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in Google - 04 May, 2015
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Google’s famous motto : “Don’t be evil”, is misunderstood!   In their book “How Google Works“, Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, an adviser to Larry Page,wrote:  “Don’t be evil” is mainly another way to empower employees… Googlers do regularly check their moral compass when making decisions.  citing the example of an engineer who, […]

in Apple - 26 Oct, 2014
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When technology solve problems it creates wealth, but when tech tries to disrupt industries it creates enemies! 20 years ago, when Amazon launched it entered in direct competition with big bookstores, but at the time, internet was far less present in our daily lives, thus Amazon was not seen as a real threat to the […]

in Google - 31 May, 2014
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This question have been raised more and more recently! Is Google Manipulating results? In recent months, a coupon company in which Google invested was found dominating hundreds of search terms and ranking in top positions in search results, all the major competitors which are much much more famous, did not even rank as good for […]

in Google - 17 May, 2014
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To the untrained eye, Google is on top of it’s game, but underneath this well polished and maintained brand there’s a lot of rust surfacing, and not in one specific location, but rather all over the place. Here’s what i personally noticed – first hand – not read on blogs during only a 2 week […]

in Google - 07 Apr, 2014
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There’s a lot of controversy around the web about the search ranking achieved by one of Google Ventures investments, in August 2011 RetailMeNot raised $10 million led by Google Ventures (since RMN have raised more $230M and went public with stock symbol NASDAQ:SALE.  on 6/17/13) . Eventhough Google Ventures have more than 258 investment, this one […]

in Apple - 08 Jun, 2013
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The U.S. National Security Agency (N.S.A.)  is collecting the telephone records of  US customers of Verizon & most probably all the other mobile operators as well. This came to light when the Guardian got a copy of a top secret court order issued in April, requires Verizon on an “ongoing, daily basis” to give the […]

in Facebook - 30 Mar, 2013
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A couple of months ago, Mark Zuckerberg donated $500 million in stocks to a nonprofit Silicon Valley Community Foundation.   Then we discover that for 2012, Mark have to pay $1.1 billion, minus the sum donated to the charity! So was the charity donation motivated by good will or was it a way to be […]

in Gadgets - 13 Mar, 2013
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When we first heard about Google Glass, we were very exited, so the project’s effect on privacy didn’t really cross our minds, but a recent preemptive ban on Google Glass in a Seattle bar, opened our eyes to the reality of the matter, Google Glass is a privacy threat!   Google smart glasses are not […]

in Google - 26 Feb, 2013
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The Google Samsung relation is probably one of the most complicated partnerships between any 2 tech companies, Google developed Android , a mobile Linux-based operating system designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices. Samsung is the mobile handset manufacturer that is taking advantage the most of the Android OS, 200 million + devices more than any […]

in Gadgets - 23 Feb, 2013
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The Google Glass project, a project by Google to developed a smart Glasses (or a head wearable gadget). Many have been waiting eagerly this gadget that it might revolutionaries the way we live. A couple of days ago, the info was out, the Google Glasses will be available to the public before the end of […]