Google Cloud eyes public sector for growth in India
The Cloud Service Provider empanelment will enable the Indian public sector to deploy on Google Cloud, MD Bikram Singh Bedi says in a blogpost.
What's up between Google, Facebook and Australia?
Google had threatened to make its search engine unavailable in Australia in response to the...
Facebook and Google diverge in response to proposed Australian law
Facebook and Google have fought hard to prevent the Australian law — which...
Australia to amend laws to make Google and Facebook pay
Seven West Media on Monday became the largest Australian news media business to strike a deal with Google to pay for journalism.
ISRO, MapmyIndia join hands to take on Google Maps, Google Earth in India
The joint platform brings together MapmyIndia's digital maps and ISRO's catalogue of satellite imagery and earth data, according to MapmyIndia's CEO Rohan Verma.
Twitter-government standoff: Companies may drop Twitter advertisements
Fact checkers said Twitter has scored a “self-goal” of sorts in the stand-off with the government, which has accused the platform of helping spread fake news and objectionable content.
Google hit with third lawsuit as U.S. states sue over search monopoly
The states are asking for their lawsuit to be consolidated with one filed by the Justice Department in October, according to a statement from the Colorado attorney general's office.
Australia sues Facebook over user data, echoing U.S. antitrust case
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said it was seeking an unspecified fine from Facebook for promoting a virtual private network as a way for people to protect their data, while secretly using the information to pick targets for commercial acquisitions.
Google resolves problem with Gmail after outage
Alphabet Inc's Google said on Tuesday it had resolved a problem with Gmail due to which some of its users had faced issues with the mailing platform, just a day after a global outage affected YouTube, Gmail and Google Drive.
Google applications including Hangout, YouTube are down
Preliminary information available shows that a number of services from Google are currently down.
Google to delete user account data if inactive for more than two years, effective June 2021
This includes products like Gmail, Drive or Photos. This policy is effective June 1, 2021. The policy won't apply to users that have bought additional storage.
Meghbela Broadband to launch services in West Bengal, takes on Jio, Airtel
“We have partnered with the leading OTT platforms Amazon Prime, Zee5, Hungama, Hubhopper, ShemarooMe, Gaana along with Bengali players like Hoichoi, Addatimes and Bongo TV to provide premium content subscriptions,” Tapabrata Mukherjee, co-founder and director, Meghbela Broadband told ET.
Google, Amazon fined $163 million by French privacy watchdog
The CNIL noted that both companies made changes to their websites in September, yet said efforts were not sufficient to be in line with French rules.
Flipkart and PhonePe have room for other investors, says Walmart CEO Doug McMillon
Walmart, the world's biggest retailer by sales, bought about 77% of home-grown Flipkart for roughly $16 billion in 2018, the biggest deal in India's e-commerce sector where it competes with U.S. rival Amazon.com Inc's local business.
CCI orders probe against Google for alleged unfair business ways with respect to Google Pay
The CCI probe will look into two of several allegations made in a complaint filed in February by an unnamed informant related to exclusive use of Google Pay (GPay) for buying apps and in-app purchases (IAPs) via the Play Store and pre-installation and prominence of Google Pay on Android smartphones.