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Google wins a ruling denying Gmail privacy cases class-action lawsuits.

Alleged Google Glass attack victim at a bar in San Francisco was accused of recording her neighbors (by smartphone) a couple of years ago.

Status update: Facebook reports advances in its facial-recognition software.

Will Elon Musk become the next Henry Ford? A look at all the analyst optimism surrounding Tesla.

Electronic Arts, Facebook, eBay/PayPal, Yahoo and other companies are in the running for the this year’s Consumerist’s Worst Company in America tourney, which EA has won for the past two years.

What Facebook’s Frank Gehry-designed main headquarters building is supposed to look like.

Speaking of buildings: After the renovation of the building that houses Yelp’s headquarters, the Atlantic’s Alexis Madrigal takes a 26-story look at San Francisco history.

Cloak, an anti-social app, uses location technology to help you avoid people you’d rather not run into.

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