Well, here’s one Google cancelation that shouldn’t upset anyone: Google’s coming Privacy Sandbox will no longer be based on FLoC.
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This morning, the attorneys general from the District of Columbia, Indiana, Texas, and Washington will sue Google for deceiving consumers.
In an unusually heated missive, Google strongly criticized a Texas antitrust case against it as it asked for the lawsuit to be dismissed.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted in favor of the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which will help curb Big Tech’s power.
With the U.S. Congress set to debate new legislation that could rein in the power of Big Tech, Google says it has some concerns.
Google went public this week with its frustration over one of Apple’s strongest ecosystem lock-in strategies: the blue and green bubbles in iMessage.
Google’s Android TV and Google TV devices experienced strong growth in 2022, with over 110 million monthly active devices.
Google alerted customers that it will remove features from its smart speakers and displays because they infringe on Sonos patents.
The ITC ruled today that Google cannot import phones, laptops, or speakers into the United States because they violate five Sonos patents.
Google this week announced improvements to Android Audio and an expanding list of Google-powered in-car capabilities.
It’s not just Windows: Google is also working to improve how Android integrates with Chromebooks and other devices.
As part of a broader Android announcement, Google said today that it will integrate key Android features with Windows this year.
After an incredible period of silence, Google has finally told desperate Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users what’s going on.
Those with Pixel 3a and newer Pixels have a new Feature Drop to enjoy. And it’s the first one to add new features to the Pixel 6 series.
Google has again postponed the date that it expects workers to return to the office. But this time, it isn’t offering a new return date.
Google today revealed its favorite apps and games across phones, tablets, wearables, and Google TV from the Play Store in 2021.
Google has agreed to create its upcoming Privacy Sandbox “with regulatory oversight and input” from the UK CMA.
The International Trade Commission said that it would review parts of a judge’s findings in the Sonos patent infringement case against Google.
Google has admitted what independent tests already proved: the Pixel 6 Pro doesn’t really charge all that quickly. But as suspected, that’s by design.
In another legal blow to the online giant, the EU General Court ruled against Google’s appeal of a 2017 antitrust verdict related to shopping services.
Black Friday starts November 18 on the Google Store, and it’s offering some excellent deals on Google hardware.
It shouldn’t be possible for a company this big to grow so much in a quarter, but it happened to Google’s parent company Alphabet.
After Roku complained publicly about Google abusing its market power, Google said it would pull YouTube from Roku’s devices.
Unlike Apple, Google has seen the light: It is dramatically lowering the fees that it charges for subscription and media apps in its Play Store for Android.
Google announced today that it is bringing continuous scrolling to search results on mobile, with no need for separate pages.
With its eye on Apple’s appeal of a nearly-identical case, Google this week counter-sued Epic Games for bypassing its in-app payment system.
In an open letter, four of Google’s search rivals call on the EU to actually address the search giant’s dominance in a meaningful way.