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In a change announced Friday, the roughly 225 million users of LinkedIn Corp.'s online professional networking service can now choose to require a code to be sent to their phones whenever an attempt is made to log in to an account from a device for the first time. Comment?
It was an intriguing offer at an affordable price: For $99, I could explore my DNA and learn the story of my ancestry. Comment?
The predicted deceleration overshadowed another stellar performance during the first three months of the year. Comment?
The Provo's City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the sale of the city's nearly decade-old fiber-optic network to Google Inc., which will pay $1 to take over a system that cost $39 million to build. Comment?
The National Weather Service says Monday's high of 85 degrees at Oakland Airport broke the previous high for April 22, which was 82 degrees set in 1966. Comment?
Google Fiber was rolled out in Kansas City, Mo., last year. The Mountain View, Calif., company announced earlier this month it will make Austin, Texas, the second city to get ultra-fast Internet service. Comment?
The information underpinning Google's services - Internet search requests, Gmail or YouTube - is processed in industrial-scale data centers such as the Belgian plant in St. Comment?
But getting them requires lining up days or hours ahead, or paying someone else to. Comment?
The meeting, scheduled to be held Wednesday afternoon at a personal computer museum in Mountain View, Calif., promises to be a tense affair. Comment?
"It's like a big, metal, claw-y machine in `Transformers,'" she said, to much laughter, during a lunchtime gathering at Google's Manhattan offices. Comment?
Mozilla, the non-profit foundation behind the popular Firefox Web browser, is getting into phones. Comment?
Online-education provider Coursera has reached agreements with 29 universities from around the world -- including UC San Diego -- to bring more courses online for free to anyone with a computer and an Internet connection. Comment?
Coursera and edX, two of the leading MOOC providers, on Thursday announced major expansions that will roughly double the number of universities offering free online courses through their websites. Comment?
The milestone comes more than five years after Google's shares initially barreled through $700. Not long after breaking that barrier in October 2007, the economy collapsed into the worst recession since World War II and Google's stock tumbled into a prolonged malaise that eventually led to a change in leadership. Comment?
Investors appear confident that the company will keep its streak alive. The stock hit a new high of $127.45 in late January, and is still hovering near there. Comment?
In this Jan. 17, 2007 photo, California grown avocados are seen on display at a market in Mountain View, Calif. Comment?
In this Wednesday, June, 15, 2011, file photo, job seekers wait in a line at a job fair in Southfield, Mich. Comment?
"This was a heavy burden," Ben Holman said of the day he agreed to become the first black fireman to integrate once all-white fire stations. Comment?
Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz speaks during a news conference at FTC in Washington, Thursday, Jan. Comment?