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How Google searches 30 trillion web pages, 100 billion times a month
White House downplays, but doesn't rule out trillion dollar coin proposal
Apple brags: sells 365 million iOS devices, 140 million iMessage users

Today in Tech: Big Yahoo layoffs today, Instagram hits Android

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Fortune’s curated selection of tech stories from the last 24 hours. Sign up to get the round-up delivered to you each and every day.  * Facebook countered Yahoo’s (YHOO) lawsuit with a lawsuit of its own, spanning 10 patents covering areas like homepage, photos, and ads. (Friending Facebook Blog) * Instagram, the popular photo-sharing...
Today in Tech: Big Yahoo layoffs today, Instagram hits Android

Moving To The Cloud Will Create 14 Million New Jobs By 2015, Microsoft Says (MSFT)

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Some 14 million new jobs will be created by 2015 thanks to cloud computing, a new study predicts. Buthalf of these jobs will be in India and China. Still, 1.2 million new "cloud-enabled" jobs will be created in the U.S. and Canada, the study says. And, if these predictions...
Moving To The Cloud Will Create 14 Million New Jobs By 2015, Microsoft Says (MSFT)

Google App Engine Drops Some High Replication Datastore Prices By Up To 25%

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At Google I/O last week, Google announced that its Google App Engine High Replication Datastore (HRD) – its schemaless object data storage service – currently processes over 4.5 trillion transactions per month, has an uptime of 99.95% and stores over a petabyte of data. Today, the company announced that it...
Google App Engine Drops Some High Replication Datastore Prices By Up To 25%
Google explains 'How Search Works' with new interactive site
Amazon's S3 Now Stores Over 1.3 Trillion Objects, 3.7 Million Elastic Map Reduce Clusters Launched Since May 2010

Consumer tech market will hit $2.1 trillion in 2012, says Gartner

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Consumers will spend $114 billion more in 2012 than they did in 2011 on digital products and that spending will grow at a faster rate than in the past, at around $130 billion a year, to reach $2.7 trillion by the end of 2016, according to Gartner....
Consumer tech market will hit $2.1 trillion in 2012, says Gartner
Groundfloor unveils 'Lending Club for real-estate' so you can get richer, faster (exclusive)

'Petaflop' supercomputer shuts down

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The first supercomputer to carry out 1,000 trillion calculations per second is switched off for good in the US state of New Mexico....
'Petaflop' supercomputer shuts down

5 ways to declutter your life and give your stuff away for free

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Americans spend $1.2 trillion annually on goods and services they don’t absolutely need, according to The Wall Street Journal. Thankfully, the growing collaborative consumption movement, which promotes the gifting, sharing, and renting of things, can help deflate that bloated number. If you have been moving piles of things from one...
5 ways to declutter your life and give your stuff away for free

5 New Rules: Don't Get Fooled Again When Buying Enterprise Technology

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"Change it had to come We knew it all along We were liberated from the fall that's all" - The Who, "Won't Get Fooled Again" With Washington festooned over the weekend with banners and parties alongside the serious national dialogue about the issues of the day, we all understand that...
5 New Rules: Don't Get Fooled Again When Buying Enterprise Technology
Long a cloud kingpin, Amazon now fighting back against AWS competition

Report: Internet Economy Set to Nearly Double to $4.2T by 2016

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The Internet economy of G-20 nations will nearly double in value to $4.2 trillion by 2016, according to a new projection by the Boston Consulting Group, released at an event with Google today. That’s up from $2.3 trillion in 2010. It seems that Internet companies are particularly concerned about earning their...
Report: Internet Economy Set to Nearly Double to $4.2T by 2016

Fruit Ninja Tops 300M+ Downloads After Two Years, Now Installed On 1/3 Of All U.S. iPhones

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It feels like it was just yesterday that I was downloading Fruit Ninja on a review unit of the iPad, swiping away at juicy watermelons and nearly-invisible kiwis. But the app has been around for a while — two years to be exact. And over the span of 24 months,...
Fruit Ninja Tops 300M+ Downloads After Two Years, Now Installed On 1/3 Of All U.S. iPhones

With tech breakthrough, Seagate promises 60TB drives this decade

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Seagate said it is the first hard-drive maker to achieve the milestone storage density of 1 terabit (1 trillion bits) per square inch on a disk platter. The technology will allow it to create a 60TB hard drive this decade....
With tech breakthrough, Seagate promises 60TB drives this decade
The week in cloud: SAP stakes cloud claim; legacy and new-look vendors arm for battle
Russia announces new $50 billion space program

Samsung tipped to continue strong growth with record profits in Q1 2012

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Samsung is tipped to post record profit once again when it announces figures for business during the first quarter of the year, which are expected next month, according to a Korea Times report. Citibank expects that the Korean firm will post “historically high” results as it continues to grow impressively. January saw Samsung post record...
Samsung tipped to continue strong growth with record profits in Q1 2012

How do you cram 1 trillion rows in a spreadsheet?

