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  • Google, Verizon, Samsung, And Others Want To Make New York City Pay Phones Useful Again

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    Eerily similar to cell phones, internet connectivity might be the next step for pay phones.

    As public phone booths grow less and less useful to New Yorkers, former Mayor Michael Bloomberg began a plan in 2012 to give the city's 7,300 pay phones purpose, Bloomberg reports.

    Several tech giants met in May for information about a project to turn every phone booth in New York City into a Wi-Fi hotspot, among them Google, Samsung, Verizon, and Cisco. Proposals for the contract are due July 21.

    The project would allow the service provider to charge for phone service, and collect money from advertising, though Wi-Fi would have to remain free. The city currently offers free Wi-Fi at a mere 20 locations across the five Burroughs, according to the Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications. But with help from one of tech's best, this is likely to change soon.

    Google already offers free Wi-Fi around its West Coast and East Coast main offices in Mountain View, California, and New York's Chelsea neighborhood, respectively, Bloomberg reports. The company is also working to bring broadband to select cities under its Google Fiber program.

    While landing a contract would obviously benefit whichever superstar service provider has the proposal, connectivity would bring a huge benefit to the city overall. Those 7,300 Wi-Fi hubs would essentially turn New York into one of the world's biggest wireless hotspots.

    That's not the first we've heard about companies finding new uses for old tech. At the Fortune Brainstorm conference in Aspen, Colorado, last week, Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg said that 5G is coming soon and not only will it be faster, but it will also be smarter and be located in weird spots, like telephone polls.

    SEE ALSO: Here's what happens when cellphone users get their own lane on the sidewalk

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  • This Gadget Can Hijack Any Google Chromecast, And It's Actually A Pretty Serious Issue

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    Living room trolls, rejoice.

    Dan Petro, a security analyst for the Bishop Fox IT consulting firm, built a proof of concept device that’s able to hack into any Google Chromecasts nearby to project Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up,” or any other video a prankster might choose.

    According to a blog post written by Petro (via TechCrunch), the “Rickmote,” which is built on top of the $35 Raspberry Pi single board computer, finds a local Chromecast device, boots it off the network, and then takes over the screen with multimedia of one’s choosing. 

    Petro’s 20-minute YouTube video breaks down how the Rickmote works, but to briefly summarize, the device employs an unencrypted command called “deauth,” which basically deauthorizes the device from the network. As TechCrunch points out, this isn’t a Chromecast bug, but actually a relatively common quirk among WiFi devices.

    When the Chromecast receives the “deauth” command, it returns to its configuration mode, leaving it open for a device — in this case, the Rickmote — to configure it. At that point, the Rickmote tells the Chromecast to connect to its own WiFi network, at which point, Google’s streaming stick is effectively hacked.

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    When the Rickmote and Chromecast are connected, pranksters can send videos or songs of their choosing to Google's HDMI streaming dongle.

    But it gets worse for the victims: If the hacker's Rickmote stays within the range of the device, even if you turn the Chromecast off and on again, it will constantly reconnect to the Rickmote — "thus the Rickroll keeps going indefinitely," Petro told BI.

    If the Rickmote leaves with area, the Chromecast still needs to be reconfigured in order to regain control, but it could be easily hacked by anyone else's Rickmote at any point in the future, forcing you to reconfigure your streaming stick over and over again. The Chromecast's only defense against a Rickmote that stays within range is a factory reset.

    Unfortunately for Google, this Chromecast issue won't be too easy to fix, as the configuration process is an essential part of the Chromecast experience. We’ve reached out to Google for comment, and we’ll update this story as soon as we learn more.

    Petro says he plans on releasing a “step-by-step guide on how to create a Rickmote controller out of a Raspberry Pi,” and will offer some details on August 6 at the Black Hat Tools Arsenal USA at the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas. However, hackers and pranksters can already get started building their own devices with the open-source code and set of instructions, which is available at the Bishop Fox GitHub page.

    “Once it’s ready, using the Rickmote could not be any easier,” Petro writes. “To start rick rolling, boot it up and press the big Rickroll button. One click is all it takes — and Rick Astley runs wild!”

    SEE ALSO: One man's dream of customizable wireless earbuds just hit Kickstarter

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  • 10 Beautiful Design Details In Google's New Android Software

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    If you're an avid Android user, your phone's software is about to look a whole lot different in the next few months.

    Google is billing the redesigned user interface as the key feature in its next major mobile software update, Android L. 

    With Android L, Google is introducing some aesthetic tweaks as part of its Material Design overhaul.

    Material Design is a sleek, neat, and colorful new interface that's meant to make the user experience seamless across devices on all screens — whether you're using a smartwatch, phone, or tablet. 

