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Sharon Gaudin covers the Internet, social media, cloud computing and emerging technologies for Computerworld.

Privacy Group Wants Google's Driverless Cars Kept off the Road

A privacy group is calling on the California Assembly to keep Google's self-driving cars off the road.


Axis Could be a Welcome Boost for Yahoo

With its new browser, Yahoo is trying to change not only the search game but also to reverse its image as a troubled company.

Facebook Stock Slumps for Third Day

Pre-IPO frenzy over as social net's stock sinks below $32 a share.

Facebook IPO Underwhelms

The much-anticipated public stock sale got off to a shaky start and never gained the astronomical momentum expected.

Facebook IPO Countdown Begins

After all the buildup, the day of Facebook's public stock offering arrives, finding the team camped out to celebrate and investors watching expectantly.

Facebook IPO: Is Zuckerberg's Hoodie a Sign of Immaturity?

Mark Zuckerberg was criticized by some attendees at a New York event for showing up in jeans and a hoodie.

Yahoo Pressured to Oust CEO

The row over Yahoo's leadership intensified over weekend as another major investor called for CEO Scott Thompson to be fired.

Will Yahoo CEO's Misstep Kill Company Momentum?

Once a leader in the online world, Yahoo has been overshadowed by players like Google and Facebook, and the company is struggling to regain its top-tier status.

Google Looks to Detroit to Team on Self-driving Cars

The company is looking for partners to help it get autonomous cars on the road within the next decade, a Google exec tells automotive engineers.

Twitter Updates IPhone, Android Apps

Twitter released updated iPhone and Android apps Thursday that make it easier for users to search and find new information.

Google Drive: A Boon, and a Headache, for IT

With the launch of Google Drive this week, IT managers can look forward to a new productivity tool -- and some significant headaches.

Facebook to Pay Microsoft $550M for AOL Patents

Facebook on Monday continued its latest spending spree by agreeing to pay Microsoft about $550 million for some 650 former AOL patents and patent applications.

Craigslist May Get a Makeover

Craigslist late last week posted an ad looking for a "hands-on" senior user interface engineer, along with a front-end and usability engineers.

Look Out, Google, Oakley's Developing Its Own Smart Glasses

Google might want to use its new smart glasses prototype to look over its shoulder.


Intel Grabs Record Share of Growing Chip Market

Gartner reports that Intel and Qualcomm showed great revenue gains in 2011.