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Google has announced it has launched a new subsidiary company called Calico, which will work on improving human health, with the focus on "aging and associated diseases."
During a Q&A session as part of the Google I/O keynote, its CEO Larry Page said that he was "sad" that Microsoft offered Google Talk support for Outlook.com users but did not do the reverse.
Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page has made a bold statement against Facebook in an interview, saying they do a "really bad job on their products" without elaborating much further
Google's Larry Page was unable to attend the company's annual shareholder meeting, prompting discussion of his health. Page has since sent out an email to Google employees addressing these concerns.
Google CEO Larry Page has written and posted a lengthy update on the state of the company, with status reports on projects like Android, Chrome, YouTube, Google+, Google's ad products and more.
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates is one of 70 people, along with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and the co-founders of Google, who made Forbes' World's Most Powerful people list.
As Larry Page begins his new job as CEO, whisperings around the Google campus indicate a significant reorganisation is on its way. In an effort to bring the company back to its nimble innovative beginnings,...
The two Google cofounders Larry Page and Sergey Brin both had the early idea of having current Apple CEO Steve Jobs as the company's first CEO instead of Eric Schmidt in a report out today....