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Google’s Relentless Campaign to Make Google+ Work Becomes YouTube’s Problem
YouTube faces mounting criticism for tying its comment section to the social platform
Why Daily Deal Sites Are Giving Up on Daily Deals
Fewer and fewer consumers bother to open the daily deal messages plopped in their e-mail in-boxes, and fewer still follow through and actually bite on the offers. That’s why daily deal giants Groupon and LivingSocial are trying
Consumers Love the Idea of Self-Driving Cars For One Reason
The vast majority of us are uneasy about the prospect of being in a car that’s driving itself. But the jitters seem to go away if self-driving technology will save us a bundle on car insurance.
Google Is Facing a Deluge of Complaints From Users
Some profound, some mundane
Get Ready to Pay 99 Cents to Watch YouTube
To subscribe to channels at least
Google Is Far From Losing the War Over Social
Google’s social network, Google+, is more popular than Twitter. Every month, nearly 390 million people worldwide use the service to post messages, make video calls and endorse search results by clicking on a so-called +1 …
Why Google’s New Venture Is Called Calico
On Sept. 18, search giant Google revealed Calico, a new company it would launch to tackle some of humanity’s most difficult problems, namely aging. The health care company will focus on long-term bets that can significantly …
Google Calico and a Brief History of the Immortality Business
Humans have aspired to immortality since, well, forever. Google’s push into the science of aging is the latest effort at significantly extending our lifespan. Its new company, called Calico, is likely the most serious such …
Exclusive: TIME Talks to Google CEO Larry Page About Its New Venture to Extend Human Life
Bold project, to be led by biotech pioneer Arthur Levinson, will tackle’s some of health care’s biggest problems
Inside the Googleplex
Google’s Mountain View, Calif. headquarters is as diverse—and sometimes bizarre—as the company’s many innovative projects.
Google May Owe You Money
If Google put your house on Street View between 2007 and 2010, the company might (eventually) owe you money.