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Why it matters what Chad Hurley watches

Why it matters what Chad Hurley watches

Why it matters what Chad Hurley watches


What will it mean for YouTube if founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen have, like many of us, entertained themselves by watching pirated videos found on their site?
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Live blog: Google rose loses bloom again

Google rose loses bloom again

Live blog: Google rose loses bloom again


Most investors would be delighted with a 35 percent increase in net income, but not when it’s Google in a soft advertising market and the results fell short of expectations. Here are highlights of what Chief Executive Eric Schmidt and others had to say during Google’s conference call about its second-quarter financial results.
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Google is doing WHAT?


With a skyrocketing stock price, fanboy hysteria and — most importantly — really useful products, Google Inc. is the prima donna of tech for the new millennium.

The company is so active that it’s hard to keep track of everything it does. And, just when you get a good handle on its litany of Web applications, promising lab innovations and unheralded research projects, it seems to turn on a dime — a difficult move for a $167 billion company with 19,000 employees — and invent something new. Who would have thought a search site company would get involved in laying a fiber-optic undersea cable between the U.S. and Japan?
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YouTube Must Release User Details

It comes in a copyright infringement case brought last year by media giant Viacom which filed a $1bn lawsuit against the Google-owned video-sharing site.
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Google Talk comes to the iPhone, iPod Touch

Google is making its Google Talk instant-messaging application available for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch.

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Microsoft’s Yahoo strategy: Betting on Yang

Will he or won\'t he

As Yahoo continues to hammer out plans for a corporate reorganization, Steve Ballmer is still eying a possible search deal.

While Microsoft has “no interest” in buying all of Yahoo, top management is still contemplating whether to go back to Yahoo with a sweetened search deal, according to a person familiar with the company’s thinking.
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