The lure of mining your data is too much to resist.
He gets The Wørd from The Google.
Google visited SXSW to discuss how developing countries—and their governments—are empowering themselves with technology.
Apple and Google may like to spar over security, but it’s not swaying consumer buying decisions.
Apple’s high-margin business seems to be slipping, which should cheer the hearts of investors. A decline in profitability suggests that Apple is doing the very things that will make it competitive with Android in emerging markets.
Google is giving away hugely expensive fiber-based Internet access, but not because it’s a charity. Google knows that the more people that spend time online, the more likely they will spend money with Google.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt said that Chrome and Android will not merge into one. Really, they never needed to.