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How publishers can invest in a privacy-forward future now
Google is committed to helping publishers navigate today’s privacy environment, and what lies ahead.
A device to check device addiction
Finding a cure for a ‘phoney’ addiction that is proving only too uncomfortably real.
Google celebrates 30th birth anniversary of World Wide Web with doodle
The World Wide Web was invented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee.
World Wide Web: Google Doodle goes all tech to celebrate 30th anniversary
Google fêtes the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web or WWW with a GIF doodle. The inventor of WWW, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, was 33 when he s...
In Web's dark corner, your profile is on sale for just a few bucks
Buyers of such data include cyberattackers & even companies looking for business information.
Sundar Pichai urges 'Class of 2020' to be patient & hopeful, says they have the chance to change everything
The Google CEO addressed the students during YouTube's virtual graduation ceremony.
Hunting-Googling is the modern way to forage
In foraging theory — a branch of behavioural ecology applicable to all living things — an aptitude for foraging innovation was what led us to come up with new strategies to survive better in changing environments.
North Korea goes online, but not the World Wide Web for most
The sprawling, glassy Sci-Tech Complex houses North Korea's biggest e-library, with more than 3,000 terminals. Pak Sung Jin, a postgraduate in chemistry, came to work on an essay.
Tech thinks it has a fix for the problems it created: Blockchain
The first blockchain was created in 2009 as a new kind of database for the virtual currency bitcoin, where all transactions could be stored without any banks or governments involved.
Google sets out to find solutions for India-centric queries
India is already one of the world's largest Internet and mobile markets as out of its 1.3 billion population 400 million people already use the internet.
Staycations, bleisure to rule hospitality sector in 2020, small towns likely to see surge in tourism
The young generation is looking for quality experiences that are essentially wallet-friendly.
Mobile internet to trump the world wide web?
Ericsson predicts continued growth in mobile subscriptions and traffic over the coming years.