Levchin Says Marissa Mayer's "Very Ballsy Move" to CEO of Yahoo Was the Reason He Finally Took Board Seat

Microsoft updates Bing Desktop app for Windows XP and higher

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Previously only enjoyed by Windows 7 users, Microsoft has updated its Bing Desktop app to play nice with all modern versions of Windows going all the way back to XP. The OS' latest iteration already packs a slew of Bing-powered applications, but none of them replicate the app's headlining...
Microsoft updates Bing Desktop app for Windows XP and higher

Alibaba Group's Taobao Removed From "Notorious Markets" List By US

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The US announced on Thursday that Taobao Marketplace, owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group, has been removed from its yearly list of the world’s most “notorious markets,” so-called because they are rampant with pirated and counterfeit goods. The report from the Office of the United States Trade Representative said...
Alibaba Group's Taobao Removed From "Notorious Markets" List By US

Google settles Belgian press copyright suit amicably

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Google took to its European blog today, and announced that it has reached a settlement with Belgian publishers that launched a suit against it six years ago. In the suit, the publishers argued that Google linked to cached copies and utilized portions of French-language content illegally. All litigation has been...
Google settles Belgian press copyright suit amicably
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Next iPad Mini to Have Retina Display?

www.macrumors.com
While critics loved the iPad mini, the biggest complaint concerned the device's screen, which does not have a Retina resolution like Apple's larger iPad. Retina seems like a logical update for Apple's second generation iPad mini, and a report from Digitimes today says that Apple is indeed planning to increase...
Next iPad Mini to Have Retina Display?

FTC Now Likely To Admit That Google Does Not, In Fact, Violate Antitrust

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A few months ago, there were rumors that the FTC was ready to go after Google with antitrust charges, though we couldn't figure out how this made sense. At first the story was that it was abusing its search position, but there was little evidence to support it. Then there...
FTC Now Likely To Admit That Google Does Not, In Fact, Violate Antitrust
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An iPhone Detour to Google Maps

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Google's new mapping app quickly became the most downloaded free application for the iPhone....
An iPhone Detour to Google Maps

Google streamlines Map Maker editing process with updated review interface

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Google has updated the review interface for its Google Map Maker product in order to improve readability in the editing process. In a post announcing the changes, the Maps team called out a new filter and ranking system for edits, color coding for different aspects of a feature, the ability...
Google streamlines Map Maker editing process with updated review interface
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