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France: Google Shopping: EU General Court Upholds The €2.42 Billion Fine Imposed On Google For Favoring Its Own Comparison Shopping Service - Soulier Avocats

Google and its parent company Alphabet appealed against this decision before the General Court of the European Union.
Tags: Google, News, France, Alphabet, EU General Court


Qualcomm's New Always-On Smartphone Camera Is a Privacy Nightmare

At the Snapdragon Tech Summit 2021 yesterday, Qualcomm introduced their new always-on camera capabilities in the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, which is expected to arrive in high-end Android phones early next year. The company says this new feature will let users wake and unlock their phone without having to pick it up or have it instantly lock when it no longer sees their face. Even though Judd Heape, Qualcomm Technologies vice president of product management, said that the "always-on camera da...
Tags: Google, Siri, Tech, Qualcomm, Snapdragon, Qualcomm Technologies, Bixby, Dan Seifert, Judd Heape


European Union: Google Shopping : Confirmation de la condamnation européenne de Google à 2,42 milliards d'euros pour avoir favorisé son comparateur de produits - Soulier Avocats

Le 27 juin 2017, la Commission européenne avait infligé à Google une sanction pécuniaire d'un montant de 2,42 milliards d'euros.
Tags: Google, News, European Union, Soulier Avocats


How to get your Chromecast connected to a hotel room TV

Google's Chromecast is a small streamer that can be your perfect travel companion. Here's a quick guide on how to get your Chromecast connected to a hotel TV.
Tags: Google, Trends, How-to, Home Theater, Tier 4, Chromecast With Google TV


Correction: Election 2022-Spanish Misinformation Story

In a story published November 29, 2021, about misinformation targeted at Latino voters, The Associated Press erroneously reported that researchers at the nonpartisan Global Disinformation Index estimated that Google will make $12 million this year off ads on websites that peddled COVID-19 disinformation in Spanish.
Tags: Google, Associated Press, Global Disinformation Index


Google sued for firing staff who claim they tried to follow 'Don't be evil' motto

Civil complaint dovetails with ongoing litigation over alleged union busting Around 2001, Google adopted the motto "Don't be evil" to summarize its avowed values and to spell out the ethical behavior expected from employees.…
Tags: Google, Software, Don


Google bans political ads ahead of elections in the Philippines

Google will ban political advertising on its platforms in the Philippines as the country prepares for elections in May.
Tags: Google, Cnn, Philippines


Stripe is On a Hiring Spree. But It's Also Rescinding Job Offers and Angering Engineers.

The prevailing narrative about tech workers assumes that they have more power than ever before. This even has a term -- the Great Resignation. But at the booming, much-revered payments company Stripe, some applicants have found themselves accepting job offers only to learn they have been rescinded without warning. From a report: Protocol spoke with two Stripe candidates who received either verbal or written offers from the company and then had those offers revoked because of "shifting business p...
Tags: Google, Tech, Brian Armstrong


Big Tech Tries To Sideline Biden’s Latest Antitrust Enforcer

Google wants Jonathan Kanter to recuse himself from DOJ’s antitrust case against the company.
Tags: Google, News, Biden, Doj, Jonathan Kanter


Here's When You Can Watch Spencer At Home

Pablo Larraín's "Spencer" is a haunting fable that documents Princess Diana's inner turmoil unlike anything I've seen before. Kristen Stewart plays her most challenging role yet with such ease, it's hard to fully believe it's her. From the very onset of the movie, Stewart effortlessly establishes the disconnect between Diana and the rest of the family, detailing just how removed she is from them, with the exception of her sons.It has been nearly 25 years since her death, but Princess Diana has r...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Verizon, Movies, Diana, Kristen Stewart, Spencer, Stewart, DirectTV, Pablo Larrain, Sandringham Estate, Charles Jack Farthing, Digital Spencer, Xfinity AMC Theatres On Demand Spectrum Redbox, Blu Ray Spencer


Digital car keys arrive on Pixel 6 and Samsung Galaxy S21

A YouTube Music widget is rolling out on Android 12, along with updates for Google Assistant and Photos.. #youtubemusic #android #samsunggalaxy #s21 #pixel6
Tags: Google, Samsung Galaxy


