This Day in Tech: Apple has best-ever quarter; Anonymous suspects arrested

Too busy to keep up with today’s tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET (and elsewhere) for Tuesday, July 19. • Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt will support key Android partner HTC in its patent fight with Apple. Speaking at a Google mobile conference in Tokyo today, Schmidt didn’t specify...
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Google vs. Facebook: Which Can You Trust?

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog post about how MySpace’s assets — including some 50 million-odd personal profiles — were purchased by Specific Media, an online ad firm, and the privacy implications of that. Since then, some smart folks have pointed out to me that — hey, looky — Google is also...
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5 Steps Google Must Take Now To Bring Google+ into the Mobile Sphere

 By Hillel Fuld on 17 Jul 11 It is official; Google has made it in the world of social networks. After countless failures, the likes of Buzz and Wave, Google+ has hit ten million users in a short period of two weeks. It seems that user feedback is overwhelmingly positive once you get passed the...
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Google+ to Challenge Facebook in Business Brand Ads

Google+ to Challenge Facebook in Business Brand Ads (Page 1 of 2 ) Though it’s early days for Google+, the social network has shown signs of keen user engagement, according to statistics rattled off by none other than Google CEO Larry Page during the company’s second quarter earnings call July 14. Google+ has over 10...
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The Beginning

By DOUGLAS EDWARDS Getty Images/Michael Grecco; Google Type: Vault 49 Co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in 2002. In November 1999, Douglas Edwards became fledgling Google’s first “brand manager,” making him employee No. 59. In this excerpt from his new book, “I’m Feeling Lucky,” Mr. Edwards gives an inside view of the company’s early days,...
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Q2 proves to be big for Google products, especially Android

The second quarter of 2011 was big and busy for Google, with stellar earnings and a record number of new products rolled out. But Android proved to be the most solid. Speaking during the company’s quarterly webcast for investors on Thursday, CEO Larry Page was excited about many things, especially Google+. But he certainly did...
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Earnings report is good news for Google, CEO

Larry Page got a second chance to make an impression on Wall Street. This one was definitely better than the first. Also Interest in stock investing has fallen, Google shows Google’s Eric Schmidt agrees to testify at Senate antitrust hearing As Google grows, employees carve own niches FTC launches investigation of Google Google Inc. posted...
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Google’s Android dominance to be challenged by Amazon tablet

When Amazon rolled out its Android application store earlier this year, we speculated that the company would eventually launch its own tablet. The Wall Street Journal, citing sources “close to the matter,” says that such a device could launch before October. Amazon’s Android tablet will reportedly have a nine-inch screen and will be designed by...
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Android Vs. iOS: Google Revamps Android Market

(click image for larger view) Continuing its ongoing effort improve the Android Market user experience, Google on Tuesday began rolling out a redesigned version of its Android Market client for phones. The Android Market last year endured some criticism for its security and design shortcomings, particularly in light of the standard Apple set with its...
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Android Market 3.0.26 Hands-On and Review

We’ve got our fingers a tap tap tapping away already at the Android Market version 3.0.26 just announced a couple hours ago via Google, and what do you know? We’d love to give you a full look. This newest version of the Android Market has a full facelift and opens the Movie and Book doors...
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