While Microsoft has long embraced a world of “no passwords,” Google has been a bit slower. That’s going to change. Eventually.
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After employees balked at Google’s aggressive return to work schedule, the online giant said that it would implement a flexible hybrid work model instead.
Google today announced a new feature for Android tablets called Entertainment Space that combines access to movies, shows, videos, games, and books.
Adobe announced today that it will be deepening the integration between its Creative Cloud and Google Workspace.
It just keeps piling up, and now the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has joined the fight against the dominant mobile app stores.
Google parent company Alphabet announced that it earned a net income of $17.9 billion on revenues of $55.3 billion in the quarter ending March 31.
Roku has alerted its customers that Google’s anticompetitive business practices may force it to remove YouTube TV on its streaming devices.
One year ago, Google made Meet free to everyone to address the needs of the global pandemic. Now, it's introducing new features and a new look and feel.
Brave’s doing it. Vivaldi’s doing. Mozilla’s doing it. Even DuckDuckGo is doing it. But where does Microsoft land on FLoC?
Today, Google announced five useful new features for its Assistant, including bringing its “find my phone” functionality to iPhone.
Brave announced today that it is working to disable Google’s new Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) tracking method.
DuckDuckGo announced yesterday that it has updated its web browser extension to block Google's new FLoC tracking method in Chrome.
After skipping out on the 2020 rendition of its annual developer show because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Google I/0 is back for 2021.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today in Google v. Oracle and sided 6-2 with the online giant in determining that its copying of Java code constitutes fair use.
Google notified customers of its Google Wifi and Nest Wifi systems that it is moving management of these products to the Google Home app.
After pioneering custom silicon in previous Pixel models, Google could ship its own mobile microprocessor as soon as this year in the Pixel 6.
Google announced today that it will welcome some employees back to its offices in April with a full reopening set for September.
Google announced today that it is adding over 100 AI-powered improvements to Google Maps throughout the coming year.
Google will reduce its fees to mobile app developers from 30 percent to 15 percent, but just in South Korea, at least for now.
Google announced today that its second-generation Nest Hub is available for preorder. It costs $99.99 and comes in four different colors.
When Microsoft’s Brad Smith testified against Google at a House subcommittee hearing, the online giant lashed out in a way that can only be described as unhinged.
Epic Games has launched lawsuits against Apple and Google for their abusive mobile app store business practices in Australia.
Google today acknowledged that the proliferation of advertising-based tracking on the web has eroded the trust of its users.
Google announced today that its Jetpack Compose UI toolkit for Android is now available in beta, letting developers create interfaces with less code.
Microsoft has joined forces with several news publishers in Europe to call on the EU to adopt Australian-style media arbitration laws.
After threatening to pull Search from Australia because of a proposed new law requiring it to pay for news, Google has started paying up.
A new Google proposal would see its upcoming Fuchsia platform “natively” run Android and Linux apps using a translation layer called Starnix.