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Joan Williams: The New Boys’ Club: Google+

According to early data, Google+ membership in the first few weeks was close to 90% male. Now it’s more like a 75/25 split — better, but nowhere near parity.

Read more: Rachel Dempsey, Boys, Network, Gender Bias, Joan Williams, Google Plus, Bias, Google+, Imbalance, Club, Google, Gender, Technology News

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Ty Fujimura: The Verdict On Google’s Redesign

Google produces exceptional interfaces, but their aesthetic is famously unhip. It’s not surprising: They’re an engineering-first company that took 7 y…

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David All: Top Six Things Marketers Need to Know About Google Plus

Google recently rolled out the Google Plus project, which seeks to make sharing online more like sharing in real life. Google Plus, already known by t…

Read more: Google, Marketing, Social Media, Google Plus, Social Media Marketing, Google+, Technology News

Is This Mark Zuckerberg’s Google+ Profile?

A mysterious profile has appeared on Google’s new social network, and it may belong to none other than Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Read more: Google, Google Plus, Google+, Mark Zuckerberg Google+, Google Social Network, Mark Zuckerberg, Mark Zuckerberg Google+ Profile, Technology News


Brad Friedman and Desi Doyen: ‘Green News Report’ – June 28, 2011

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David Balto: In Antitrust Probe, Google’s Critics Have it Wrong

It’s about the consumer, stupid.

The proponents of an antitrust investigation of Google suggest Google is inhibiting competition by setting up barriers harming consumers. But a close examination of Google’s entry into multiple consumer markets illustrates the opposite — that where Google competes, consumers benefit. In fact, what many supporters of an antitrust investigation of […]

Jamie Court: Why Are Google’s CEOs Afraid of Congress?

No CEO ever likes to testify before Congress, but Google's CEOs, past (Eric Schmidt) and present (founder Larry Page), are going so far out of their way to avoid testifying in Congress that they are begging for a subpoena.

Bloomberg is reporting that:

In a letter dated June 10, the Democratic chairman and leading Republican […]

Lawsuit Could Cost Google $6.1 Billion

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Oracle is seeking between $1.4 billion and $6.1 billion in a patent lawsuit against Google over the lucrative smartphone market, according to a court filing.

Oracle sued Google last year, claiming the Web search company’s Android mobile operating technology infringes upon Oracle’s Java patents.

Oracle bought the Java programing language […]

Google’s China Card: A Diversion from the Cyber-Threat

Faced with another threat to the personal information that Google is asking us to entrust to its burgeoning cloud, the company has again indulged a reliable formula for changing the subject: Ratcheting up fear of China.

Not for the first time, Google finds itself having to explain how cyber-predators have managed to hack into Gmail […]

Jeff Pollack: Why The Major Labels Might Be Right This Time

If you’re one of those that feels that major labels are the root of all evil, you may want to skip this post altogether because this time I’m sticking up for the majors. Well, if not stick up for them, at least show that this time around they might actually have the artists’ interest (as […]