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Student Buys Google.com For $12

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According to various sources, an American college student purchased Google.com, one of the most famous websites for $12.00. Sanmay Ved, an ex-Google employee and graduate student at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, stated on a recent LinkedIn blog post that ...

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SpaceIL May Launch First Private Lunar Lander In 2017

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Israel – The Israeli space exploration company called SpaceIL is setting its sights on the Moon for 2017. The private company is currently designing a space craft that they plan to land on the surface of the moon. The motivation ...

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Google Must Respond To Charges By August 31

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According to a source at Reuters, the world’s most popular Internet search engine, Google Inc., was granted an additional two weeks to respond to charges filed by the European Union (EU) that Google is abusing in “market power” in numerous ...

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Google, Facebook And Twitter Fight Child Porn

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The British-based group The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has announced yesterday that Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo have all consented to utilize a system to both identify and block child pornography. According to an official statement, the new system ...

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Why Did Google+ Have To Shrink In Order To Grow? — ‘The Why’

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Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why did Google+ have to shrink in order to grow?” you ask? Good question. (Well, at least it helps put off some of the questions that oddly Google would aid and abet ...

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Why Is Google Going Into The Teddy Bear Business? — ‘The Why’

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Welcome to the newest edition of The Why. “Why is Google going into the teddy bear business?” you ask? Good question. Timely too. (Besides, it beats addressing some of the nastier questions we get. Again, not that we shy away ...

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Madagascar’s Panther Chameleons Are Actually 11 Different Species

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Researchers have discovered 11 new chameleon species in Madagascar, casually hiding in plain sight. What makes these lizards special is that their camouflage was so effective that biologists thought initially they were dealing with only one species – the panther ...

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STUDY: Family Size Grows Among Highly Educated Women

Among women in the United States, postgraduate education and motherhood are increasingly going hand-in-hand. / Flickr

A study conducted by Pew Research Center and the Census Bureau says that fewer women in the US are childless in their 40’s. The most significant drop was noticed in the case of women who had a Master’s degree or ...

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Basis Peak: A Fascinating Alternative To The Apple Watch

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For all of the media spectacle surrounding last week’s first deliveries of the Apple Watch, the fact remains that Cupertino’s smartwatch will affect relatively few people, particularly in the short term. With Apple Watch starting at a pricey $350 and ...

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