Posts tagged “Google”
Analysis: Alphabet's (Google) 1Q16 performance highlights its ability to continue to experiment with "other bets" while Google's advertising continues to drive, says analyst Daniel Callahan of Technology Business Research.
Red Hat beefs up 'cloud' offering; new cholesterol drugs falter; Airbnb updates; EU-Google battle intensifies
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Red Hat expands its cloud offerings; new cholesterol lowering drugs hurt by prices; Airbnb updates its offerings; and the EU vs. Google battle intensifies.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Senator Richard Burr proposes bill that would limit encryption; Google must face an inquiry in Mississippi; the Daily Mail eyes Yahoo bid; and Twitter revamps its board.
$10M Uber driver settlement; FBI mulls sharing iPhone hack info; Tesla orders keep soaring; Google picks Phoenix for car tests
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Uber settles driver background-check case for at least $10M; orders for lower-price Tesla reach 325,000; FBI continues to debate sharing iPhone hack with Apple; and Google to test self-driving cars in Phoenix area.
Google is trying to fast-track autonomous cars to the market, but a California-based consumer group that has fought for more disclosure and transparency in autonomous vehicle development, wants Google to answer 10 questions about safety.
Tech powerhouses such as Google, Apple and IBM expressed their opposition to North Carolina's HB2 quickly and forcefully, but as a Triangle entrepreneur put it, "discrimination like this hurts businesses of all sizes."
77% Google traffic encrypted; Instagram 'relevance' changes; guilty plea in celeb hack; UK spying law
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Google says 77 percent of traffic is encrypted; Instagram changing posts based on "relevance;" a guilty plea in a celeb photo hacking case; and a spying law advances in U.K.
Tech giants back Apple; Verizon No. 1 in southeast; bank accounts vulnerable; Google joins Zika fight
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Several tech giants file a legal brief supporting Apple in its fight with the FBI; Verizon tops southeast in wireless study; bank accounts at risk from cybercriminals; and Google joins the Zika fight.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of tech and life science news: SAS joins Smart Cities Council; Valeant's CEO returns to work; a Google car involved in an accident; and Microsoft to sell HoloLens for $3,000.
AT&T has filed a lawsuit against the City of Louisville, seeking to overturn a new ordinance that would grant Google Fiber and other companies to hang fiber from utility poles which AT&T owns. Google says it's "standing with Louisville."
Watson ad features Carrie Fisher; SC launches cybercrime fight; Google to back Apple in FBI fight; watch out for tax phishing
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: IBM launches a new Watson ad featuring Star Wars' Carrie Fisher; South Carolina unveils cybercrime fight; Google will back Apple vs. FBI; and beware of tax-related phishing.
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Sling TV adds some ABC stations, including WTVD in the triangle; Apple outlines court strategy to fight phone hack ruling; Google dropping site for insurance buyers; and the FTC is settling with Asus over server security.
North Carolina's fast-growing data center industry is growing by another 120,000 square feet as Sentinel upfits another 120,000 square feet in its massive 420,000 square foot building. Despite ongoing technological changes in data housing - such as virtualization and cloud computing - and declining IT spending overall, North Carolina keeps gaining facilities with demand for service growing. So what is going on? Sentinel's co-founder sees several reasons and in an in-depth Q&A he explains why.
Feds say Apple repudiates iPhone order; tech firms back Apple; NASA applications skyrocket; Yahoo to mull options
In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology news: Feds say Apple repudiates iPhone order; some big tech firms back Apple; a record number of applicants for NASA astronaut spots; and Yahoo's board has formed a committee to explore options for the company.
Engineers at Red Hat and Google have discovered what is termed a "critical" flaw in Linux and "remote code execution is possible." The companies are recommending that Linux users - including numerous versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux - fix the bug immediately. Google calls the joint discovery of the bug "an amazing coincidence."
It's no secret that Google Fiber is constructing an ultra-fast Internet and entertainment network in the Triangle. However, there remains plenty of secrecy about the project, particularly a timeline for deployment. Google Fiber's Triangle executive does provide some insight to WRAL TechWire.
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.