Google announces grab bag of new Android features for the end of 2021

Google has a bevy of new features coming soon to Android, including new widgets for YouTube Music, Google Play Books, and Google Photos; new Android Auto features; and updates for Google Assistant... #pixel6 #blogpost #googleplaybooks #youtubemusic #googlephotos #android #s21 #samsunggalaxy
Tags: Google, Google Photos


Chrome OS update turns Chromebooks into scanners

Chromebook cameras just learned some new tricks, as Google started pushing out Chrome OS 96 on Tuesday. As detailed by a Google blog post, the update brings the ability to use your camera to scan... #chromebooks #chromebookx2 #alexanderkuscher #blogpost #chromeos
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So it turns out Google would like to pass Knative to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation after all

That means the 'forseeable future' at Mountain View is... about two years What a difference two years makes. Knative has applied to become a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) incubating project.…
Tags: Google, Software, Mountain View, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Cloud Native Computing Foundation CNCF, Knative


Coyote Vs. Acme: Release Date, Cast, And More

(Welcome to ...And More, our no-frills, zero B.S. guide to when and where you can watch upcoming movies and shows, and everything else you could possibly stand to know.)Some coyotes just can't catch a break. Wile E. Coyote, the cartoon canine created by animator Chuck Jones and writer Michael Maltese, can never seem to catch one. He can't ever catch the Roadrunner, either, despite using many contraptions and traps from the fictional Acme corporation in his attempts. Warner Bros. is set to releas...
Tags: Google, Movies, Philadelphia, Warner Bros, Chris Mckay, Coyote, Jon, ACME, Ian Frazier, Chuck Jones, Roger Rabbit, Michael Maltese, Wile E Coyote, Josh Silberman


Google has been ordered to unseal dozens of documents related to its secret anti-union campaign 'Project Vivian'

Google tried to claim the documents were legally privileged.Getty Images A judge ordered Google to unseal dozens of documents related to its secret anti-union drive. The tech giant reportedly asked labor relations firm IRI Consulting to help it tackle pro-union sentiment. A small number of Google employees formed a union this year, which the company has not recognized. A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) judge has ordered Google to produce dozens of documents related to its secret interna...
Tags: Google, Technology, Trends, Union, Nlrb, IRI, National Labor Relations Board NLRB, IRI Consulting, Tech Insider, Stephen Lam, Martin Coulter, IRI Consultants, Alphabet Workers Union, Paul Boas


How to see your photos and albums on a Google smart display

Want to personalize your Nest Hub with Google Assistant phones? It's easy to add your photos and put them into rotation or cycle through professional images.
Tags: Google, Trends, Smart Home, Google+ Photos, Google Home, Smart Display, Google Smart Display, Proactive Evergreen


10 things in tech you need to know today.

Well, well, well, if it isn't the start of another month. To kick off December, we're telling you about Salesforce's new co-chief executive, and Wall Street's skepticism about Twitter's new CEO. Plus, Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is testifying before Congress today at 10:30 ET. Watch it here.Let's dive in.If this was forwarded to you, sign up here. Download Insider's app – click here for iOS and here for Android. Niholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images; Salesforce...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Spacex, Elon Musk, UK, New York, London, Congress, Wall Street, New York City, Newsletter, Trends, Tech, Getty Images, David Marcus


Had It With the Dropbox App? Here Are Five Alternative Dropbox Clients

The Dropbox app has a troubled reputation among Mac users. The client is often called out for using significant system resources, even when it's not doing anything in the background. And when it does lurch into action, syncing with Dropbox's servers can sometimes be painfully slow, for no obvious reason. Added to this is the fact that almost a year after the first Macs with the M1 chip became available, Dropbox still doesn't natively support Apple silicon, and won't until sometime in 2022. T...
Tags: Apple, Google, Mac, Intel, Macbook, Rosetta, Dropbox, Maestral Free Maestral, Mountain Duck, Strongsync


