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Uber and Google's Waymo fight it out to be on the forefront of the autonomous car business
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Uber and Google's Waymo fight it out to be on the forefront of the autonomous car business

Waymo and Uber are part of a crowded field of automakers and technology companies competing to build fleets of self-driving cars.

Eric Schmidt to step down as executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet Inc
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Eric Schmidt to step down as executive chairman of Google's parent company Alphabet Inc

Eric Schmidt held shares worth about $4.9 billion and maintained 5.6 percent voting control over the company.

Google celebrates its 19th birthday in a doodle with 19 surprises; but there's a bit of a confusion
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Google celebrates its 19th birthday in a doodle with 19 surprises; but there's a bit of a confusion

Point your browser (mobile or desktop) to Google Search and you be greeted with a party spread complete with a birthday cake, party hats and balloons shaped in the letters of the 'Google' alphabets.

Google Waymo patents technology for 'soft' self-driving cars to reduce the impact of an accident
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Google Waymo patents technology for 'soft' self-driving cars to reduce the impact of an accident

Google's self-driving cars will become soft on the outside if it comes across a situation where there is a possibility of an accident with a human.

US Court allows Uber to seek deposition of Alphabet CEO and chief legal officer
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US Court allows Uber to seek deposition of Alphabet CEO and chief legal officer

Uber will be allowed to seek deposition of Larry Page, CEO and David Drummond, Alphabet's chief legal officer and senior Vice-President of corporate development.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai gets massive hike in pay package
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai gets massive hike in pay package

Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, once again drew salaries of only one dollar.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai takes home nearly $200 mn in compensation last year, gets stock award of $199 mn
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai takes home nearly $200 mn in compensation last year, gets stock award of $199 mn

Pichai received a stock award of $198.7 million in 2016, roughly double his 2015 stock award of $99.8 million

Silicon Valley Startup Kitty Hawk plans to deliver personal
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Silicon Valley Startup Kitty Hawk plans to deliver personal "flying cars" in this year

The company describes the Flyer as "a new, all-electric aircraft," which is "safe, tested and legal to operate in the United States in uncongested areas".

Trump executive order: Google employees' protest, sends across a strong point
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Trump executive order: Google employees' protest, sends across a strong point

Sure, a lot of tech CEOs raised their voices against the order. We have a whole list here. But in the case of Google, it is not only the CEO, but also a co-founder, former CEO as well as the Google employees themselves, who have made their stand clear over the last few days.

Donald Trump meets tech leaders: Silicon Valley caught off guard by olive branch
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Donald Trump meets tech leaders: Silicon Valley caught off guard by olive branch

To say that Silicon Valley was caught off-guard by Donald Trump’s election to the Presidential Office would be something of an understatement.

Luxembourg to invest 25 million euros in Planetary Resources, a US-based asteroid mining firm
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Luxembourg to invest 25 million euros in Planetary Resources, a US-based asteroid mining firm

Luxembourg is investing $27.6 million (25 million euros) in privately owned Planetary Resources, an asteroid-mining startup also backed by Google co-founder Larry Page, the company said on Tuesday.

Alphabet reorganisation has worked great for Google except projects including cars and balloons
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Alphabet reorganisation has worked great for Google except projects including cars and balloons

Reorganizing itself under the umbrella company Alphabet has done wonders for Google - but less so for a grab bag of eclectic projects ranging from robotic cars to internet-beaming balloons, which are suffering costly growing pains.

Today's Google Doodle celebrates Google's eighteenth birthday, and we take a walk down memory lane
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Today's Google Doodle celebrates Google's eighteenth birthday, and we take a walk down memory lane

Google was incorporated in 1998, but the roots of the company goes back a little more than that.

Jeff Bezos is richer than Warren Buffett: Here's a list of the 10 richest people in tech
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Jeff Bezos is richer than Warren Buffett: Here's a list of the 10 richest people in tech

Jeff Bezos overtakes Warren Buffett as the third richest man on the planet. Here is a list of the 10 wealthiest people in the world of technology.

Google co-founder secretly invests in flying car start ups
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Google co-founder secretly invests in flying car start ups

Google co-founder Larry Page has secretly poured more than $100 million into building flying cars,

Alphabet shareholder meeting: Ruth Porat addressed as 'Lady CFO', Larry Page missing
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Alphabet shareholder meeting: Ruth Porat addressed as 'Lady CFO', Larry Page missing

At the most recent shareholder meeting, the first ever since Google's parent company Alphabet was formed, Google has showed how it plans to move forward.

Alphabet Inc's smart thermostat maker Nest's CEO, Tony Fadell, steps down
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Alphabet Inc's smart thermostat maker Nest's CEO, Tony Fadell, steps down

Tony Fadell, a well-known Silicon Valley executive who was once expected to play a central role in Alphabet Inc's hardware efforts, has stepped down as chief executive of the search giant's Nest unit, the company said.

Larry Page spars with Oracle attorney at Android trial
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Larry Page spars with Oracle attorney at Android trial

Google did not pay to use Oracle's software in millions of smartphones, but the company believed that the intellectual property was free for anyone to use, Larry Page, chief executive of Google's parent company, told jurors in court on Thursday.

Oracle vs Google: Larry Page spars with Oracle attorney at Android trial
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Oracle vs Google: Larry Page spars with Oracle attorney at Android trial

Google did not pay to use Oracle's software in millions of smartphones, but the company believed that the intellectual property was free for anyone to use, Larry Page, chief executive of Google's parent company, told jurors in court.