Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Solve for X

  • Googles latest offering has more to do with science fiction than search. The web giant announced the launch of a new forum called Solve for X that is dedicated to probing technology moonshots.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • Google's Richard DeVaul, who goes by the title, "Rapid Evaluator (mad scientist)" posted on Google+: The "solve for x" conference continues to be really interesting.
  • (WebProNews)
  • MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - Google unveiled a new project Monday dedicated to tackling some of the worlds biggest problems.
  • (myfoxny.com)
  • Google has taken the lid off its Solve For X site. The details are scant, but it appears to be a kind of think tank project aimed at radical problem solving, along the lines of TED.
  • (PC Magazine)
  • Search Engine giant Google has unveiled a new site for a radical new idea.  They are using the new platform "Solve for X to figure our radical solutions to radical problems.
  • (The Inquisitr)
  • Google on Monday released a video regarding its Solve for X project, which the company says is a place where the curious can go to hear and discuss radical technology ideas for solving global problems.
  • (Computerworld Australia)
  • and it was nothing more than an OS X take on Google Search and applications. While it now renders a 404 error, you can access the original via a variety of mirrors preserving the site.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Dear Problem Solver: I contacted C.A., Rockland, the reader who is taking the amateur radio tech test in February. We arranged to meet at Peaceful Meadows where I enjoyed a yummy butterscotch sundae before C.A. and his wife arrived.
  • (Enterprise)
  • 22nd St., Oak Brook IL 6052. No goodie hoodies Dear Problem Solver: I am sorry you didn't receive my update about the sweatshirt hunt. I shopped the Raynham Flea Market to no avail. I visited the liquor store in East Bridgewater.
  • (Abington Mariner)

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