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Google's Brin Worries About Open Web, As Google Gets Into More Privacy Messes

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Sergey Brin Blames Everyone For Threatening Web's Open Future. In an interview with Britain's Guardian newspaper, Google cofounder Sergey Brin has alleged the free Internet is facing its greatest threat yet, from government efforts to control publication of and access to information by citizens (including the U.S.), over-zealous rights holders...
Google's Brin Worries About Open Web, As Google Gets Into More Privacy Messes

The future is digital. Britain must not be left behind | David Puttnam

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With our workforce, markets and infrastructure, we could be the world's best launching pad for entrepreneursFilm and the other creative industries are being transformed by digital technologies. Were I daft enough once again to find myself as a "working producer", I'd be dealing with the impact of every kind of...
The future is digital. Britain must not be left behind | David Puttnam

NYT: Google to add Street View to Maps web app in two weeks

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While users wait for cartological improvements in Apple's new Maps service, they can still use all -- and then some -- of the functionality of the "old" Google-based Maps app by simply employing an iOS technology: visit the Google Maps website and add it as a "web app" to the...
NYT: Google to add Street View to Maps web app in two weeks

Engineer in Google Street View Case Is Identified

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A former state investigator looking into Google's Street View has identified the so-called Engineer Doe. The former investigator said he was Marius Milner, a programmer who created a program called NetStumbler and is highly regarded in the field of Wi-Fi networking. Read more »...
Engineer in Google Street View Case Is Identified
What did new Yahoo CEO Marissa Meyer accomplish at Google?

Human Rights Group Deploys An 'Empathy Test' Captcha System To Help Sites Fend Off Trolls

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Fact: if you have a site with any amount of traffic and open comment threads, you're going to draw trolls. There's no method that's been proven to completely rid your site of trolls, though not for a lack of trying. (This one is particularly mischevious.) Various sites have tried anything...
Human Rights Group Deploys An 'Empathy Test' Captcha System To Help Sites Fend Off Trolls

Hurricane Sandy Rewrites The Script On Google's Nexus News

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The launch event for Google's new Nexus 4 phone and Nexus 10 tablet was supposed to be in New York. That was canceled at the last minute, thanks to Hurricane Sandy. So instead, Google announced the devices in a blog post Monday morning. Isn't it a pain when real life...
Hurricane Sandy Rewrites The Script On Google's Nexus News

FCC Clears Google Over Wifi Eavesdropping But Fines It $25,000 For “Noncompliance” With Requests

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The US Federal Communications Commission has cleared Google of any legal wrong-doing over its Street View cars that intercepted wifi transmissions. That’s the good news for the company. The bad news? The FCC is fining Google $25,000 for “willfully and repeatedly” not cooperating... Please visit Marketing Land for the full...
FCC Clears Google Over Wifi Eavesdropping But Fines It $25,000 For “Noncompliance” With Requests
Google could soon face big fines over iOS Safari privacy controversy in FTC investigation

After iOS fail, Google debuts MoreThanAMap.com to celebrate 800k sites and apps using its Maps API

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Google today announced that 800,000 Web sites and apps are actively using its Google Maps API. To celebrate the milestone, the search giant has launched MoreThanAMap.com which showcases how developers are leveraging the features of the Maps API. While millions of users simply visit maps.google.com to find where they need...
After iOS fail, Google debuts MoreThanAMap.com to celebrate 800k sites and apps using its Maps API

[image: evilbear]Earlier today Google released the full report

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Earlier today Google released the full report of the FCC’s investigation into the collection of  “payload data” from open Wi-Fi networks — aka passwords, email and search history from open networks — that its fleet of Street View cars obtained between 2008 and April 2010. An earlier and heavily redacted...
[image: evilbear]Earlier today Google released the full report

Briefly: Google Street View updates, Razer Comms in beta

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Google has added Street View coverage to areas of Hungary and Lesotho. Users of Google Maps can now explore the countries in Europe and Africa, making the total count of countries covered by Street View now 50. A Google blog claimed it as the largest single update of Street View...
Briefly: Google Street View updates, Razer Comms in beta

