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Google working on Chrome's battery-sapping' issue July 19, 2014 8:44am Google is now working on a fix for an issue in its Chrome browser that could potentially drain a laptop's battery, a tech site reported. PC World cited a statement from Google
The man, identified as 27-year-old Antonio Hutchinson, is a Southern California rapper originally from North Carolina. Hutchinson claimed that someone stole his lyrics and posted a video on YouTube using them as the poster's own. He was upset about
ET Europe's new "right to be forgotten" on the Web now applies to references to Tantric sex. A Netherlands-based private-equity investor named Greg Lindae successfully lobbied Google Inc. this month to remove from European search results for his name
An employee answers phone calls at the switchboard of the Google office in Zurich August 18, 2009. A federal judge in New York has granted prosecutors access to a Gmail user's emails as part of a criminal probe, in a decision that could fan the
Chrome OS will be getting a new look soon. A current Google Chromium OS project named Athena will eventually become the new Chrome OS user experience, according to screenshots Google employee Francois Beaufort shared on Google+.
In yet another move meant to bring sanity to your inbox, MxHero is targeting something we all love to hate: email attachments. The company, which provides a variety of tools meant to upgrade your email experience , is today launching Mail2Cloud , a
Major stock indexes moved higher in morning trading Friday, shaking off the prior day's slide over the possible geopolitical fallout from the downing of a passenger jet flying over eastern Ukraine. Investors had their eye on financial results from
Not to be confused with Google's Webmaster Guidelines , the Quality Rater Guidelines offer guidance to Google's internal team of human search quality raters who measure the quality of search results and test algorithm changes. Google updates this
Arora, the company's chief business officer since 2011, became Google's highest paid executive in 2012. His $51 million compensation package included an $8 million cash bonus that he would have to return if he left the company before April 2015.
Jan Koum, left, the co-founder of What'sApp, which was purchased by Facebook through direct negotiations with CEO Mark Zuckerberg. This has been a big year for mergers and acquisitions more than $785 billion worth, almost double 2013's pace. Although