The tragic story in which a man rented a car in Boston via peer-to-peer car sharing company RelayRides and wound up seriously injuring four people while losing his life, raised a familiar question for the share economy: Who’s responsible?
With all the press releases masquerading as news, Techmeme has felt more like Craiglist for articles in the past few months, or is it years. But recently we finally got some real news, when Google of all people released Gdrive.
It seems there's a new tech startup conference at least once each week in the San Francisco Bay Area. Almost all of them fill their rosters with varying combinations of entrepreneurs and investors. I attend lots of these, or at east portions of them.
Bloomberg reports that Google is negotiating with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission over the size of a fine for violating the privacy settings of Apple's Safari browser. The fine could amount to $10 million or more.
With ‘social discovery’ all the rage with apps like Highlight, Banjo and Glancee attracting attention during this year's SXSW it's easy to forget there are players out there which have been doing this a tad longer.
Google News already featured some integration with Google+ in the past, but today, Google is expanding this integration by bringing "relevant Google+ posts for a new social perspective" to its news aggregation site.
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