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online.wsj.com - 7 readers - Google Inc. is weighing an investment in a new cable across the Pacific Ocean, a move that comes as big technology companies send an increasing amount of traffic across private networks.
techcrunch.com - 8 readers - Google has been in talks to acquire video search startup Baarzo, according to sources with knowledge of the company. However, those sources were less clear..
pando.com - 7 readers - Word on the street is that Colin Crowell, Twitter's "Head of Global Public Policy" is headed to Moscow. His mission: To sue for peace and mend the company's rocky relationship with the Russian gove...
politico.com - 9 readers - Google is a Washington powerhouse that shapes federal law, rewards congressional allies and boasts a new 54,000-square-foot office, just down the road from the U.S. Capitol. But the Internet giant quietly has planted its political roots in places far beyond the Beltway — in state legislatures and city councils that have become hotbeds for tech...
blogs.wsj.com - 5 readers - For media companies, the Cannes advertising festival is all about getting face time with top media buyers and advertisers. Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer missed a golden opportunity to do just that last week.
news.sky.com - 7 readers - In the early days of Twitter, founder Biz Stone says he turned down a huge offer from Mark Zuckerberg. It is now worth $23bn.
adweek.com - 7 readers - Five months after Vivian Schiller left NBC for Twitter, the social media company has hired away another exec from a traditional outlet. Janice Morris, People.com's editor in chief, revealed with a tweet this morning that she's leaving to team up with Schiller to build Twitter's news operation.
online.wsj.com - 7 readers - The battle for power over control of Web addresses is heating up as domain names like .com, .org and even .london are losing prominence as more Web traffic funnels through mobile apps, search engines and social networks.
domainincite.com - 8 readers - Google has announced its first foray into the domain name registrar business with Google Domains. The company tells me that the upcoming service will allow customers to buy or transfer domains for ...
theguardian.com - 7 readers - The Guardian is launching its first Glassware, the Guardian for Glass, as part of today's official launch of the Glass Explorer programme in the UK
theverge.com - 3 readers - Aviate, the Android app that caters your home screen to the time of day and where you are, is finally opening its doors to the world. After several months in beta and being acquired by Yahoo, the...