Editor’s Pick “Tim just doesn’t hit me as a guy who’s excited about the future.”
The world’s first hamburger made entirely from synthetic meat was unveiled today by a team of Dutch researchers, who subsequently held a media event to see how it tasted.
Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple are not just engines of technological innovation in America … they’re also the path to Forbes’ World’s Billionaires list. But there is a little catch — you gotta be a man.
Sergey Brin keeps trying to convince me that I need Google Glass — but so far I’m not buying it.
The noob “Google Glass or Google Glasses” question sounds like its about to get tougher to answer: Google Glass is going bi.
Step aside, Nobel. You’ve got some competition in the prize category.
Google head honchos submitted a proposal to build a facility for private and corporate planes at Mineta San Jose International Airport.
Sergey Brin may not be a famous actor or rock star, and he probably isn’t as recognizable as JayZ or Tom Cruise. Unless you’re a techie or an augmented reality enthusiast.
Devices launched, Maps killed it, and Mayer left the building! Here are Google’s highlights from 2012.
During New York Fashion Week, acclaimed designer Diane von Furstenberg added a new accessory to her show: Google’s Project Glass. Today, she released her video made entirely out of Google Glass footage, showing what it’s like to be DVF during the craziest week of fashion in the U.S.
[vimeo 44945363 w=640 h=360] There was a time when summer was slow. News would lull. Folks would go on vacation.
As VentureBeat’s Jolie O’Dell pointed out yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg managed to strike a deal with some key investors and friends that gives him 57 percent of the shareholder voting power. For a public company, it’s an almost unheard of concentration of authority, a troubling sign for those who focus on shareholder rights.
[vimeo 29115577 w=640 h=360] Bill Maris, managing partner at Google Ventures, sat down with VentureBeat yesterday to discuss what Google looks for in investment opportunities.
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