Google announced today that it has eliminated its entire carbon legacy and that its lifetime net carbon footprint is now zero.
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Google said this week that it is bringing native Microsoft Office editing capabilities to the mobile versions of its productivity apps.
The Italian Competition Authority announced today that it has launched investigations into cloud services run by Apple, Dropbox, and Google.
Warned by 40 lawyers developing an antitrust case against Google that they need more time, the U.S. Attorney General is ready to press charges.
Jetpack Compose is a UI toolkit for Kotlin that’s designed to help developers create modern apps across all Android platforms.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has weighed in on the antitrust scrutiny facing Big Tech. His take: They all “deserve rude, unfair, and tough questions."
Having now spent some more time with the Google Pixel 4a, I’m reminded of the highs and lows of the Pixel experience.
While I prefer Android over iOS, it’s pretty clear that Apple is doing a lot more to improve its mobile platform this year than is Google with Android.
Thanks to my transition from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, Google reminded me of a feature called Takeout that deserves more attention.
Mozilla has extended its search deal with Google for five years and will receive over $400 million each year for keeping Google as the default search engine in Firefox.
Epic has released an amazing if somewhat obvious video parody of Apple’s iconic “1984” advertisement for the original Mac.
Epic isn’t just going after Apple’s illegal business practices, it’s going after Google’s too. But Epic’s claims against Google include an additional element.
Google has won a court case in which it had been caught “red-handed” stealing song lyrics from a song lyrics website.
Google today announced a major update to Google Maps for Apple CarPlay and the return of its app for Apple Watch.
Google said today that it would work with EU antitrust regulators to overcome any obstacles to its $2.1 billion purchase of Fitbit.
After three months of delays, Google finally announced the Pixel 4a, which embodies everything right and wrong about the firm’s hardware efforts.
Google reported its first-ever revenue decline in the most recent quarter and attributed the poor performance to the impact from COVID-19.
Lawmakers in the EU have had it with Apple and other Big Tech firms unfairly favoring their own offerings over those of rivals.
In a major setback to Google and its desire to jumpstart its wearables business, the EU will reportedly investigate the Fitbit acquisition.
Yesterday, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Apple’s Tim Cook, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, and Google’s Sundar Pichai all testified before Congress.
The Google One app has provided phone backup capabilities to subscribers since last year, but now that’s available for free as well.
A blockbuster report in Bloomberg claims that Google is negotiating with Samsung to obtain more control over the Samsung handset experience.
Companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google use a strategy called “copy, acquire, kill” to eliminate potential rivals. Sound familiar?
Google has been among the most aggressive in keeping its employees out of the office, and it looks like it just extended the schedule yet again.
Google today announced a free new online course for people without programming experience to learn Android app development with Kotlin.
With its $21 billion acquisition of Fitbit hanging in the balance, Google agreed not to use personal data from the devices for advertising.
The State of California has joined a growing list of governments that are investigating Google for antitrust violations, according to a new report.