Google launches search feature for night and food shelters
The idea behind the launch of the search feature is that while governments are working on setting up several night and food shelters, information about them was not easily available.
Australian watchdog accuses Google of privacy breaches
The commission alleges the California-based company misled millions of Australians to ...
Google blocked and removed over 5,000 'bad ads' a minute in 2019
Google suspended nearly one million advertiser accounts for policy violation...
Google to waive ad fees as part of journalism relief effort
The move comes in addition to Google's "journalism relief fund" announced this week, which will include emergency grants to news outlets.
Google to slow hiring for rest of 2020, CEO tells staff
Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai told staff about the decision in an email on Wednesday. He also highlighted other areas of cost cutting, saying the company will be “recalibrating the focus and pace of our investments in areas like data centers and machines, and non business essential marketing and travel.”
Google to add new features to help find virtual healthcare options
New Delhi, Apr 13 (ANI): With the continued global lockdown, many people are finding it difficult to get in touch with doctors for routine c...
Virus-tracing apps are rife with problems. Governments are rushing to fix them
Governments around the globe rushed out Covid-tracing apps. Now they are scrambling to fix them.
Six hours will decide India’s next digital superstar
India’s youth bulge makes it a perfect occasion for homegrown unicorns to scale up.
View: AatmaNirbhar app innovation challenge-Empowering India
AatmaNirbhar Bharat App Innovation Challenge is momentous an opportunity for Indian tech developers, entrepreneurs and companies to build for India at a scale, that is unparalleled anywhere in the world and ensure that robust, scalable, secure and useful apps are developed for various needs of people, not only in India but for the entire world.
Facebook fails to appease organizers of ad boycott
Rivals like Twitter and Snap have moved to label or play down untruthful or incendiary posts from Trump on their platforms, but Facebook has resisted labeling his posts as hate speech or taking them down. Zuckerberg has defended the hands-off approach by stressing the importance of free speech and arguing that Facebook is not an arbiter of posts.
Google Pay launches 'Nearby Spot' to help users find local stores selling essentials
Google has launched 'Nearby Spot' under Google Pay using which users in Bengaluru can see local stores selling essentials like groceries that are open, amid the lockdown.
Ex-Google executive sent to prison for stealing robocar secrets
A former Google engineer has been sentenced to 18 months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing trade secrets before joining Uber's effort to build robotic vehicles for its ride-hailing service.
4 lakh corona-related e-attacks in 2 weeks
In the last two weeks, nearly 4 lakh coronavirus-related cyber attacks have been documented globally, with hackers impersonating WHO, UN, and using MS Teams and Google Meet to lure victims.
Home returns not enough, stock investors crave for Google, Apple
While Indian market’s best returns came from business behemoth Reliance Industries, which gained 140 per cent from its 52-week low hit on March 23, 2020, Elon Musk’s auto giant Tesla turned a multibagger, surging as much as 750 per cent in these four months.
Ex-Google executive Anthony Levandowski sent to prison for stealing robocar secrets
Before leaving Google, Levandowski downloaded a trove of Google's self-driving car technology, resulting in him being facing 33 counts of intellectual property theft.