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Why can’t Google code? My Chrome browser still sucks. So does Gmail in major ways
May 25, 2015 | 7:10 am

New Orleans Carnival: Krewe du Vieux float satizing George W. Bush.  GNU Free Documentation License. http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:KdVWrongStuffDunceRocket.jpgLarry and Sergey, you can brag all you want about Moonshots---your driverless cars, your WiFi for developing countries, your other marvels; and sure, I’m also happy to hear about the new Literata font for e-books. But overall, compared to the past, you just don’t care as much about the people who made you billionaires. Us. Customers. End users. Pick the term. I’m running the latest nonbeta Chrome on my HP Pavilion and using the tips I shared earlier with TeleRead community members. And you know what? Chrome is still crashing far too often. While I realize you...

Want a pair of Google Glass specs? Here’s how to get ‘em…
February 20, 2013 | 11:08 am

So we’re all hip to Google’s latest consumer mega-project, Glass, right? The company that's synonymous with ‘looking things up on the Web’ hasn’t released much information on its Glass project lately—not since they opened pre-orders to developers and media at their 2012 I/O event. A New York City resident who describes himself as a "wearable computing and augmented reality enthusiast" spotted Google co-founder Sergey Brin rocking a test pair on a NYC subway earlier in the year; supposedly another hundred or so pairs were out there being tested at the time. In the meantime, Google has given us plebeians a little Google Glass taster in...

Sergey Brin says Hollywood anti-piracy legislation is misguided
April 16, 2012 | 8:54 am

Images From AfterDawn: Google co-founder Sergey Brin has said the entertainment industry is "shooting themselves in the foot, or maybe worse than the foot" by trying to push anti-piracy legislation. Brin said the recently killed PIPA and SOPA legislation would have led to the U.S. becoming more like Iran and China, who censor their people. Even more importantly, Brin hit the nail on the head in regards to piracy, saying the industry cannot understand the simple concept that users will continue to download unauthorized content as long as it remains easier to acquire than authorized material. "I haven't tried it for many years but when...

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