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GCGGenetics Computer Group
GCGGarden City Group (various locations)
GCGGrand Coalition Government (Kenya)
GCGGain Capital Group (various locations)
GCGGulf Commercial Group (various locations)
GCGGood Corporate Governance
GCGGlucagon
GCGGeneralized Chaplygin Gas (cosmology)
GCGGypsy Chief Goliath (band)
GCGGarden Club of Georgia (est. 1928)
GCGGlobal Consumer Group
GCGGallocatechin Gallate (catechin)
GCGGreat Canadian Grid (virtual network)
GCGGabriel Consulting Group (Beaverton, OR)
GCGGala Coral Group (gambling; UK)
GCGGlobalization for the Common Good
GCGGaiety Cinema Group (Ireland)
GCGGlobal Church of God
GCGGood Catholic Girl
GCGGeneralized Conjugate Gradient
GCGGlobal Change Game
GCGGeological Curators' Group
GCGGiant-Cell Granuloma
GCGGuidance Control Group
GCGGwaen Cae Gurwen (South Wales village)
GCGGreat Ceasar's Ghost (band)
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"There needs to be an accompanying mechanism to ensure that your device can only be used by you," said Dan Olds, an analyst with the Gabriel Consulting Group.
"Google+ is getting a lot of attention, particularly in techie circles," Dan Olds, an analyst with The Gabriel Consulting Group told Computerworld.
But Dan Olds, an analyst at The Gabriel Consulting Group, said there are a many reasons why someone might be hesitant to use the feature.
activities could be the start of a long, tough haul for the search giant, analysts say.<p>"At the very least, this will force Google to spend time and resources complying with the investigation and mounting a legal defense," said Dan Olds, an analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group Inc.
Many analysts, like Dan Olds, of The Gabriel Consulting Group, disagree with Gartner's prediction, calling today's activities a passing phase and expecting that users will eventually replace aging PCs with new personal computers.
"It's great to see advanced technology applied to one of our most basic needs -- the need to get from here to there," said Dan Olds, an analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group Inc.
Nvidia has a big lead over AMD in GPUs for supercomputing, said Dan Olds, principal analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group.
Dan Olds, an analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group, said Google could ultimately be seen as taking a strong stand for free speech in a tough situation and that could shine a very positive light on the company.
"This is a very large step in the evolution of Intel 's 22 nanometer, tri-gate transistor-based chip line," said Dan Olds, an analyst with the Gabriel Consulting Group. "The vastly improved energy consumption numbers are quite an eye opener.
It would be a long-term mistake to let our future scientists and engineers sit idle after graduation."<p>The investment effort, which includes some $200 million from Intel's own venture capital arm, is designed to support clean technology, information technology and biotechnology, according to Intel.<p>"The venture part of this initiative is much needed and well timed," said Dan Olds, an analyst with The Gabriel Consulting Group. "First, venture capital is the lifeblood of innovation and private venture capital, which this is, is much more productive when it's invested.
"It's hard to say whether this is a sign that Google negotiations with China are floundering or whether it's just Schmidt laying out what he believes," said Dan Olds, an analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group.
<p>"This could be a big change for the search industry," said Dan Olds, an analyst at Gabriel Consulting Group. "It combines the search efforts of two large players that both have a small search presence, but have a lot of resources and assets which they can devote to competing against Google.