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Tag Archives: Google

Ford and Google Auto-Auto Collaboration … Oil and Water?

– We see that Ford and Google are discussing entering a collaborative arrangement in order to advance the progress of developing AUTOnomous AUTOmobiles (which I’m thinking of calling Auto-Autos or Auto-Squared), in a rapidly-evolving highly-competitive marketplace. Could this be a dream come true?…

Google—Not Being Evil, Not Doing Harm

– In a couple of columns in December 2008, I questioned whether or not Google was being true to its maxim of not being evil. At that time, I confused their motto of “Don’t be evil” with the physicians’ Hippocratic Oath of “Do no harm.” But I also argued that infringement of privacy could…

Google Plus – Disk Space Minus, Spam Double Minus

– Google’s foray into Facebook’s space hit an unfortunate glitch during its “field trial” … the system ran out of disk space and was down for more than an hour and those users, who were affected, received a deluge of emails … see Graham Cluley’s post “Google+ runs out of disk…

A Break in the Cloud

– As the recent reporting demonstrates, an outage in cloud computing does in fact let the sun shine through … through to the realization that the cloud is not totally reliable and resilient. The recent experiences with Amazon and Google serve to illustrate this, although there have been quite…

Privacy? What Privacy?

– It is unusual for the popular (as opposed to technical) press and particularly for The Wall Street Journal to publish a multipart series on the topic of privacy. But the WSJ did it in “What They Know: A Wall Street Journal Investigation” And I think they did a pretty good job. You can find the…