Google's homage on Martin Luther King Jr. day is a simple and serene depiction of a great man.
Google and Crave's Eric Mack commemorate the 50th anniversary of the iconic civil rights leader's historic speech on the National Mall.
The King Center Imaging Project Web site goes live with nearly 1 million documents relating to the life and times of Martin Luther King Jr.
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As AT&T looks for ways to make its business more efficient and shrink how much it spends on device subsidies, Google's Android smartphones take the top sales spot at the carrier in the second quarter.
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Mark Zuckerberg will wield near total control over Facebook's future. Some fear that once the hype dies down, the situation could lead to problems no one will be able to do anything about.
A report suggests that a group headed by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer and hedge fund manager Chris Hansen is buying the Sacramento Kings and bringing them to Seattle.