People talking to robots not people
Sales of devices that talk to you, switch off your lights, lock your door and regulate how hot and cold you get will show increased growth between now and 2023.
Lest we forget the Right to Forget
Google won its fight against tougher “right to be forgotten” rules after Europe’s top court said on Tuesday it does not have to remove links to sensitive personal data worldwide, rejecting a French demand.
But no one cared
When Google started gutting the effectiveness of ad blockers on its Chrome browser, there was an outcry; but for some reason, no one cared that Apple had done the same thing for a year and a half.
Investing three billion euros
Google will invest three billion euros over the next two years to expand its European data centres.
Worth $2 billion
Google just made the largest corporate renewable energy purchase in history, with 18 new energy deals around the world that will help build infrastructure worth more than $2 billion.
The Wi-Fi Alliance has finalised its Wi-Fi Certified 6 programme, aka. 802.11ax.
Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL incoming
As rumored earlier, Google has now sent out press invites for its upcoming event which will take place on October 15th in New York City.
Running on Snapdragon 855 and with 90Hz screen
There have been plenty of Google Pixel 4 leaks and according to the latest one, the big unveil could happen on October 15th.
ProtonMail is in talks with Huawei about including its encrypted email service in future mobile devices as part of a cunning plan to develop an alternative to Google ecosystem.
Ordering politicians to let it do what it likes
Google and its industry allies are making a late bid to water down the first major data-privacy law in the U.S., seeking to carve out exemptions for digital advertising, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg and people familiar with the negotiations.