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Google Facing $5bn Lawsuit Claiming it is Tracking Users in

On Friday, a federal judge denied a request by Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. to drop the case against it – this means it now faces a class-action suit seeking $5 billion, with users claiming that even when they turn off data collection in the Chrome web browser, other Google tools used by websites still […]Read More


Could Google really pull its search engine from an entire

Last year we were tracking developments involving the Australian government and Google, who were at a loggerheads with regard to the News Media Bargaining Code that the former was proposing. The Code would seek for news publishers in the country to have more say over how content is distributed, as well as their share of […]Read More


Google, Microsoft, & Qualcomm: Tech Giants Among Top Donors to

Although the upcoming 20 January inauguration ceremony is expected to be significantly smaller in scale due to the pandemic, the Biden campaign sent out fundraiser packages to potential donors offering them exclusive options for attending the event. The top package offers a person or a company to be named a chair of the inaugural events. […]Read More


EU warns Google CEO Sundar Pichai it won’t allow the

The internet should benefit not only US tech giants, but also smaller European businesses, and new rules being introduced by the European Union will ensure that, a top EU official has told Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai. The EU’s Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton and Pichai held a video conference late on Thursday after […]Read More


Huawei Tests Its Own ‘AppSearch’ to Help Users Avoid Turning

Earlier this year, Huawei confirmed that its latest Mate 30 Pro smartphone will come without Google Media Services (GMS), including Google Play Store, as its GMS license was dropped following the US Department of Commerce’s decision in 2019 to blacklist the Chinese tech giant. Huawei is developing its own “AppSearch” that aims to help users […]Read More


Huawei says won’t go back to using Google apps

PanARMENIAN.Net – There’s no telling how soon the US ban on Huawei will be lifted, but if you’ve been secretly hoping to buy a Huawei flagship and then get the official Google apps back, don’t hold your breath. Huawei doesn’t plan to return to Android with all the popular Google apps present — think Play […]Read More


Russia Fines Google For Failing To Remove Links To Banned

Russia’s media watchdog, Roskomnadzor, has fined Google for failing to filter traffic in accordance with strict Russian Internet laws. Roskomnadzor said on July 18 that it fined Google 700,000 rubles ($11,000) for not complying with the laws. According to the agency, the U.S.-based tech giant failed to censor content blacklisted by Roskomnadzor — a violation […]Read More

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Chiang Mai teen set to compete in Google contest

Chiang Mai: A 13-year-old student from Chiang Mai is set to take part in Google’s Science Fair and share his new hearing aid device with the world. Hemawit Varith, a seventh grader (Mathayom 1) at Varee Chiangmai International School, is preparing to present his invention next month at Google’s headquarters in California, US, after he […]Read More