Broke NZ court suppression
Google has suspended an email alerting system in New Zealand after the government told it to stop being evil and messing up a murder case.
Google appears to have misused its dominant position in India and reduced the ability of device manufacturers to opt for alternate versions of its Android mobile operating system.
For the LOLs
Hackers working for Western intelligence agencies broke into Russian internet search company Yandex in late 2018 deploying malware in an attempt to spy on user accounts.
It turns out they are pretty pointless
Search engine Google has finally admitted that tablets are pretty pointless and has given up making them.
Can’t wait for telcos
Google has taken over the rollout of RCS, the replacement for SMS texting, after giving up on waiting for the telcos to roll it out.
Inviting Play Store developers to sign up
Huawei is inviting Google Play Store developers to publish their apps on its own AppGallery app store after Google locked Huawei out of its Android updates.
Regulators? who cares about regulators and privacy watchdogs
Search engine outfit Google has agreed to buy Looker, a business intelligence platform, for $2.6 billion in cash to bolster its cloud computing division by providing customers with more powerful data analytics.
Launching in November for $9.99 a month
At its first Stadia Connect online stream, Google has revealed full details regarding its online gaming streaming service, including the $9.99 price, November launch date, 30+ games, and plenty of other details.
Developers might have to obey if they want their app approved
Fruity cargo cult Apple is ordering developers who want to sell on its App store that they must always place its login button above Google or Facebook.
Promises price and other launch details
Google has announced it will host its Stadia Connect event on June 6th, just ahead of the E3 2019 show, where it will reveal pricing, game reveals, launch and other info.