Google took a simple concept - text keywords - and became an Internet leader. In most markets, Google has the search market share lead and management is looking to expand into new markets. The search giant hasn't quite found its next big hit, but Google Apps and Android are promising extensions of the business. The game plan for Google: Expand into new markets like mobile and grow advertising revenue. Google is also dabbling in everything from broadband to power management to alternative energy. The company is well positioned to benefit from cloud computing and the consumerization of IT.
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The desktop with integrated 21.5-inch 1080p screen will be on display at next month's CES trade show.
Obviously, the "Royal Baby" was in there too.
The recall, outlined by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, covers HP Chromebook 11 chargers with the model number MU15-N1052-A00S.
Technology arm of Hong Kong property developer, Sun Hung Kai Properties, says construction of its data center is going ahead as planned, despite Google's decision last week to abandon its own facility in the Chinese territory.
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In its splurge of acquisitions, Google has added a seventh robotics company to the stable being run by Android creator Andy Rubin. But what's it for?
Here's a look at the fallout should Google go with custom ARM chips in its data centers.
The retailer also has the 32GB version on sale for $229.99.
Google's App Launcher for Macs arrive to support the company's new breed of Chrome apps.
More global companies could follow Google's lead in rolling out a data center in Taiwan, according to its government, which will help further grow the cloud industry.
The company's first notebook running Google's Chrome OS will debut next month and be priced under $300.
By consistently abstracting additional user functionality into a core suite of Google apps, rather than adding it into the Android OS, Google has made Android upgrades almost passé.
The Chromecast is getting more useful by the day with new media apps appearing. But the biggest improvement, screen casting from the latest Android devices, is still waiting to go on stage.
The special version of the G Pad 8.3 runs Android 4.4 KitKat and is available now from the Google Play store at $349.99.
Might the Microsoft-Yahoo partnership be more lucrative for Yahoo than its executives have been hinting?