Too sexy from Milan
An Italian company's hacking tools were good enough to take down Apple and Android smartphones in Italy and Kazakhstan, according to Google.
You can’t transfer data to the US
The Italian data protection authority has found a local web publisher's use of Google analytics is non-compliant with EU data protection rules because it transfers data to a third-world country, which lacks a civilized legal framework.
The only way is Ethics
Search engine outfit Google is not rushing to turn its cloud into AI based decision making.
Otherwise you will be suspended by August 1
Google is about to do something really dumb and force people to pay for a service which has been free for years.
German antitrust watchdog barks
Google is under investigation by Germany’s antitrust watchdog amid concerns over the use of its maps platform.
Claims his chatbot is like a child, Google thinks he needs testing
Google engineer who claimed a computer chatbot he was working on had become sentient and was thinking and reasoning like a human being has been told to take a break.
And didn't get eaten by the tiger
Google Cloud developer advocate Emma Haruka Iwao and her colleagues say they've calculated Pi to 100 trillion digital decimal places.
The European Union is working on a possible ban on the provision of cloud services to Russia as part of new sanctions against the Kremlin for the invasion of Ukraine.
Pixel tablet even comes with a “pen”
The Tame Apple Press is incandescent with rage after Google issued a pixel tablet – mostly because it came with something that Steve Jobs mocked.
RuStore supposed to replace the west
Russian Internet group VK launched a homemade app store. The company is hoping that this new store will replace all the Western alternatives.