A day after breaking an almost year-long silence on a medical condition that had affected the way he speaks, Google co-founder Larry Page said Wednesday that people should be more open about their medical histories.
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Larry Page wants to see your medical records
At its annual Google I/O developer conference in San Francisco on Wednesday, Google made announcements that will expand Google Wallet far beyond its tap-and-go NFC roots. [Read more]
Google on Wednesday demanded that Microsoft yank its YouTube app for Windows Phone from the market and disable any downloaded copies of the app, according to Wired.com, which received a copy of Google’s cease and desist letter.
Google tells Microsoft to shut down its YouTube app for Windows Phone
Investors pushing the stock up early on Wednesday may be inspired by what Google is expected to roll out at the event. [Read more]
SAP’s software is known for its role running many of the world’s largest companies, but not necessarily for its user-friendliness. As part of an ongoing effort to change this perception, SAP unveiled Fiori, a set of 25 lightweight “consumer-friendly” applications that can run on desktops, tablets and mobile devices, on Wednesday at the Sapphire conference in Orlando.
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SAP unveils ‘consumer-friendly’ Fiori app suite
A limited number of tickets to next month’s Build conference will be available starting Wednesday at 9 a.m. PDT.
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Microsoft to open up more tickets to Build conference
The country lost online access on Wednesday, according to Internet monitoring company Renesys. [Read more]
Google's annual I/O developer event kicks off Wednesday morning. Here's a detailed list of product announcements you might expect
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What to Expect for Chrome and Android at Google I/O 2013
In June, the capital of Georgia will be the third city to get the TV streaming service, following New York and, from this Wednesday, Boston.
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Aereo gets set for Atlanta debut
Google kicks off its I/O developer conference next Wednesday and if there’s one thing that could steal the limelight from Android, Chrome and all the other Google projects, it’s Glass.
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At Google I/O, expect Android, Chrome, and some privacy questions about Glass