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Graph search: Facebook opens new chapter to close the internet

Graph search: Facebook opens new chapter to close the internet

Facebook's new search engine attempts to build walls around the internet and keep its horde within its gates. It's a nightmare and it will probably work. Crikey's website editor puts it to the test.

Street View Wi-Fi: is it Google’s News of the World moment?

Street View Wi-Fi: is it Google’s News of the World moment?

Google is, at its heart, a software research, development and engineering company that's built and operates one of the biggest and most complex set of computer systems on the planet.

Google kids have grown up, but where will they take the firm?

Google kids have grown up, but where will they take the firm?

"Day-to-day adult supervision no longer needed!" tweeted Google CEO Eric Schmidt early this morning Australian time as the company announced that Larry Page would take over in April. So without a chaperone, what now for the Google kids in charge?

Google founder talks China

Google founder talks China

Google co-founder Sergey Brin explains why the company finally decided to stop playing ball with the Chinese government's internet censorship, and says doing business with them reminded him of his childhood in the Soviet Union.

Who will be the next Bill Gates?

Who will be the next Bill Gates?

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, Google's Sergey Brin or a bunch of rich Chinese guys you've probably never heard of: which young-gun tech tycoon will be the "next" Bill Gates? Forbes rounds up the contenders.

Tech kings overthrow the media mogul empire

Tech kings overthrow the media mogul empire

The media empire is dead. Tech moguls like Apple's Steve Jobs of Apple and Google's Sergey Brin and Larry Page now control the distribution of news, and the era of old-school moguls like Ted Turner and Rupert Murdoch has come to an end.