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  1. Eric Schmidt to Sell Google Stock Worth $2.5 Billion

    The move looks to bring in a multi-billion dollar windfall for Schmidt, who is largely credited with helping to guide Google from a promising startup into the world's largest search engine and a leader in the cloud computing and software as a...

  2. Ada Lovelace Google Doodle Celebrates First Computer Programmer

    A Google Doodle today celebrates mathematician Ada Lovelace, widely known as the world’s first computer programmer, who was born on this date 197 years ago. Each year, Ada Lovelace Day commemorates the work of the world’s first programmer and...

  3. Google Passes Microsoft to Become 2nd Largest Tech Company

    Google has surpassed Microsoft, becoming the world's second largest technology company. Apple remains the world's most valuable company at $618.1 billion. Microsoft is betting on its next version of its mobile and touchscreen friendly OS, Windows 8...

  4. Alan Turing Google Doodle: Turing Machine Codebreaker Logo Honors Father of Computer Science

    In spite of his codebreaking prowess, which resulted in the cracking of encrypted German transmissions in World War II, Turing was persecuted in his native England and eventually convicted in 1952 for gross indecency, after admitting to being in a...

  5. Yahoo Study Seeks Algorithmic Answer to ‘Six Degrees of Separation’

    Researchers calculated the average distance between any two people by computing sample paths between two users, at a great scale: 721 million Facebook users, or over 1/10th of the world’s population. Yahoo’s Small World Experiment, led by Duncan...

  6. Google Encrypted Search: 9 Key Points B2B Marketers Need to Know

    Google itself has indicated that by 2012, there will be more than 5 billion mobile devices in use, the equivalent of 70 percent of the world’s population. For example, if your organization targeted “cloud computing”, track specific referrals for...

  7. Facebook’s Cookiegate: Controversial Tracking Cookie is Back

    Another example illustrating real-world actions that may be tracked involves the user's location. A limitless variety of other applications may be implemented to capture real-world actions associated with a particular user and send that information...