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(c) 2012 Pinar Ozger. pinar@pinarozger.com Spreadsheets don’t have to be limited, argues Robert Lefkowitz, CEO of 1010 Data. In a presentation titled “The Trillion Row Spreadsheet,” Lefkowitz argued at Structure:Data 2012 for why desktop-based or browser-based spreadsheets aren’t the solution if you have tons of data you need to put...
How do you cram 1 trillion rows in a spreadsheet?

YouTube automatic captions now available in Spanish

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Cross posted from the Blog de YouTube en Español Last year, YouTube had more than 1 trillion views, or about 140 views for every person on earth. As the world tunes in to YouTube, we want everyone, in every language, to have the same opportunity to enjoy YouTube. So today,...
YouTube automatic captions now available in Spanish
Samsung posts operating profit of 8.12 trillion won for Q3 2012

Apple’s dividend news could pressure Amazon and Google to return cash to investors

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While Apple’s plans announced today to return billions to its investors via share buyback and dividend actions are critical news, they are hardly revolutionary. In fact, the news underscores the fact that Apple, in this specific area, has been lagging its wealthy peers for some time. In August of 2011 TNW...
Apple’s dividend news could pressure Amazon and Google to return cash to investors

Trillion-Dollar Plane Grounded Once Again [Airplanes]

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I've lost count on the many times the F-35 has been grounded already (ok, I didn't, it's been five). It feels like a $1 trillion joke that is not funny at all. Now, 15 brand new F-35s are now dead ducks because of a stupid mistake. More »...
Trillion-Dollar Plane Grounded Once Again [Airplanes]

Research: $1.5 Trillion In Mobile Revenues In 2012, U.S. Accounting For 40% Of All Smartphone Sales

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The mobile industry will reel in more than $1.5 trillion in revenues in 2012, with 28 percent of that, $400 billion, attributable to mobile data, according to new research out from analyst Chetan Sharma. He notes that within the revenues expected for mobile data, non-messaging revenues led by apps, mobile...
Research: $1.5 Trillion In Mobile Revenues In 2012, U.S. Accounting For 40% Of All Smartphone Sales

Let’s get judgey: Here’s our lightning round on the week’s top stories

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It’s time for a sudden-death-style lightning round on the week’s news. Day in and day out, we write fairly neutral coverage of these hot-button topics, but we’re real people, man, with feelings. And sometimes, we just gotta let our freak flag fly. So this week, we present to you...
Let’s get judgey: Here’s our lightning round on the week’s top stories

Cops Want Carriers to Hang On to Your Incriminating Old Text Messages

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Hullo there. (Photo: flickr.com/nate) Hey, it’s the 20th anniversary of the invention of text messaging! How shall we celebrate? How about with an attempt by law enforcement agencies to make sure they have access to your old SMS messages, in case they need to issue any search warrants? CNET reports:...
Cops Want Carriers to Hang On to Your Incriminating Old Text Messages

Zynga's Gaming Partner Bwin Spins Off Kalixa, Its Payments Platform, In Bigger Bid For The $1.3T E-Commerce Market

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Bwin, the online gaming giant that is powering Zynga’s first foray into real-money gambing, in the UK, today is spinning off its payments platform Kalixa. In turn, Kalixa is launching new mobile and online wallet products to further its concept of being a one-stop shop for those seeking an e-commerce...
Zynga's Gaming Partner Bwin Spins Off Kalixa, Its Payments Platform, In Bigger Bid For The $1.3T E-Commerce Market

The 10 Billionaires Whose Net Worth Rose The Most In 2012

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Billionaires had a good 2012. According to Bloomberg, the richest 100 billionaires added $1.9 trillion to their wealth this past year. Bloomberg kindly gave us the data on the Top 10 gainers, how much they're worth, and how much they made. They come from a range of industries including tech,...
The 10 Billionaires Whose Net Worth Rose The Most In 2012
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