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Posts tagged “Google”

1:28 p.m. Thursday

Tesla's losses; Citrix expansion; MySpace remains sold; Google tax debate

Bulldog In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Tesla's losses mount but shares rally; Citrix expansion coming in Raleigh; the remnants of MySpace are acquired by Time; and a Google exec takes heat at a hearing over taxes in the U.K.

12:37 p.m. Wednesday

Feds refine 'driver;' Adwerx new ad product; Twitter tweaks timeline; Chinese want Opera

Bulldog In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: The government redefines "driver" in a boost for computer-controlled cars; Durham-based Adwerx launches new advertising product; Twitter tweaks its timeline; and Chinese investors offer $1.2B for Norwegian tech firm Opera.

7:08 a.m. Wednesday

Premium Lock What are top 3 disruptors in FinTech? Report makes the case

A new research report from Juniper breaks down what its analysts view as the top disruptors in the financial technical services, or FinTech, space. Our WTW Insider subscribers get a look at the top three.

Trying out Apple Pay Trying out Apple Pay

Updated February 6

Google Fiber promises free ultra-fast Internet access to public housing

Google Fiber, which is in the process of deploying in the Triangle, is promising free ultra-fast Internet access to all public housing properties in cities where it offers service. The aim is to deliver the fast Internet "to those who need it most," a Google executive says. Google says it is doing so "voluntarily."

Connecting in Kansas City Connecting in Kansas City

Updated February 5

Apple faces $626M patent loss; Comcast comeback; 15-second thriller series; WhatsApp, Gmail, Apple top 1B

Bulldog In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Apple faces a huge loss in a patent case; Comcast mounts a comeback; a 15-second trhiller series at Instagram; and WhatsApp, Gmail as well as Apple top 1 billion mark in customers or devices.

Updated February 4

Frontier: 'We applaud' ConnectHome net plan, touts own efforts

Frontier Communications Frontier Communications offers praise for the ConnectHome plan from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, which includes a partnership with Google Fiber. But Frontier, which provides services in the Durham area, points out its own efforts to expand broadband access.

February 3

AT&T applauds Google Fiber's 'free' offer to community centers, notes its own efforts to bridge 'digital divide'

AT&T GigaPower     While praising Google Fiber's announced plans Wednesday to offer free ultra-fast Internet access to public housing communities, AT&T notes it is already doing so at several Triangle and Triad locations. And a new program for discounted access is coming.

Updated February 2

Premium Lock Inside Google: Solving the mobile advertising conundrum

Google Analysis: Google's latest earnings report shows that the technology giant is beginning to solve the mobile advertising conundrum as YouTube, mobile and programmatic advertising services begin firing on all cylinders, writes Technology Business Research analyst Jack Narcotta.

February 2

Google's Alphabet comes before Apple as world's most valuable company

Alphabet now comes before Apple atop the list of the world's most valuable companies after a robust fourth-quarter earnings report. Plus: Take an interactive graphical view of Google's stock.

Tracking Alphabet shares Tracking Alphabet shares

Updated January 29

Iron Yard courses in Raleigh; US Navy's Great Green Fleet; Merck hepatitis drug OK'd; self-driving car debate; EU vs. Google on taxes

Bulldog In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: The Iron yard is registering students for coding courses in Raleigh; the U.S. Navy's biofueled task force belies biofuel problems, says MIT; Merck wins approval for hepatitis drug; California regulators debate auto-control cars; and the EU make probe Google tax deal.

Updated January 28

Premium Lock FCC could take 'immediate action' to speed up broadband

The FCC is scheduled to unveil a new report today about the availability of broadband. But it's also likely to create more tension between the industry and the agency which already are fighting in court over "net neutrality" and Internet regulation.

Tom Wheeler    Tom Wheeler

January 25

Premium Lock Study: Connected cars business to grow 10X to $600M by 2020

Explosive growth is at hand for connected vehicle "infotainment" systems, says a new report from Juniper Research. And emerging applications won't necessarily need smartphones. New apps will flood the market to help drivers and riders deal with traffic, optimize routs - and also to play games.

CarPlay as displayed on dash CarPlay as displayed on dash

Updated January 25

Lenovo adware suits; Google back taxes; GSK $15M in new fund; Novozymes poultry product

Bulldog In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Lenovo fights lawsuits over adware; Google pays back taxes in U.K.; GSK puts $15 million in new university drug development fund; and Novozymes launches a poultry product with French partner.

January 13

Premium Lock Tests show self-driving cars still need help; consumer group wants more info

Futuristic self-driving cars traveling along California roads have needed plenty of old-fashioned human intervention to stay safe. And a consumer group wants more information about what's happening.

Up close to a Google car  Up close to a Google car

Updated January 12

Premium Lock Lenovo: Google back to China; Raleigh IT firm sold; Ford-IBM smart car play; Moto fingerprint scanners; Shire's $32B buy;

Bulldog In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: A Lenovo exec says Google is headed back to China; fast-growing Raleigh software firm is sold; Ford picks IBM for smart car play; Lenovo Moto phones get fingerprint sensors; and drugmaker Shire is buying Baxalta for $32 billion.

Updated January 8

Premium Lock At CES: A seeing, smart Segway; exercise to charge devices; safer visual chat; smart charging pads

New products, technology and gadgets are producing plenty of headlines at the world's biggest tech show - here's the latest from CES in Las Vegas. Plus, links to stories about the Research Triangle presence in Las Vegas.

Gadget Show Segway Gadget Show Segway

Updated January 8

Premium Lock Lenovo, Google to develop first 3D augmented reality smartphone

Make believe that your smartphone screen is a "magic window" that navigates you through a mall with 3D sensors or immerses you in a 3D game. Instead of taking photos or navigating the web or using apps you get an augmented reality tour. That's the future of a smartphone being developed jointly by Lenovo and Google in a project announced late Thursday. Triangle developers are involved.

A Project Tango prototype A Project Tango prototype

January 7

Premium Lock At CES: FAA's drone app; a passenger drone; smart football; IBM on thinking apps. robots; a fat-burning app

New products, technology and gadgets are producing plenty of headlines at the world's biggest tech show - here's the latest from CES in Las Vegas. Plus, links to seven stories about the Research Triangle presence in Las Vegas.

Oculus Rift VR headset to cost $599 Oculus Rift VR headset to cost $599

January 6

Premium Lock Latest at CES: Keeping wearables juiced; ordering from the fridge

New products, technology and gadgets are already producing plenty of headlines at the world's biggest tech show - here's the latest from CES in Las Vegas.

Samsung's smart fridge unveiled at CES Samsung's smart fridge unveiled at CES

Updated January 5

Premium Lock Latest at CES: AT&T's smart cities; mirrorless cars; Fitbit adds tools; Under Armour wearables

New products, technology and gadgets are already producing plenty of headlines at the world's biggest tech show - here's the latest from CES in Las Vegas.

Gadget Show  Gadget Show

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