Fool Us Once: 2013 April Fools' Day Roundup

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Find some buried treasure, fly in a glass-bottomed jet or mock the Caped Crusader... these are among the many ways you can be fooled thus far on this April Fools' Day, 2013. The media and technology sectors have been busy already this morning, coming up with some new and clever...
Fool Us Once: 2013 April Fools' Day Roundup
Google Maps updated in 10 European countries as project 'Ground Truth' expands to 40 markets

There's no point resisting corporate websites. It's time to sell yourself

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There's a massive market for our personal information – and we ought to capitalise on itInformation is far from free. Just ask Phyllis Pearsall. She was the woman who drew up the London A-Z by pacing the streets with a notebook for months and months. Or so they say. Sceptics...
There's no point resisting corporate websites. It's time to sell yourself
Google Business Photos goes to Canada, Ireland and Netherlands

Search In Pics: Yahoo Family Olympics, Google Fiber Stickers & Panda iPhone Wallpaper

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In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. Google Fiber Stickers: Source: Google+ Google Street View Cars: Source:... Please...
Search In Pics: Yahoo Family Olympics, Google Fiber Stickers & Panda iPhone Wallpaper

Audi hits up Inrix to add parking spot finder to Audi Connect dash systems

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While there are smartphones apps that take some of the hassle out of finding parking, Audi's bringing similar time- and frustration-saving features to a different screen in your ride, through its Audi Connect infotainment systems. Announced at the Telematics Detroit conference, Audi is tapping Inrix's parking spot data so...
Audi hits up Inrix to add parking spot finder to Audi Connect dash systems

Apple fixes potentially deadly Maps error, but countless others may remain

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It can’t be said enough times: iPhone users who rely on Apple (AAPL) Maps do so at their own peril. Jacqui Cheng at Ars Technica notes that although Apple has fixed the mistake in its Maps application that left several Australians stranded in the middle of a national park with no access...
Apple fixes potentially deadly Maps error, but countless others may remain

UK's high street banking - consumer apps of the week

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Banking may not be the most sexy area of the mobile app world, but with most UK high street firms offering at least some kind of on-the-go service, it's time to take a look at who offers whatRecent analysis of 50 worldwide banking apps by MyPrivateBanking found that the features...
UK's high street banking - consumer apps of the week

Scientists say deep learning is the future of Silicon Valley tech

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It may seem like the stuff of a dystopian future, but scientists are confident about a machine learning technology that can recognize and replicate human activities like seeing and thinking. Leading artificial intelligence experts are investigating ways to commercialize a rapidly emerging sub-field of research known as “deep learning”. It...
Scientists say deep learning is the future of Silicon Valley tech

Google's 'biggest ever' Street View update doubles special collections, refreshes 250,000 miles of roads

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Google's eponymous mapping system has received plenty of good press recently, but the company knows it can't take some time out to enjoy its position. As such, Mountain View's pushing out what it calls the biggest update to Street View it has ever undertaken, refreshing 250,000 miles of road...
Google's 'biggest ever' Street View update doubles special collections, refreshes 250,000 miles of roads
Google now lets you explore its data centers with Street View [video]
FCC fines Google $25,000 for unauthorized data collection and impeding investigation

Daily Report: Unanswered Questions About Google

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An investigation into Google's Street View project was left unresolved because the engineer in charge declined to talk, according to an interim report....
Daily Report: Unanswered Questions About Google

Google Maps coming to iPad this summer, updated with new design, improved rating system, in-app offers, much more

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We showed you significant updates to Google Maps which leaked early this morning, and Google just announced updates to Maps at Google I/O. Google also announced that its Maps API is used by over 1 million active sites and accessed by 1 billion unique visitors weekly. Maps will now...
Google Maps coming to iPad this summer, updated with new design, improved rating system, in-app offers, much more
Worldcam is an Instagram search engine for building interiors
Google doesn’t plan to leave iOS users without a fight
Whoops: Google reveals it didn't delete all of its Street View Wi-Fi data
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