Education Disrupted: How Google Took Over the Classroom

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Spread the loveTweet Although business practices like encouraging educators to spread the word to their peers have become commonplace among education technology firms, Google has successfully deployed these techniques on…


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Tech Tip: How to Do a Text Search on Mobile

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Spread the loveTweet Q. On a desktop browser, you can press Control + F to get a search box so you can look for a specific word or phrases on…


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State of the Art: Tech’s Frightful Five: They’ve Got Us

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Spread the loveTweet Their growth has prompted calls for greater regulation and antitrust intervention. There’s rising worry, too, over their softer, noneconomic influence over culture and information — for instance,…


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Mediator: Ad Buyers Have a Say in Whether Real News Survives

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Spread the loveTweet There is more at stake in the answer than the fortunes of our two online overlords. It will also help determine the fate of the rest of…


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Tech Tip: When Apple Maps Marks Your Spot

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Spread the loveTweet Q. I thought Apple Maps on my iPhone was supposed to automatically show me where I parked my car, but I don’t think it’s working. Am I…


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Google Agrees to Pay Italy $334 Million in Back Taxes

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Spread the loveTweet Photo Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif. As European lawmakers grapple with how much tax technology companies should pay on their overseas operations, industry executives are considering…


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Email Attack Hits Google: What to Do if You Clicked

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Spread the loveTweet If you receive suspicious email, here are some tips: 1. Do not click, even when the email is from your mother. Even when you receive links from…


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State of the Art: Giving the Behemoths a Leg Up on the Little Guy

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Spread the loveTweet Which brings us to net neutrality. The rule basically prevents broadband providers from offering preferential treatment to some content online — it blocks Comcast from giving, say,…


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Microsoft Looks to Regain Lost Ground in the Classroom

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Spread the loveTweet “The second-order effects of education, of being relevant in education, are going to be very, very key for us,” Mr. Nadella said in an interview last week.…


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Bits: Daily Report: Cloud Computing Asserts Itself

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Spread the loveTweetPhoto The Amazon headquarters in Seattle. Amazon Web Services is the leader in cloud computing services, but Microsoft and Alphabet are investing heavily to close the gap. Credit…


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