19.02.2012 [Indian Express] - Google chief executive officer LarryPage is clearly looking beyond not just search — still the main cog in its profit-making machine — but software entirely. Here's why: Apple's $465-billion-odd market capitalisation is currently greater than
19.02.2012 [Jakarta Globe] - Google co-founder and chief executive LarryPage said the acquisition would allow the company “to better protect Android from anti-competitive threats from Microsoft, Apple and other companies.” The gradual morphing of Google from the leader of
17.02.2012 [CBS News] - (When the company announced the Motorola Mobility (MMI) acquisition, LarryPage claimed that "Microsoft and Apple are banding together in anti-competitive patent attacks on Android.") Who wants to be caught in the middle of a war?
10.02.2012 [Economic Times] - LarryPage, who last year took the reins of the company he co-founded, has been intent on moving into hardware. To compete with Apple and Amazon, Google thinks it has to have greater control over production. Next week, Google is likely to complete its
17.02.2012 [Techzone360] - And, in just past few days, the European Union's Article 29 Working Party, the umbrella organization that includes 27 data protection authorities in the EU and has jurisdiction over such things, sent a letter to Google CEO LarryPage asking for more
19.02.2012 [Register] - There was a cull of such projects – including Google Labs, Google Health and Google PowerMeter – when LarryPage took the helm as CEO, vowing to "put more wood behind fewer arrows". Wallet is closer to market than those, and is unlikely to go away
18.02.2012 [Expansión.com] - Steve Jobs de Apple, Mark Zuckerberg de Facebook o LarryPage de Google, son las estrellas, pero en Silicon Valley hay miles de emprendedores que a pesar de no ser tan famosos, han tenido éxito. Por lo que, durante mi viaje por San Francisco estaba muy