    In addition to a leaner overall look, Material Design adds a few subtle nuances that make the Android experience seem more interactive and visually pleasing. 

    Google says it studied paper and ink to achieve the shadowed and textured look you'll find in Android L. 

    Here are some of the best visual components Android users have to look forward to. 

    A big part of Material Design is the way colors are portrayed. Google developed a color palette specifically to highlight shades and tints, which adds more life to user interface elements.

    Notice how the generic form above is highlighted in purple and looks slightly larger than the rest. That effect is meant to draw your eye to information that's more important, such as the title in this case. 

    App icons in Android L are based on geometric shapes, which make them pop and appear more symmetrical.

    Google says that Material Design is based on the same design principles as paper. This means app icons are designed to rise up when you tap them rather than sink down.

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  • Here’s Why This School District Chose Google Chromebooks Over Mac And Windows

    Google ChromebookWhen David Andrade became the CIO for the Bridgeport Public Schools District in Connecticut last year, he knew he was in for a big challenge. 

    Only a few old desktop PCs were located in the district’s public schools, and his limited budget made it difficult to place a big order for new computers. Being in a working-class community, where 95% of the students receive free or reduced-cost lunches, most students didn’t have access to computers outside of school, either. 

    So when he was asked to bring more computers to Bridgeport public schools, Andrade immediately thought of Google’s Chromebook. He had tried one of the first Chromebooks in 2010, when Google sent it to him for review on his blog, and was impressed by its price and functionality.

    “The affordability and easy maintenance of Chromebooks clinched the deal — we could buy three Chromebooks for the price of a single desktop computer,” Andrade wrote on Google’s official enterprise blog Friday. “We would also save on support time and costs since Chromebooks update automatically.”

    He initially bought 4,000 Chromebooks for the high schools, and started using Google Apps for Education to give every student an email address. He also transferred all the student documents to Google Drive to save time and storage costs. Now the district owns 9,000 Chromebooks in total, allowing every high school student to have one at their desk. 

    “The Chromebooks have already changed how teachers teach and students learn: there’s less ‘listen-to-me’ lecturing, and more active student involvement in creating their own projects,” he wrote in his blog post.

    Andrade’s story doesn’t come as a surprise considering Chromebook’s growing market share in education. During Thursday’s earnings call, Google’s Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora said more than 1 million Chromebooks were sold to schools last quarter. That’s a huge spike compared with the 2.1 million Chromebooks sold in all of last year. 

    “It’s clearly a record quarter and the popularity of Chromecast continues to grow,” Arora said.

    As of last year, 22% of the school districts in the U.S. were using Google Chromebooks.

    “Education is an extraordinarily important sector that Google is going to want to focus on,” Scott Strawn, analyst at IDC told Business Insider. “There’s still a long way to go but a million sales of Chromebooks does represent an alternative to Windows on a desktop, and that’s pretty meaningful.”

    For Andrade, what makes this meaningful is the way it’s changing how his students learn. As one of his 10th-grade students told him, “they make it easier to hand in work and decrease your chance of failing.”

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  • Google Has A Massive, Growing Pile Of Cash (GOOG)

    At some point in the near future, investors are going to start asking for buybacks or a dividend from Google. Google would probably rather spend the money building an escalator to Mars, though. Chart via Statista.


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  • Yahoo's Share Of The Search Market Fell Below 10% For The First Time Ever (YHOO, MSFT, GOOG)

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    The latest data from comScore on the state of search industry isn't good for Yahoo. 

    Yahoo's share of the U.S. search market is under 10% for the first time ever, says Ben Schachter of Macquarie Research. Yahoo's actual share is 9.8%, its lowest ever. Yahoo's share of the search market has been taking for the past nine years. 

    This is a big problem for Yahoo since its search business is lucrative. While Yahoo's display ad business fell 7% last quarter, revenue from search was up 6% on a year-over-year basis. Revenue from search was $428 million compared to $436 million from its display ad business. 

    "With no apparent structural bottom in Yahoo’s search business, it is difficult to envision how Yahoo will be able to sustain the paid click volume growth it has reported for the past two years," says Schachter. "We note that Yahoo’s reported search revenue includes its partner network; many of these partners were restricted by Google and thus switched to Yahoo (generating faster revenue and paid click growth). We believe that this is not sustainable, and we remain cautious on the long term structural challenges facing Yahoo in search advertising."

    Yahoo's search business losses are Microsoft's Bing search gains. Bing is at 19.2%, up 0.4% on a monthly basis. Google is at 67.6%, which is flat on a monthly basis. 

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  • Outgoing Google Executive Gets To Keep An $8 Million Bonus Even Though His Contract Said He Would Have To Give It Up (GOOG)

    Nikesh Arora

    Google announced in its second quarter earnings that its chief business officer, Nikesh Arora, is leaving the company to join SoftBank as the CEO of its Internet and Media division. 

