“Businesses are embracing the Internet to find new customers or connect with existing customers and really to grow their operations,” Google director of small business engagement Scott Levitan says.
Those seemingly ‘free’ services, like email and social networking, are funded (and then some) by information like your birthdate, location, what you search for and buy, and insights to your online behavior.
“We want to give you control of what data you share and with whom for explicit value received,” says Michael Fertik, CEO of Reputation.com.
Google’s latest attempt to enter our living rooms — announced and on sale Wednesday — puts web video front and center.
How many piano tuners are there in the entire world? How much should you charge to wash all the windows in Seattle? Just some of the questions Google used to ask interviewees.
It’s what DuckDuckGo.com doesn’t do that’s key. “We don’t track our users,” says founder and CEO Gabriel Weinberg.
Finding flawed material on students’ work, has reportedly prompted more teachers to teach online research skills.
Despite being an unabashed two-hour product-placement commercial for Google, “The Internship” is enjoyably entertaining in spite of itself.
A federal judge has ruled that Google Inc. must comply with the FBI’s warrantless demands for customer data, rejecting the company’s argument that the government’s practice of issuing so-called national security letters to telecommunication companies, Internet service providers, banks and others was unconstitutional and unnecessary.
If you feel overwhelmed by your inbox, you might like the new feature that Google will offer on its popular e-mail service.
Google is giving PayPal a run for its money by letting people send money via Gmail.
In a challenge to Spotify and Pandora, Google is offering “All Access.”
“Siri” is getting some serious competition. Google is out with its own personal assistant for iPhone and iPad.
Besides the relevant search results it delivers, many of us like Google because its minimalist design is quick to load — and to answer our questions.
If you’ve ever dreamed of how cool it would be to work at Google, now’s your chance. The company added 3,000 people to its workforce last year, and it’s still hiring.