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It will be priced at $9.99 per month and compete against Apple Arcade
The Pixel 4's radar-based, motion-sensing technology allows basic controls such as silencing alarms or skipping to the next song by holding up or waving hands
The Department of Tourism will work closely with Google in digitizing the tourism establishments in the Philippines, says Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat
Google says it will not pay European media outlets for displaying their articles, pictures and videos in search results in France, in defiance of a new EU copyright law
Google says its dataset can be used as benchmarks to determine if a video has been altered
A Europe-based news publisher will now have to decide if it will allow Google to show 'snippets' of content or thumbnail images alongside search results in France
(4th UPDATE) The European Court of Justice hands victory to Google in the case, seen as crucial in determining whether EU online regulation should apply beyond Europe's borders
The case waged by France to impose a 'right to be forgotten' on the web will potentially give the EU unprecedented powers to regulate the internet beyond its borders
Google Play Pass promises access to hundreds of games free of ads or hawked virtual wares at the same $4.99 monthly subscription price as that of Apple Arcade
The new Huawei flagships have great new hardware and features, but the event officially confirms that they won't come with Google apps
The new tech aims to provide newspapers better monetization and ad targeting to free them from dependence on the large platforms
Youtubers Union protests the changes to the platform’s advertising rules made in 2017, demanding transparency in the decisions behind video monetization
Google looks to challenge the latest generation of iPhones recently unveiled by Apple
Google is updating its guidelines to gather feedback that would prioritize original reporting
The company will pay a 500-million-euro fine for tax evasion, as well as a further 465 million euros to settle claims with French tax authorities.
Google will post digital notices on its internal employee computer network and physical copies at its headquarters reminding employees of their rights
The antitrust actions come against a backdrop of declining public trust in big online firms, and fines levied against Facebook and Google over privacy violations
'Improving election security and countering information operations are complex challenges that no organization can solve alone,' says Facebook's Nathaniel Gleicher
The settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and the New York state Attorney General is the largest amount in a case involving the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, a 1998 federal law
Google expands support for native languages in the Philippines
The US Federal Trade Commission is expected to announce its decision on this settlement in September
Google says the trade exemption doesn't apply to new products including the Mate 30
'All of us have the right to change jobs, none of us has the right to fill our pockets on the way out the door,' says US Attorney David Anderson
France's levy has been criticized in Washington for departing from precedent on taxing revenue instead of profits and for targeting a narrow group of companies
Senator Leila de Lima asks Google Philippines and parent company Alphabet to be more aggressive in taking down fake videos on YouTube which serve political agendas
Heavy multitasking really disrupts attention, and attention is essential to sustain a path towards a goal
A Google online post says we 'disabled 210 channels on YouTube when we discovered channels in this network behaved in a coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong'
Gmail says it will 'use artificial intelligence to make smarter spell-check suggestions while also detecting potential grammar issues'
More than 600 'Googlers' sign a petition prompted by word that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) was preparing to request bids on a massive cloud computing contract
Don't feel like breaking the bank for the new Galaxy Note 10? Here are some alternatives.
Gesture controls and face recognition are coming to the Pixel 4, set to debut in October
'There is no option other than to put in place the right regulatory and legislative regime to protect the public's privacy,' Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says
Profits triples in the 2nd quarter from a year earlier to $9.9 billion while revenues increase 19% to $38.9 billion.
The service, previously only available in 50 locations during its February launch, expands
Governments are having trouble regulating the giants as they often have to work with rules that haven't adapted quickly enough to the rise of these digital companies
The Justice Department does not name specific companies but appears to signal targeting Google, Facebook and Amazon, which dominate key sectors of the digital economy
Here are 3 myths worth discussing and busting when it comes to the idea of breaking up large tech conglomerates
Google also acknowledges its Google Assistant device was liable to 'false accept' pickups, allowing it to record by mistake without having been activated by users
Google users can see an illustration of the Puerto Princesa Underground River by artist David Lu on the search engine's homepage
The UFC-Que Choisir group says the goal of its class action suit is to 'end the insidious exploitation of users' personal data, particularly those using Android devices with a Google account, and compensate them for up to 1,000 euros'
Consumer and child protection groups are worried YouTube is collecting data on young users and failing to shield them from inappropriate content
The national hero celebrates his 158th birth anniversary this year
Google 'will apply technology and analytics on Sanofi’s large real world database to better understand what treatments work for patients,' the pharmaceutical firm says in a statement
Game Builder makes the process of creating your own games a fun game in and of itself
(UPDATED) Google users find that when people enter the phrase 'I am sad to see Hong Kong become part of China' the suggested translation in both Simplified and Traditional Chinese converts the word 'sad' to 'happy'
Check out the Doodle for the 121st Philippine Independence Day!
The study by the News Media Alliance underscores industry arguments about Google and other online giants harming traditional news organizations by dominating the internet news ecosystem and the ad revenues from it
Google appeals a Brussels sanction on Google's AdSense advertising service, which says it illegally restricted client websites from displaying ads from ad service rivals
Each firm has different issues, but any probes could center on whether they abused their dominant position and stifled competition
In a statement on its Cloud Platform status page, Google acknowledges the issue, saying it was dealing with 'high levels of network congestion in the eastern USA, affecting multiple services in Google Cloud, G Suite and YouTube'