Facebook and Google will be forced to pay for Australian news under legislation passed yesterday that is being closely watched globally for precedents in the battle between Big Tech and media companies.
Google is weaning itself off user-tracking “cookies”.
Facebook and Google could be required to pay news outlets for their content in “world first” legislation set to be introduced to Australia’s parliament today.
Alphabet Inc’s Google is top of a list of international companies investing in India.
An international group of consumer groups and NGOs denounced Google’s bid for sports smartwatch-maker Fitbit yesterday, saying it would threaten privacy and grant the search giant unfair access to a new market.
Google will pay partnered media publishers in three countries.
The German government switched to backing a Coronavirus-tracing app.
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Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down from their roles.
World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee unveils a “Contract for the Web”.
Google becomes a gaming company with the launch of its Stadia cloud service.
Google is not required to apply an EU “right to be forgotten”.
Internet giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon have disrupted markets and culture.
The United States House of Representative has decided to launch antitrust investigations against some high-tech companies including Google, Apple and Amazon, which have been accused of illegal and abusive practices.
Australia’s competition watchdog is poised to call for far-reaching new regulations on FB, Google and other tech giants.
Big Tech firms are clobbering traditional news organizations.
Amazon moves past Apple and Google to become the world’s most valuable brand.
The US gov’t is gearing up to investigate whether big companies compete fairly.
The US Justice is preparing an investigation of Google to determine whether it violated laws to ensure fair competition.
Google has taken the wraps off an updated iteration of its business-focused Glass augmented reality headset.
Mobile phone retailers in some Asian countries refuse to accept Huawei devices.
Google just surprised us all with a May release of its Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL cellphones at I/O 2019 – its annual deve-lopers’ conference.
Alphabet Inc’s Google business announced new privacy controls for its services, including “Incognito mode” for Google Maps.
Google’s Chief Business Officer identified a vexing challenge.
Google was fined 1.49 billion euros for blocking rival online search advertisers.
Britain needs to overhaul its competition rules to tackle the dominance of tech giants.
Technology companies Google, Cisco Systems, Lazada, Microsoft, SEA Ltd, GrabTaxi, and PT Tokopedia plan to train some 20 million people in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) across Asean to develop their digital skills by 2020.
Vietnam promotes domestic networks.
Silicon Valley technology giants have grown so dominant they may need to be broken up, the inventor of the WWW told Reuters.
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