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  • Employees have spoken, and three technology companies took the top spots in a new survey of the best multinational workplaces: Microsoft, software-maker SAS, and data-storage company NetApp

  • Move over, Facebook: Google+ offers a streamlined, real-world platform that minimizes mundane overshares

  • Chrome offers thousands of extensions that allow users to custom-build their browser for better searching, storing and privacy settings. Here are three reasons why I love Google Chrome

  • Google recently unveiled Flight Search, its new airfare search system. It's by no means complete: Consider it a beta-plus version, but you can already see it could become an important competitor

  • 'Mobile payment' is finally hitting primetime, and Google Wallet is the first 'digital wallet' entry.

  • No invite? No problem. Google has opened its Google Plus social network to everyone after testing it with a limited audience for 12 weeks

  • More Internet companies are building their do-it-yourself servers instead of ordering them from computer makers because they can't find the specs they need from major manufacturers

  • Three major American firms have set up a joint venture to rival the mobile phone payment service of Google

  • Google is disruptive in the marketplace, and they'll continue to try to solve complex problems. Here's a sampling of what Google is working on these days

  • How much would you pay for the services of Warren Buffett, Larry Page, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos? Quite a bit, apparently. Those CEOs of Berkshire Hathaway Inc., Google Inc., Apple Inc. and Inc. lead companies that command some of the highest individual stock prices