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On Google, Apple, data, privacy, rhetoric — and making up your own mind

There's a bit of a witch hunt lately against data-driven services. But it wasn't long ago that the torch-bearers were singing a different tune. Today Apple executives will take the stage at the keynote address for the Worldwide developer conference. WWDC. I'll be watching. Like Google I/O nearly...
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Google targets Android One reboot, aims to hit 'sweet spot' of sub-$50 smartphones

Earlier this year, Google said that it would be targeting a higher price point with Android One, offering phones that cost above $150. The search giant followed through on its word, delivering the Pixel V1, a $185 Android One handset with a 5.5-inch HD display, quad-core MediaTek CPU, 2GB RAM and...
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Google Fiber to expand its 1Gbps Internet and TV service to San Antonio

Google will expand its Google Fiber service to the 1.4 million residents of San Antonio, Texas. It will be the biggest city yet to receive Google's 1Gbps Internet and TV service. Google states: Soon, we'll enter the design phase of building our fiber network in San Antonio. We'll work...

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Google takes top spots in July for digital media, search, and video

Google takes top spots in July for digital media, search, and video

Google's sites were the top digital media properties in the US during July 2015 according to the latest data from comScore. The company's various sites saw 234.3 million unique visitors during July across both desktop and mobile. Looking strictly at desktop usage, Google sites still come out on...
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UK court orders Google to remove 'right to be forgotten' news stories

Google and European regulators have once again locked horns with regards to the "right to be forgotten" ruling, with a UK court issuing an order to the search giant for the removal of links to stories discussing the controversial ruling. Even though Google is obligated to removes certain links...
Google Apps on a Galaxy S6 edge+

Your new phone will have less Google bloatware, and that's awesome

You might have heard that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 5 comes without Google+ preinstalled. While some are using this as more "proof" that Google+ is dead (that's another discussion for another time), in reality it's just one of several Google applications that are no longer required to be...
Google announces Project Sunroof

Google introduces Project Sunroof, a new tool to help homeowners explore solar options

Project Sunroof is a new tool from Google which allows homeowners to explore easily whether or not they would benefit from solar panels. To start, the tool will be available in select regions, and will allow homeowners to put their address in, and see the projected cost savings from going solar...
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Google may be in for a trademark battle with BMW over Alphabet name

Google's announcement late on Monday that it plans to restructure its company under the new Alphabet umbrella took most people by surprise. That included German car maker BMW, who has trademarked "Alphabet" as the name of one of its subsidiaries, which could force Google into a court battle over...
Sundar Pichai

Sundar Pichai now CEO of Google

It's not a huge surprise if you stop for a second to think about it. But Sundar Pichai, who rose from the ranks of the Chrome team to lead both it and Android as senior vice president of Products, will be CEO of Google — now a technical subsidiary of the umbrella "Alphabet" corporation. (Or,...
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Huge inside shakeup as Google creates 'Alphabet' umbrella company

Let it never be said that Google is boring. Co-founder Larry Page today announced the creation of "Alphabet," a new corporation that will comprise Google and other previously Google-held properties to better allow them to act and grow independently. The change was announced across Google's...
Android One

Google targets Android One reboot, aims to hit 'sweet spot' of sub-$50 smartphones

Earlier this year, Google said that it would be targeting a higher price point with Android One, offering phones that cost above $150. The search giant followed through on its word, delivering the Pixel V1, a $185 Android One handset with a 5.5-inch HD display, quad-core MediaTek CPU, 2GB RAM and...
Google Fiber San Antonio

Google Fiber to expand its 1Gbps Internet and TV service to San Antonio

Google will expand its Google Fiber service to the 1.4 million residents of San Antonio, Texas. It will be the biggest city yet to receive Google's 1Gbps Internet and TV service. Google states: Soon, we'll enter the design phase of building our fiber network in San Antonio. We'll work...
Google Car

Google has its own company, Google Auto, for its self-driving car projects

Google has been developing self-driving cars for some time but some recently uncovered documents reveal that it has also quietly started its own subsidiary car company, titled (what else?) Google Auto LLC. According to The Guardian Google set up Google Auto way back in 2011 as a limited...

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