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James Dohnert

James Dohnert

Reporter

Incisive Media

James is a freelance writer and editor. In addition to ClickZ, his work has appeared in publications like V3, The Commonwealth Club, CachedTech.com, and Shonen Jump magazine. He studied Journalism at Weber State University.

Articles by James Dohnert

  1. Google Adds Android App Activity to Search Results

    Google has announced that its desktop and mobile search will now include data gathered from Android app activity. The feature will allow users who search for titles of mobile applications to see aggregated data taken from the app.

  2. Google Reports Surge in Government Takedown Requests

    Google reported in its bi-annual transparency report that government requested takedowns are up from the first half of last year. From July to December 2012 Google received 2,285 government requests to remove content from its platforms.

  3. Google Reports $13 Billion in Q1 2013 Revenues

    Google posted a 31 percent increase in year-over-year revenue for the first quarter of 2013. The search giant reported revenues of $13.97 billion. As revenues grow, CEO Larry Page is focusing on future products and Google's growth potential.

  4. Google Fights Human Trafficking Using Big Data

    Google has donated $3 million to three anti-trafficking advocacy groups. The project will bring together a variety of human trafficking hotlines to create a consolidated base of data to identify trafficking hotspots around the world.

  5. Google Privacy Director Alma Whitten Resigns

    Alma Whitten will leave the search giant after 10 years. Whitten ascended to the position of privacy director in the wake of the furore created by revelations that Google had been collecting private Wi-Fi data via its fleet of Street View cars.

  6. 99% of Facebook Employees 'Like' Mark Zuckerberg

    Mark Zuckerberg has been voted America's most popular CEO. Google's Larry Page also ranked highly, ranking as the 11th most popular CEO this year, according to a new survey. His 95 percent approval rating stayed consistent over the last year.

  7. Google Brings Free WiFi to Manhattan

    The search giant will rollout free WiFi in the Southwest Chelsea part of Manhattan. Free WiFi will be available outdoors and in public spaces of the area. The deal follows Google's decision to build an ultra fast broadband network in Kansas City.