    Arora, the company's chief business officer since 2011, became Google's highest paid executive in 2012. His  $51 million compensation package included an $8 million cash bonus that he would have to return if he left the company before April 2015.

    Turns out, Google decided to let him keep the money even though he's leaving early. 

    Here's the snippet from the 2012 SEC filing saying he'd have to return it:

    If Nikesh’s employment with Google terminates for any reason after the Payment Date and prior to April 25, 2015, then Nikesh will be required to repay to Google the full value of the Cash Awards either before or after applicable tax withholdings, depending on when the termination occurs.

    And here's the key line from the 2014 filing:

    On July 17, 2014, the Leadership Development and Compensation Committee of the Board of Directors of Google approved a waiver of the tenure-based repayment requirement in the cash award made by Google to Nikesh in April 2012.

    It's good to be Nikesh Arora! 

    SEE ALSO: Here's How Google Changed When Larry Page Became CEO Again

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  • Google CBO Praises 'Phenomenal' YouTube Growth

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    Google's second quarter financial results revealed further growth for the internet giant, as its revenues rose 22% year-on-year to $15.96bn. The company's net profits were up 5.9% to $3.42bn.

    Google's own sites accounted for $10.94bn of its revenues in the last quarter, with advertising on other sites generating $3.42bn. The company also highlighted the growth of its Google Play store for apps, music, video and ebooks.

    The "other revenues" category in Google's financial results was up 53% year-on-year to $1.6bn, with chief financial officer Patrick Pichette telling analysts that "digital sales of apps and content in our Play Store drove the year-over-year growth" for that part of Google's business.

    His colleague, chief business officer Nikesh Arora – who is about to leave Google for a new job at SoftBank – added that "Google Play continues to grow at breakneck speed across all types of digital content".

    He also pointed to the announcement during the recent I/O developer conference that Google had paid out more than $5bn to Android app developers in the last year alone. "Clearly, it is a growing business for us as well."

    Another point of interest from Google's financials was the company's growth in the UK, where revenues jumped 22% year-on-year to $1.6bn, compared to 12% growth in the US to $6.6bn.

    The fastest growth came from the rest of the world, though, where Google's revenues rose 31% to $7.7bn for the second quarter.

    YouTube was prominent during Google's earnings call with analysts, although Pichette declined to comment on a recent claim by technology site The Information that the online video service made $3.5bn in 2013.

    "We don’t comment on outside estimates," he said, although Arora was keen to talk up YouTube's growing business attracting advertising from big brands.

    "Whereas digital used to be just one channel, today’s brands are putting digital at the centre of the brand building campaign," he said.

    "We see this from our clients as well and video seems to be the linchpin of the strategy. YouTube continues to be driven by the insanely popular channels from some of our top content creators like Breakout hit Epic Rap Battles of History and new sensation Vice News."

    Arora also hailed the impact of an initiative launched in April called Google Preferred, which packages together the most popular YouTube channels and sells ads across them up front, in the same way that traditional TV ads are sold.

    He said that advertising agency groups Digitas and Omnicom, as well as brands like General Motors, Coca Cola, Universal Pictures and Adidas have all signed up for the initiative.

    "Our monetisation model in YouTube is working. It’s a phenomenal model. It is now the linchpin of each of our brand strategies if our partners and advertisers want to come work with us to create brand campaigns," said Arora.

    "YouTube allows you to actually target a fragmented set of interests in a most efficient fashion, as opposed to try and do burst advertising that you would do in television and broadcast."

    Analysts were keen to find out how Google's efforts to fund more original content on YouTube – it's rumoured to be in talks with various Hollywood studios and independent producers to offer $1m-$3m towards new YouTube-only projects – might dovetail with its Google Fiber business, which has made Google a broadband ISP in 34 US cities.

    The potential is for Google to effectively become a cable TV provider, except with the channels coming from YouTube as well as traditional networks. "Bandwidths will continue to increase. People’s appetite for bandwidths will continue to grow up," said Pichette.

    "It’s clear that people will consume content more and more in a non-linear fashion. And its clear that content will come from different places, not just the traditional mechanisms of cable and television."

    Meanwhile, Pichette warned analysts not to expect Google's more experimental projects, including self-driving cars, to make lots of money in the near future.

    "In some cases like self driving cars, obviously multi-year... we think of kind of half decade, sometimes even a bit longer before... you can get kind of real momentum on revenue and profitability," he said.


    This article originally appeared on guardian.co.uk

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  • Google's Reshuffle Of Executives Underscores Its Growing Ambitions

    Larry PageSAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc's reshuffle of its senior ranks underscores the Internet company’s evolving business ambitions, analysts say.

