After a monthslong investigation, the European Commission has formally announced that Google will be forced to pay $2.73 billion, having been found guilty of anticompetitive practices.
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Following a major revamp in April, Google Earth is rolling out new multimedia Voyager content from National Geographic, PBS Education, science-based HHMI Biointeractive, and ocean-focused Mission Blue.
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Uptime, the video-sharing app from Google, is now available to all users on iOS. The updated version has a few new features — including a redesigned home screen and Facebook Connect to find your friends.
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Some Android purists prefer a more stock Android look and feel. Here is a quick how-to guide to give your Samsung Galaxy S8 a more minimalist vibe without the hassle of rooting it.
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Google began to remove private medical records from results, because yes, prior to this, you could actually look that up online. Google quietly made the change with an update to its Removal Policies.
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The Gmail in Google’s G Suite solution that’s aimed at business customers doesn’t scan emails to personalize ads — and the company has announced that its free consumer Gmail service won’t do so either starting later this year.
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In an effort to be part of the solution to obnoxious ads rather than the problem, Google is also taking steps to make its own ads less unruly. It’s applying the Brotli compression algorithm to make its ads use less data.
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The latest distribution numbers are in — Android 7.0 has surprisingly jumped more than four percent since April. That is a stark contrast from the meager advances it has usually made since its release at the end of August.
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Job hunters now have another tool in their arsenal as they chase down new work as Google search is set to deliver relevant openings from the likes of LinkedIn, Monster, CareerBuilder, and more.
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YouTube is introducing new measures to deal with extremist content posted on its service, though the company added that it was also important to “strike the right balance between free expression and access to information.”
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