Meet Google's Baddest Engineer, Jeff Dean (GOOG)

Meet Google's Baddest Engineer, Jeff Dean (GOOG)

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New Jeff Dean is one of Google's most popular engineers, ever. The software genius is widely credited by Googlers for the blazing speed of the company's famed search engine.  Dean has been with Google since 1999 and his engineering prowess and popularity have inspired "Jeff Dean Facts". You know those Chuck Norris...
Meet Google's Baddest Engineer, Jeff Dean (GOOG)
                                       

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Google's Massively Popular Nexus 4 Phone Will Be Back In Stock Today At Noon Eastern (GOOG)

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Google has had a tough time keeping its flagship Nexus 4 phone in stock. While this isn't a bad thing for the search giant, it is for consumers who want to get their hands on the natively unlocked device.  Today, customers who want to purchase the Nexus 4 may be...
Google's Massively Popular Nexus 4 Phone Will Be Back In Stock Today At Noon Eastern (GOOG)

10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (SSNLF, YHOO, GOOG, AAPL, FB)

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Morning! Here's the news. After, come back to SAI for live news and analysis all day. Verizon will sell a high-end Lumia phone from Nokia this year. Microsoft reported earnings yesterday, but didn't disclose Windows 8 or Surface sales. Speculation that the next iPhone will have a fingerprint reader is...
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Beyond Google Fiber: Google looks to create its own experimental wireless network

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Look out, wireless carriers: Google (GOOG) may have its eye on shaking up your business as well. The Wall Street Journal reports that Google "is trying to create an experimental wireless network covering its Mountain View, Calif., headquarters" that "could portend the creation of dense and superfast Google wireless networks...
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Google reportedly 'actively exploring' the smartwatch market

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In October, Google (GOOG) was granted a patent for a smartwatch with a flip-up display, however it was assumed that the concept, like most patents, would never move beyond the drawing board. A new report from Business Insider claims that the company is now "actively exploring" the idea of producing...
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Nokia CEO Slams Android (NOK, MSFT, GOOG)

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Nokia's CEO Stephen Elop opened the possibility of making an Android phone a few weeks ago in an interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais. Today, he's changing his tune. Elop addressed Android on Nokia's earnings call this morning, saying the company is still committed to the Windows Phone operating system...
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THE END OF SMARTPHONES: Google Is Working On A 'Smart Watch' Of Its Own (GOOG, AAPL)

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Google is actively exploring the idea of making its own smart watch, a source briefed on the plans tells Business Insider. Specifically, it is looking at ways it might be able to market this device. This makes sense for a few reasons. For starters, Google recently secured a patent for a smart watch...
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Google applies for license to build experimental wireless network at Mountain View

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Google's learned quite a lot about internet provision through its wired Fiber service, and now it appears to be preparing a localized wireless network. El Goog has solicited the FCC for a license to built an "experimental radio service" at its Mountain View lair, which uses bands that current...
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Larry Page Hints Mobile Advertising May Become More Expensive Than Desktop (GOOG)

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Google CEO Larry Page thinks the imbalance between mobile advertising and desktop advertising -- mobile is currently a lot cheaper -- won't last very long, and than ultimately mobile may overtake desktop as a revenue generator for Google. He also suggested that Google may have made a huge strategic error...
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