Editor's Letter: Google glass gone wild

Editor's Letter: Google glass gone wild

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In each issue of Distro, editor-in-chief Tim Stevens publishes a wrap-up of the week in news. It seems like ages since Sergey Brin staged one of the most dramatic product launches of all time at last year's Google I/O, guiding a bemused audience through a cavalcade of extreme antics...
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Proposal from Google and Duke Energy lets companies buy renewable power

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When a company wants a green data center, it often has to build its own energy sources. Google knows that's sometimes not practical, even for a company its size. To that end, it's partnering with Duke Energy on a proposed business model that would let companies explicitly purchase renewable...
Proposal from Google and Duke Energy lets companies buy renewable power

This Week With The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast: Google Glass, Ubuntu, And Vibrating Undies

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New This week on the TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast we talk about Google Glass, the Galaxy S4, and the magic of Ubuntu laptops. This time we’re joined by Matt Burns, Jordan Crook, Greg Kumparak, and a pair of underwear that vibrates in Australia. Enjoy! This embed is invalid We invite you to...
This Week With The TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast: Google Glass, Ubuntu, And Vibrating Undies
Yahoo shuts down Deals, Kids, Upcoming, and more in attempt to focus resources

Yahoo Will Shut Down Upcoming, Deal, SMS Alerts, Kids, And Some Versions Of Mail Focus On Apps You'll Use Daily

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New Yahoo has just announced a change in strategy designed to prep it for the mobile age and let it concentrate on core products like the Mail and Weather apps it launched yesterday. Soon, it will shut down Upcoming, Deal, SMS Alerts, Yahoo Kids, Yahoo! Mail and Messenger feature phone (J2ME) apps, and...
Yahoo Will Shut Down Upcoming, Deal, SMS Alerts, Kids, And Some Versions Of Mail Focus On Apps You'll Use Daily

America's Digital Library launches -- without a peep from Google

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New The Digital Public Library of America opened shop this week, offering access to a rich repository of books, photos and more. The collection, drawn from libraries and archives across the country, also contains rare historical footage like Kentucky women marching for the vote and news clips of civil rights Freedom...
America's Digital Library launches -- without a peep from Google

Amazon's new series is decided by you

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New Amazon asks users for feedback on new show pilots, Twitter dabbles with the TV business, and Google launches app for donations. [Read more]...
Amazon's new series is decided by you

Bing: Our Search Results Do Not Infect Users, "Malware Study Was Wrong"

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New Bing has responded to the malware study conducted by AV-TEST earlier this week, claiming that Bing search results led to five times more malware than Google. To that Bing said, “the conclusions many have drawn from the study are wrong.” Why is the study wrong according to Bing? While... Please...
Bing: Our Search Results Do Not Infect Users, "Malware Study Was Wrong"

Chromebooks vie to replace netbooks

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New The once-hot netbook may have been decimated by the arrival of tablets, but inexpensive, lightweight laptops are showing staying power. The latest iteration in that category is Chromebooks, laptops with Google's Chrome OS, which is seen as a lightweight OS alternative to Windows for users who do most of...
Chromebooks vie to replace netbooks

Bing Questions Study That Claimed It Delivers 5x More Malware Than Google, Says It Blocks 94% Of Clicks To Malicious Sites

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New Last week, a study by German antivirus testing company AV-Test claimed that Microsoft’s Bing delivered “five times as many websites containing malware as Google.” Unsurprisingly, Microsoft does not agree with these findings and today, the company released a full rebuttal of AV-Test’s study. The researchers, Bing argues, used its API...
Bing Questions Study That Claimed It Delivers 5x More Malware Than Google, Says It Blocks 94% Of Clicks To Malicious Sites
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