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Eric Schmidt is stepping down as executive chairman of Alphabet, the parent company of Google. The change, which takes effect come January, will see Schmidt transition to the role of technical advisor to the company. He will also continue to serve on its board. Schmidt, 62, has been with Google for 17 years and played […]

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Ad blocking is coming to Chrome — and it is coming soon. Google this week announced it will begin blocking ads in its browser as of Feb. 15. The move should come as no surprise, however. The company in June warned website owners the change was coming in 2018 and suggested they use the nine […]

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Google has updated its guidelines to keep sites that fail to disclose their country of origin out of its News results. The updated rules penalize sites that seek to “misrepresent or conceal their country of origin or are directed at users in another country under false premises.” First spotted by Bloomberg, the change, for example, […]

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Amazon has backed down from its stance of selling devices that compete with its own offerings. The eCommerce king, for the past two years, has refused to sell Google’s Chromecast streaming device or the Apple TV, both of which competes with Amazon’s own Fire TV. “I can confirm that we are assorting Apple TV and Chromecast,” […]

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A hurricane and sexual misconduct dominated Google search globally this year. Google released its annual Year in Search stats this week to reveal Hurricane Irma was the most-searched term in 2017, followed by iPhone 8, iPhone X, Matt Lauer and Meghan Markle to round out the top five. In sixth place was the web television series 13 Reasons […]

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Google is jazzing up its search results by bring celebrity FAQs directly to the source: the stars themselves. U.S. Smartphone users can now find answers to commonly asked questions via Google’s mobile Search after doing a search for well-known stars or trending personalities. The answers come in the form of a selfie-style video from the […]

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Google has come out on top in a gender discrimination lawsuit after a Superior Court judge rejected a class action claim against the tech titan. The lawsuit, filed September in San Francisco Superior Court, alleged Google “engaged in systemic and pervasive pay and promotion discrimination.” In other words, it allegedly paid its male employees more than their female […]

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Google will pull its popular video service, YouTube, from all Amazon devices come the New Year unless Amazon backs down from its refusal to sell Google products that compete with its own tech offerings. Currently, Amazon has refused to sell Google’s Chromecast streaming device, which competes with its own Fire TV, on its eCommerce site. You […]

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Google’s lighter version of Android Oreo is finally here. Created for Smartphones with 512MB to 1GB of memory, Android Oreo (Go edition) offers a faster, more seamless experience for owners of lower-end phones. It will launch as a part of the Android 8.1 release tomorrow. “We enhanced Android Oreo (Go edition) for speed and reliability on entry-level […]

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If you are in the market for a new laptop this holiday season, Google’s latest deal may be what you are looking for. The tech titan is selling the Pixelbook and the Samsung Chromebooks Pro and Plus complete with six months of free Netflix until the end of December. Customers who have already purchased a […]

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