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Since 2000, Google has developed Maps, Earth, Gmail, Glass, and a self-driving car, among many other breakthrough products. And Coke? Recently, David Picker, a former top movie executive who shepherded
The comeback of Facebook's stock price is minting smiles — but not for investors who bailed out too early. Shares of Facebook have soared 31% from the $38-a-share initial public offering price on May 2012.
Reuters published an obituary of billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros on Thursday. Only one problem: he’s not dead. In a wide-ranging 1,222 word report written by reporter Todd Eastham,
Users who sell or loan Google Glass, the wearable computer, could find their device deactivated, Google has said. The £1,000 Glass units are being sent out to developers who pre-registered, but the company’s
Apple's next iPad will be both thinner and lighter than its predecessor, bringing back the company's old habit of iPad shrinkage. That's according to KGI Securities analyst Mingchi Kuo, who in a note investors
A non-denominational service was held at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church on Thursday night. The Rev. Ed Karasek said that the town "will never be the same, but we will persevere." He added: