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Salvador Rodriguez
Works at International Business Times
Attended Arizona State University
Lives in Los Angeles, CA
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Here's how the Apple Decision regarding iPhone search will impact Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Apple's own future.
Apple could replace Google with Yahoo or Microsoft, or it could simply introduce its own search engine.
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The most important consumer news from #GoogleIO so far: Unlimited storage on new Google Photos service.
The rebranded service carved out from Google+ will allow users to store unlimited, high-quality photos for free.
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Apple's exclusive deal with HBO has run out
Two months after launching on Apple TV, the streaming entertainment services is headed to Android.
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Here's a quick guide to get started using Google Now, Google's virtual concierge.
Google Now is a virtual assistant on your phone that can get you information on traffic, sports, the weather and more before you search for it.
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Twitter was forced to do a dumb deal because it's awful at bringing in and retaining new users.
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Could Google's upcoming buy button alienate its top advertising partners, including Amazon? (Hint: Yes)
Google is reportedly readying a button that would make it possible for mobile users to shop directly from the search giant.
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Google Thinks Your Fingers Are Too Big For That Tiny Smart Watch Screen
A tiny radar the size of a chip in Project Soli could some day let users control devices with nothing more than hand gestures.
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Google wants to power your connected devices.
The company said it will release its new Brillo software to developers in the third quarter of 2015.
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Watch out Amazon: Google's Buy Button is coming soon.
Google's highly anticipated new "Buy" button will reportedly soon appear alongside Google's mobile search results.
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Google might be building a smart teddy bear to control your house. Hopefully they don't end up creating Chucky.
Google envisions users controlling their homes by giving orders to a smart doll that can control other gadgets.
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There were numerous reasons for Apple to ditch its TV set plans. Here's 6 of them.
For nearly a decade everyone has expected an Apple TV set, but there are numerous reasons why Apple was smart to move on.
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Google's future depends on Google Now.
Google has been quietly and carefully building out its predictive search app since 2012. Now it's ready for prime time.
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  • International Business Times
    Silicon Valley Correspondent, 2014 - present
  • Downtown Devil
    Publisher and Owner, 2012 - present
  • Los Angeles Times
    Tech Reporter, 2012 - 2014
  • Downtown Devil
    Co-Founder and Managing Editor, 2009 - 2012
  • The New York Times
    Phoenix Bureau Intern, 2011 - 2011
  • Los Angeles Times
    Business Reporter, 2011 - 2011
  • ASU State Press
    Part-time Reporter, Business Reporter, 2008 - 2009
  • Arizona Capitol Times
    Intern Reporter, 2009 - 2009
  • Indo American News
    Intern, 2008 - 2008
  • Sports 620 KTAR
    Digital Media Intern, 2009 - 2009
  • Houston Community Newspapers
    Intern Sports Reporter, 2009 - 2009
  • Houston Chronicle
    Business Reporter, 2010 - 2010
  • The New York Times
    Phoenix Bureau Intern Reporter, 2011 - 2011
  • Arizona Republic
    Breaking News Reporter, 2010 - 2010
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Los Angeles, CA
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Phoenix, AZ - Houston, TX - Mexico City, Mexico - Washington, D.C.
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Introduction
Salvador Rodriguez is the Silicon Valley Correspondent for the International Business Times. He previously covered technology for the Los Angeles Times and has interned for the New York Times in Arizona, the Houston Chronicle and the Arizona Republic. 

In technology, he has covered Apple, Facebook, Google and many other companies. Salvador has written blogs, dailies, enterprise stories, features and gadget reviews. He's also a social media fiend. 

Salvador is a graduate of Arizona State University, and one of the co-founders and publishers of the school's independent online newspaper, the Downtown Devil. 

Besides being a tech geek, Salvador is a music nut and a football fanatic. 
Bragging rights
Can name all the Super Bowl winners in a row from memory
Education
  • Arizona State University
    BA and MMC in Journalism and Mass Communications, 2008 - 2012
  • Cypress Ridge High School
    2004 - 2008
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Male
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April 26
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Single
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Had minor issues with the car after driving into Vegas for the weekend. Smadi repaired it super quickly and every one was very friendly. If I lived in Vegas, these guys would be my mechanics.
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