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UK sales for 2013 surge to $5.6bn, bringing its corporation tax arrangements back into the spotlight

The Google campus at its headquarters in Mountain View, California

Lenovo jumps to the top table with $2.9bn Motorola purchase from Google

The suprise sale allows Google to drop a struggling part of their business and lets Lenovo leapfrog their way to third place in smartphone sales

North Korean gulags are attracting reviews on Google Maps

Chongjin camp gets 2.8 user rating

Google Glass: Prescription frames introduced to prep the technology for primetime

The technology may not be available yet in the UK, but Google are keen to normalise Glass - launching a new range of stylish, all-titanium frames

Google buys UK artificial intelligence start-up DeepMind for £400m

London-based company focused on “cutting edge artificial intelligence" could supply the brains for Google's burgeoning robotics division

Facebook hits back - predicts Princeton won't exist by 2021 using 'scholarly scholarliness'

Princeton scholars predicted the social network's demise - a Facebok data engineer used the same "robust methodology" to forecast Princeton's doom

Five bedroom new flat for sale, Penthouse B The Atrium, 127-131 Park Road, London NW8. On with Aston Chase at
£9,750,000

Property news roundup: Using Google Glass to sell properties

Plus, househunter numbers up, house supply down, and latest mortgage figures

Google removes Chrome extensions for injecting ads

Decision by the search giant has highlighted a practice of marketers buying software in order to take advantage of their user base

Amazon plans to ship customers' packages before they even order them

A patent filed by the e-commerce giant last December reveals the plan for 'anticipatory shipping' - using big data to predict what customers will buy

More Brits signing up for British Gas 'smart' heating app as Google enters the field

Hive Active Heating combines a smartphone app with a connected thermostat to let customers control their heating on the go

California woman ticketed for wearing Google Glass while driving to appear in court

Case raises questions about use of wearable technology in everyday life

Google to be tried in the UK: High Court upholds British claimants' 'secret tracking' case

The search giant had originally claimed that it should be tried in the US

Yahoo boss Marissa Mayer fires number two Henrique de Castro

Decision comes just 15 months after she poached him from rival Google

Google launches Chome 32: Here's a run-down of what's new in the search engine's browser

New ways to track tabs, webcam-incidators and a new look for Windows 8

Lucky escape for Sydney passengers as metal bar is driven through carriage floor after train derails

Fire officers say no serious injuries have been reported

Google changes YouTube comments once more - receives a mixed response

New comment system makes it easier to remove comments, flag them as spam, or reply underneath the video

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