Tame Apple Press in shock
The Tame Apple Press is in shock that their favourite company is being hauled before a Senate committee over its uses of location data and mobile phone privacy practices and the handling of customer data.
We really didn't see that one coming
Google founder Sergey Brin has admitted that his outfit missed out on being at the front of blockchain technology.
AI Duplex might have a job
Google's controversial AI Duplex, which it first demonstrated to the public at its developer conference in May is being tested for use in call centres.
Hey Mr Speaker, what's an iPhone?
A UK minister was interrupted by Siri when he was making a speech in the Houses of Parliament today.
Self-sabotage on the cloud
Any thoughts that Google Cloud might be taken seriously by business have been seriously damaged after a developer complained about how the outfit shut down a wind turbine project automatically twice due to retarded customer service.
Troubled Taiwanese manufacturer HTC has laid off 1,500 members of its staff as it continues to restructure its business.
Invests $22 million
Google has invested $22 million into KaiOS, the company that has built an operating system for feature phones that packs a range of native apps and other smartphone-like services.
And few have noticed
Google has rolled out a feature that adds a string of metadata to all APK files when they are signed by the developer.
Lobbies law into oblivion
Search engine Google has used its considerable power to squash a law banning people from getting revenge on their ex by posting naked pictures or movies of them on the internet.
What could possibly go wrong?
Doctors are evaluating a new Google neural network which accurately shows your chances of dying.