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  1.'s Top Question of 2013: What is the Royal Baby’s Name?

    You may know him better as His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge. George Alexander Louis sure was popular this year. The son of Britain's Prince William and Kate was born on July 22 and speculation about the baby's name ran wild – for a...

  2. Maria Mitchell Google Doodle Honors First Female Astronomer

    She continued to monitor its movement and two days later, its discovery was recorded to in a letter to Cambridge University. American astronomer Maria Mitchell is celebrated in today's Google Doodle. Born 195 years ago today, she discovered a new...

  3. Rosalind Franklin and Photo 51 Honored in Google Doodle

    Her work with coal was the basis for her thesis, earning her a PhD from Cambridge University. On what would have been her 93rd birthday, today's Google Doodle honors Rosalind Franklin. Franklin took an X-ray diffraction image of the DNA molecule in...

  4. Failure to Comply: Judge Orders Google to Reveal Paid Media Relationships

    It did, however, reveal a list of paid academic researchers in the fields of artificial intelligence, networking, privacy and security from top institutions such as Cambridge, Harvard, Princeton and Stanford.

  5. 3 Common Social Media Mistakes

    The shiny object syndrome is illustrated by this example, when I saw an advertisement ingrained on a table within the food court of a mall in Cambridge, Mass. A lot has been written about what to do within social media (this column included).

  6. Facial Recognition Software Being Used To Take Attendance

    The City of Ely Community College - not Oxford or Cambridge - is setting the standards of the future. Facial recognition software has been made popular from various crime shows, but it seems the real thing is now being used to take attendance at a...

  7. CondeNast Portfolio: Google Baffles Us

    On the first page, the Wikipedia page for "university" comes top; the rest of the page is five UK universities (Cambridge, Oxford, Leeds, Warwick, and Durham); two Canadians (Toronto and Queen's); and two Australians (Monash and Sydney).

  8. Google: The Spy Who Loved Me

    Varian's NY Times energy article; another Freakonomics blog post; WebMD, Revolution Health, and Paul Anderson, Professor of Security Engineering, University of Cambridge. Dr. Hal Varian, Google's chief economist and occasional Freakonomics Blog...