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Today in Tech: Why Google's behavior calls for a new company motto

March 26, 2012: 4:30 AM ET

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* Yahoo (YHOO) has three new directors: former Fox Broadcasting Network Chairman Peter Liguori, American Express (AXP) Chief Marketing Officer John Hayes, and IAC/Interactive Corp (IACI) Chief Financial Officer Thomas McInerney. (All Things D)

A warehouse robot manufactured by Kiva Systems. Source: CNNMoney

* What Amazon's (AMZN) $775 million acquisition of Kiva Systems, which makes robots intended to move around warehouses and stock items, means for day-to-day business labor. (The New York Times)

* How Taiwanese phone maker HTC plans to fend off competitors. (Fortune)

* Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning are beefing up staff as their new social video start-up, Airtime, gears up for launch. (TechCrunch)

* Why Google's (GOOG) recent behavior, including the emphasis of Google+ information in search results, doesn't make it "so bad," but does mean the company needs a new motto. (PandoDaily)

* First, there were large social networks like Friendster, MySpace, and Facebook. Then, private social networks like Path became de rigueur. Now, there's Pair, an app designed for two people in a relationship. (TechCrunch)

* A look at the newest Angry Birds game topping the mobile app charts, Angry Birds Space. (CNNMoney)

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