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As we reported last month, Google is uniting all of its different payment tools under the Google Pay brand.
The Connecticut-based fruit bouquet company Edible Arrangements has filed a federal lawsuit against Google, claiming its business is being hurt by rival ads that appear when people use the search engine. ...
Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, Google, Facebook, Intel, Oracle, Alibaba, Samsung and Baidu are increasingly carrying out critical work in Israel, which is becoming the world’s global beta site and test hub for new ideas in everything from life sciences to autonomous vehicles.
Billionaire venture capitalist Peter Thiel has said he plans to leave Silicon Valley in part because of its perceived cultural uniformity, joining other investors who have defected from the nation’s high-tech ...
The $21m fine levied on Google by India’s competition watchdog for abuse of market dominance was just one-hundredth the size of that imposed last year by its counterpart in Brussels. Yet this month’s ...
Device-as-a-service (or DaaS) is an evolution of PCaaS, offering any kind of enterprise device like a phone or tablet as a service. Last week, HP Inc. announced a multi-front expansion of its DaaS offerings—here’s brief rundown of the news.
When your presence is felt everywhere, you can choose anywhere to expand your business' footprint — and Google chose Tennessee. At the groundbreaking ceremony for a $600 million data center on Friday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai explained why Clarksville was picked as the home for a facility that will disperse information across the globe. The Mountain View, California-based tech giant announced plans to take over a portion of the dormant Hemlock Semiconductor site two years ago, well after Hemlock nixed its plans for a $1 billion plant in Montgomery County.
Google didn't violate federal labor laws when it fired engineer James Damore last year after he wrote a manifesto taking the company's hiring and promotion policies to task, according to the conclusion of a lawyer with the National Labor Relations Board. Damore's memo set off a firestorm when it became public, shedding a negative light on both Damore for views that were seen as misogynistic and on Alphabet Inc.-owned Google for firing a worker for expressing what was seen as a political viewpoint. In a memo written in January but only disclosed this week, labor board attorney Jayme Sophir concluded that much of Damore's 10-page memo would likely be protected under the law, but that Google was legally in the clear with its decision to fire Damore because of the "discriminatory statements" he made in the memo.
Niantic warned players about this a long while back, but the day of reckoning is nearly upon us. In a week’s time, your iPhone may no longer be able to play Pokémon GO if you’re using a particularly old model.
Warren Buffett is one of the top investors in the world and many might rightfully argue that he is the best investor in the world. Therefore, because of his success, it’s not surprising that he is one of the most studied and emulated investors alive and many people around the globe are trying to copy his […]
Indonesia has blocked more than 70,000 websites displaying "negative" content such as pornography or extremist ideology in the first month of using a new system to help purge the internet of harmful material, the communications minister told Reuters. The so-called "crawling system" developed by a unit of state-run Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (Telkom) was launched in January, using 44 servers to search internet content and issue alerts when inappropriate material is found. "We just put some sort of key words there, most of them are pornographic," said Minister of Communication and Information Rudiantara, who uses one name.
One analyst has asserted that Alphabet's popular video-streaming platform will generate that much in revenues in 2018. That might prove a conservative estimate.
Former Google and Apple executive Ellen Leanse challenges Stanford students to design technology products that make people happy.