    Four years after co-founder Larry Page took the reins back as chief executive officer, his team of lieutenants is clearly undergoing a refresh.

    On Thursday, Google announced the surprise departure of its veteran business chief Nikesh Arora, who will become Vice Chairman of SoftBank Corp.

    Arora represents the latest in a string of personnel changes within Google’s top ranks over the past 16 months, affecting major divisions from Youtube to its popular Android mobile software.

    In some cases, the moves appear to be the result of personal circumstances or opportunities. Arora’s role at SoftBank represents a promotion, analysts say.

    But a half-dozen other top executives have left or switched roles in recent months. They included the departed Vic Gundotra, who oversaw the Google+ social network; and Salar Kamangar, who was CEO of YouTube before moving to another role.

    Fresh faces now pictured on Google’s senior management page include Craig Barratt, whose responsibilities include efforts building broadband networks and delivering wireless Internet access, and Lorraine Twohill, the head of marketing who was recently promoted to senior vice president.

    It is unclear what motivated each individual move. But analysts say they suggest a general desire to have fresh eyes on key parts of the business as Google pursues growth areas.

    “The opportunities they’re chasing are so much bigger now,” said BGC Partners analyst Colin Gillis.

    “They weren’t digging up fiber four years ago. They didn’t have Chromecast,” he said, referring to Google’s ultra-high-speed fiber network and a device for streaming Web content to televisions.

    Google’s transition to smartphones represents a key success in recent years. Now, it is seeking to extend Android’s reach into televisions, smartwatches and cars.

    This week, Google announced that former Ford Motor Co CEO Alan Mulally was joining its board, bringing expertise and connections as Google seeks to play a bigger role in automobiles with its Android software and self-driving car technology.

    Andy Rubin, credited with making Android a hit, is now focused on building another potential area of growth for the company: robots.

    Other initiatives, such as the Google+ network launched to take on Facebook Inc, appear to have receded in priority, with the service barely mentioned at this year's developer conference.

    Meanwhile, Google’s online advertising business remains a reliable money-making machine, with revenue up 22 percent to $16 billion in the second quarter. Arora's departure should not cause any major hiccups, analysts said.

    He will be replaced for now by Omid Kordestani, one of Google’s early sales executives.

    “Google is a pretty efficient machine, so I think they’ll be able to plug in the up-and-coming person,” said Needham & Co analyst Kerry Rice, referring to Kordestani. “I don’t think it will be too detrimental.”


    (Reporting by Alexei Oreskovic; Editing by Ken Wills)

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  • Here's What Steve Jobs Told Bill Campbell About Advising Apple And Google At The Same Time

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    Fortune just posted an interview with Intuit chairman Bill Campbell, who stepped down from Apple's board of directors today.

    Campbell, a longtime Steve Jobs ally, spoke to Adam Lashinsky about his relationship with the legendary innovator.

    “[Jobs] came by one day, and we sat on a bench by the pool, and he said, ‘I’d like you to join the Apple board,’" Campbell told Lashinsky. "I said, without hesitation, ‘For sure.’”

    Campbell is one of the few Apple insiders to have watched Steve Jobs develop professionally, first at NeXT and then at Apple.

    “I watched him emerge as a CEO in real time,” Campbell says. “I had a continuum with him. I watched him when he was general manager of the Mac division and when he went off and started NeXT. I watched Steve go from being a creative entrepreneur to a guy who had to run a business.”

    But their relationship became acrimonious when Campbell began advising Google cofounder Eric Schmidt informally, which Jobs resented.

    “Steve would say, ‘If you’re helping them you’re hurting me.’ He would yell at me," said Campbell. "I’d say, ‘I can’t do HTML, come on. I’m just coaching them on how to run their company better.’” 

    Check out the full interview at Fortune.

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    Last year we introduced our new affiliate platform partner, PHG, providing added countries and unified program reporting. Today we are announcing the migration of 39 Europe and South America countries to this single platform.

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  • Affiliate Reporting Holiday Shutdown 2013-12-18T18:46:21Z

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  • 20 Additional Countries Added to the PHG Platform 2013-09-30T19:07:38Z

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  • 17 New Countries Added to the PHG Platform 2013-09-04T23:03:54Z

    We are very happy to announce the expansion of the iTunes Affiliate Program with 17 new countries now available on the PHG platform.

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    We're introducing a new affiliate platform partner, PHG, which will support the Affiliate Program's expansion to more countries and provide improved reporting tools. If you are currently participating in the Affiliate Program in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia, or New Zealand, you will now be supported by this new platform. To continue earning commissions without interruption, set up a new affiliate account and update all existing links by October 1, 2013. Join now or learn more.

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