Prominent Google executive disagrees with company requiring use of real names

In the face of increasing government-led crackdowns on social media, Google should not force Internet users to reveal their real names for some services, including its Google+ social network, said Vint Cerf, a senior Google executive known as a “father of the Internet.”   In an interview with Reuters, Cerf acknowledged that the search giant’s …

The smartphone as personal object finder

Speaking at a morning session at this year’s CES, a major consumer electronic event held from January 8-11 in Las Vegas, on the topic of the future of “connectivity,” Vint Cerf, known as “the father of the Internet,” outlined what could be in store in the near future for software-enabled clothes. read more