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  1. Google Names Susan Wojcicki YouTube Head

    12:30 pm 2/5/2014

    Susan Wojcicki, Google vp ads and commerce, replaces Google senior vp Salar Kamangar as head of its online video platform. Read more

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  2. How You Watched the Super Bowl

    10:00 am 2/5/2014

    The Seattle Seahawks' routing of the Denver Broncos drew 112.2 million average viewers and 24.9 million total tweets. Read more

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  3. Google Posts Mixed Quarterly Results

    1:18 pm 1/30/2014

    UPDATE: The tech giant also announced a stock split scheduled for April 3. Read more

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  4. Google Sells Off the Rest of Motorola Mobility

    3:33 pm 1/29/2014

    The Internet search giant owned the maker of smartphones for just two years.Read more

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  5. Google Glass Releases Wearable Frames

    2:24 pm 1/28/2014

    The tech giant on Tuesday unveiled a modern line of its eyewear in four different styles.Read more

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  6. Will Google Celebrate the Birth of the Man Who Created Batman's Gotham?

    2:39 pm 1/22/2014

    Cartoonist Ty Templeton wants fans to campaign Google for a logo doodle to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bill Finger's birth next month.Read more

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  7. Tech Billionaires Saw Net Worth Soar in 2013 (Report)

    1:32 pm 1/3/2014

    Mark Zuckerberg and Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were among those who posted gains, according to Bloomberg's Billionaires Index.Read more

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  8. Nelson Mandela, Paul Walker, Miley Cyrus Top Google Searches for 2013

    8:29 am 12/17/2013

    Cory Monteith, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West and "royal baby" Prince George also were among the most popular searches of the year.Read more

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  9. Paul Walker, Cory Monteith, Kim Kardashian Top Google U.K. Searches for 2013

    4:35 am 12/17/2013

    The search giant's annual Zeitgeist chart for Britain also prominently features boy band One Direction, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Nelson Mandela.Read more

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  10. Tech Giants Push For Government Surveillance Reform

    9:00 am 12/9/2013

    Apple, Facebook, Google, Twitter and Yahoo are some of the companies that have joined together in the wake of NSA leaks to support limits on access to users' information.Read more

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