Google co-founders step down, Tesla's laser beam windshield cleaner
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Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the former Stanford University students who founded Google out of a Silicon Valley garage, said Tuesday they are stepping aside as leaders of the internet behemoth they started two decades ago.
Page and Brin are handing over their reins to Sundar Pichai Will take over as CEO of Google's parent company, Alphabet, in addition to his current responsibilities as chief executive of the search giant.
Tesla wants to use a laser to clean its windshields.
In a patent application filed this past May and published with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on November 21st, Tesla describes a pulsed laser cleaning for debris accumulated on glass, specifically for automotive application that also mentions this could be used for photovoltaic applications, which is just fancy speak for solar panels.
And finally, like it seems to do every single year Cyber Monday has hit new sales records.
This year they searched at 3.1 billion, helping make it the biggest online sales day in US history, reaching 9.4 billion according to Adobe, that's up from 7.9 billion last year.
Purchasing peak in the evening, with shoppers spending an average of $12 million a minute from eight to 9pm Pacific.
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