The Star Trek computer doesn't seem that interesting. They ask it random questions, it thinks for a while. I think we can do better than that. - Quoted in Ben Elgin, "Google's Goal: "Understand Everything," BusinessWeek (2004-05-03)
29.01.2012 [TechCrunch] - LarryPage recently announced that he is quite thrilled with Google+'s explosive growth — with 90 million registered accounts and 80% of the people engaging on a weekly basis across all Google properties. The problem, of course, is that very few of
25.01.2012 [Fortune] - Disappointing quarter aside, it's too early to tell whether Google is fundamentally doing better or worse under LarryPage. But the company is more focused, more willing to take risks and -- for the first time in years -- more interesting.
15.02.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Google and others also have explored the idea of letting people store their own medical records in more specialized services, with limited success; Google Health, for example, wasn't widely adopted and Google CEO LarryPage ended the program last year.
17.02.2012 [CNN México.com] - ... y reunirlos en un perfil único, lo que inquietó a varios internautas, expertos e incluso a algunos miembros del Congreso estadounidense, quienes escribieron una carta al presidente de Google, LarryPage, para pedir aclaración sobre las novedades.
02.02.2012 [ZDNet (blog)] - Some industry watchers expected Mr Zuckerberg to try to best LarryPage's eloquent and impassioned “Founder's Letter” that launched Google's IPO. Both founders were close in age when they wrote letters introducing their company to prospective
16.02.2012 [ReadPyxl: a Blog (blog)] - According to Google CEO LarryPage, Google+ boasts 90 million total users. 60% (or 54 million users) sign in to Google+ everyday, and 80% (72 million) sign in at least once a week. With these numbers, Facebook better move quickly.