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With less than two weeks before Election Day, the president mingles with two Silicon Valley leaders: Apple's CEO and Google's leader of location-based services.
Marissa Mayer is now the youngest person on Google's operating committee, and she'll be in charge of Google's location-based services, not to mention its future plans.
Mayer, for years one of the most public faces of Google Search, is reportedly taking on a new role as head of Google's work on location services and local markets.
Despite enjoying 3.7 million followers, the erudite singer decides to shut his Twitter account and, perhaps, spend more time on Tumblr.
The new software is geared toward businesses and government agencies that are looking for easier and less resource-intensive ways to manage mapping functions.
The world famous performer--and, according to Marissa Mayer, the Queen of the Downloads--wafts into the Googleplex, answers all kinds of deep and meaningful questions, and poses with Larry Page.
Eric and Donald reflect on their time at Maker Faire 2011 and encounters with robots, propane, high-voltage sculpture, and wacky automobiles.
BMW releases the second chapter of its documentary on the future of transportation, and it looks familiar.
Today we rate the generic pizza spots in NYC, rescind our comments about Will.I.am but not the Black Eyed Peas, and elevate Caroline McCarthy to celebrity status.
Looking to make a splash among a smattering of competitors at the annual digital media festival, the group messaging service updates its app for the second time in two weeks.