19.05.2012 [CBC.ca] - The new private space company — backed by the likes of director James Cameron, Google founder LarryPage and a number of other deep-pocketed investors — announced on April 24 that it is developing technology required to mine minerals from near-earth
26.04.2012 [Android Authority] - According to a 2005 email from Andy Rubin to LarryPage, Google decided to keep using Java despite its disagreements with Sun (the creators of Java, acquired by Oracle in 2010), a move that Google officials knew they were going to have to defend.
22.05.2012 Formerly known as Arkyd Astronautics, the company has some serious backing from big-named investors like James Cameron, Canadian film maker, LarryPage, co-founder of Google and Ross Perot, Jr., chairman of the ...
22.05.2012 [TheChronicleHerald.ca] - May 22, 2012 - 4:10am By RAF CASERT AP Google CEO LarryPage speaks at a news conference at the Google offices in New York on Monday. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) BRUSSELS, Belgium — The European Union said on Monday that Google Inc. must in “a matter of
21.05.2012 [Financial Post] - Last year, Oracle's Larry Ellison and Google's LarryPage undertook mediation in an intellectual property fight over Android, but no settlement was reached and a trial in the case has entered its sixth week. “I can't imagine that the heads of a major
21.05.2012 [LaPresse.ca] - «Nous n'avons pas assez de gens qui travaillent dans ces domaines», a souligné LarryPage, directeur exécutif de Google, lors d'une conférence de presse à New York. Le montant de l'opération équivaut à 10 millions de dollars, at-il précisé aux côtés du
17.05.2012 [Globe and Mail] - Mr. Cameron has joined a group of technology tycoons, including Google chief executive officer LarryPage and executive chairman Eric Schmidt, in a company called Planetary Resources Inc., of Seattle, which announced a plan last month to work toward
The Star Trek computer doesn't seem that interesting. They ask it random questions, it thinks for a while. I think we can do better than that. - Quoted in Ben Elgin, "Google's Goal: "Understand Everything," BusinessWeek (2004-05-03)
05.05.2012 [Alternative Energy Stocks] - Just last week a group of technology titans including Google executives LarryPage and Eric Schmidt announced the launch of Planetary Resources, a venture that hopes to mine asteroids for industrial metals. While I can't comment on the business merits