Google co-founder Sergey Brin wears Google Glass glasses at an event on the University of California, San Francisco's Mission Bay campus on Feb. 20. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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Samsung Is On A Roll, But Can It Beat Apple?

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The camera mounted on a Google Street View car used to photograph whole streets obscures part of the U.S. Internet giant's logo. Daniel Mihailescu/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., on Tuesday. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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'It's About Time': Facebook Reveals New Search Feature

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Men look at mobile phones at the Adjame market in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. The market for mobile telephones in developing countries has grown quickly, and now Facebook and Google are trying to get users to use the Internet on their devices. Issouf Sanogo /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Before Steve Silverman helped Google build its new Trekker, he built cameras for NASA to photograph the surface of Mars. Silverman says the Trekker is built to survive in intense conditions. It will boot up at 10 below zero Celsius or at 110 Fahrenheit. It will even work after being fully submerged in water. Steve Henn/NPR hide caption

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Google's Street View Goes Into The Wild

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In this photo illustration, the Google logo is seen through a pair of glasses in Glasgow, Scotland. The European Union says a change in Google's privacy policy is a breach of European privacy law. Jeff J. Mitchell/Getty Images hide caption

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European Union Protests Google's New Privacy Policy

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Google CEO Larry Page. What's he going to say now? Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Google's data center in Council Bluffs, Iowa, houses servers in over 115,000 square feet of space. Connie Zhou/Google hide caption

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The Brain Of The Beast: Google Reveals The Computers Behind The Cloud

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California Gov. Jerry Brown (front left) rides in a driverless car to a bill signing at Google headquarters in Mountain View, Calif., on Sept. 25. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Calif. Greenlights Self-Driving Cars, But Legal Kinks Linger

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