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LA Times BlogThe Nike MAG shoes worn by Marty McFly -- er, actor Michael J. Fox -- in the classic film "Back to the Future Part II" have long been an unattainable holy grail for sneaker-heads. Now, finally, the MAGs have taken the leap from the silver screen into the...
firstname.lastname@example.orgDaniel Dulitz doesn’t have to search long to understand why he’s still working at Google. The Webster native, who joined Google 11 years ago, is proud of the way the company continually gets better at providing people with information. By...
Moviegoers in China enthusiastically see American films, yet the reverse is almost never true. But you'd think if there would be someone who might bridge the divide — someone whose personal background, connections and professional expertise could...
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L.A. Times Tech BlogArtist finds treasure in Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's trash...
TechnologyGoogle Inc. has a leaked manifesto on its hands and it may be a stickier problem for Google than Brad Garlinghouse's famous "Peanut Butter" manifesto ("Change is needed and it is needed soon") was for Yahoo Inc. in 2006. In......
TechnologyVic Gundotra was very social at San Francisco's Web 2.0 Summit Wednesday. Google's senior vice president of engineering told the audience that the Internet search giant is very pleased with its new social network and plans to add new features......
TechnologyIn interviews with his biographer Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs said he respected Mark Zuckerberg for not selling out and for dominating social networking....
TechnologyFacebook founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg says if he started Facebook today, he would stay in Boston....
L.A. Times Tech BlogMark Zuckerberg, the CEO and face of Facebook, might be the most followed person on Google+ -- the social network from Google that is looking to be his biggest rival. Zuckerberg is listed as the most popular person on Goolge+, in terms of the number of...
L.A. Times Tech BlogMark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have all hidden who they follow on Google+ and have since fallen off an unofficial list of the 100 most popular people on the new social network. It seems the three tech executives want a little privacy in their...
L.A. Times Tech BlogMark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin have all gone back to publicly sharing who their followers on Google+ are, a day after the three tech execs, and a few other Google employees, went private. The moves from public to......
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