We’re serving up your Thursday tech tapas.
Most analysts reportedly still like Google stock, but the company’s shares are down more than 4 percent as of this post, the day after its earnings failed to meet Wall Street’s expectations. By the way, the expiration of an R&D tax credit affected Google’s bottom line.
Yahoo has nominated three new board members, including co-founder David Filo.
The tech-stock slump is making startup investors cautious.
Twitter’s new ad push resembles one by Facebook: Install this app so we can make money.
Name that tune — on your iPhone?
A look at the richest neighborhoods in Silicon Valley.
Sen. Al Franken asks Netflix to weigh in and “gauge risks” posed by Comcast-Time Warner deal.
Amazon workers go on strike again in Germany.
Grams is a new search engine that’s dedicated to finding black-market sites.
Kim Dotcom gets back cash, cars seized in Megaupload raid.
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