10 Things in Politics: Kamala Harris' Big Tech problem

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Plus, download Insider's app for news on the go — click here for iOS and here for Android. Send tips to [email protected]'s what we're talking about:Kamala Harris owes a big debt to Big Tech — and our digital privacy may pay the priceMeet the Florida Democrats running to oust GOP Gov. Ron DeSantisExclusive: MLB secretly used 2 different types of baseballs last season Jim Watson/Getty; Marianne ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Florida, Colorado, California, Washington Post, Wills, White House, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Joe Biden, Cnn, Pennsylvania, Gop


Best Google Pixel deals for December 2021

Time for a new Android smartphone? We’ve smoked out all the latest and greatest Google Pixel deals right here.
Tags: Google, Deals, Android, Mobile, Trends, Google Pixel 3, Google Pixel 3a, Google Pixel 4, Evergreen Deals


Qualcomm takes a swipe at Apple's build-not-buy culture (because it wants to sell stuff to Apple)

Suggests collaboration with OS suppliers is the best way to innovate, ignoring that Google just designed its own silicon for Pixel 6 Qualcomm has distanced itself from Apple, and took a veiled shot at its rival as it tried to clear the air on its relationship with Google.…
Tags: Apple, Google, Software, Qualcomm, Pixel


Google to Ban Political Advertising Ahead of Philippine Election

MANILA (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google said on Wednesday it will ban political advertising on its platform in the run-up to Philippine elections...
Tags: Google, Manila, REUTERS Alphabet Inc


Google Chat tries out a new interface on phones with bottom bar tweak

With the demise of Google Hangouts slowly unfolding before us, Google has been steadily focusing more of its attention on its successor app, Google Chat. Even though not everyone has been happy... #demise #googlehangouts #smartphone #googlechat
Tags: Google, Google Chat


Machine learning to make sign language more accessible

Google has spent over twenty years helping to make information accessible and useful in more than 150 languages. And our work is definitely not done, because the internet changes so quickly. About 15% of searches we see are entirely new every day. And when it comes to other types of information beyond words, in many ways, technology hasn’t even begun to scratch the surface of what’s possible. Take one example: sign language.The task is daunting. There are as many sign languages as there are spok...
Tags: Google, Accessibility, Ai, Deaf, Tensorflow, Google in Asia, Kemal El Moujahid, Hong Kong Sign Language


The path to Malaysia’s digital potential

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Mohd Zaid, from Kajang, Malaysia, felt the pressure of providing for his family in an uncertain environment. To bring in some extra income, he turned first to one of his personal passions — making soy wax candles infused with scented oils — and then he turned to the internet. After learning digital marketing skills through a Grow with Google course, Zaid was able to go beyond word-of-mouth sales and promote his candles online through Google Ads and Search. His rev...
Tags: Google, Southeast Asia, Malaysia, Airasia, Ministry of Education, Zaid, Google in Asia, AlphaBeta, Marc Woo, Kajang Malaysia, Digital ASEAN, Mohd Zaid, Digital Economy Blueprint, Google Malaysia, Mahir Digital Bersama Google


Cool: Google Adds A Chanukah Search Trick!

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Following RBI restrictions, Google announces adjustments to automatic payments in India.

The change is significant because many users have a card number saved to their Google Work account or Google Play account to make monthly payments for subscription-based services. The Reserve Bank of India has directed that no entity or merchant, other than card issuers and card networks, should store card details – or card-on-file – from January 1, 2022. For users who had their card information saved in order to pay for their Google One subscription or their Google Cloud work accounts, this co...
Tags: Google, Business, News, India, Reserve Bank of India


Over 300,000 Android Users Have Downloaded These Banking Trojan Malware Apps, Say Security Researchers

Over 300,000 Android smartphone users have downloaded what turned out to be banking trojans after falling victim to malware that has bypassed detection by the Google Play app store. ZDNet reports: Detailed by cybersecurity researchers at ThreatFabric, the four different forms of malware are delivered to victims via malicious versions of commonly downloaded applications, including document scanners, QR code readers, fitness monitors and cryptocurrency apps. The apps often come with the functions ...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Tech, Hydra, Zdnet, Brunhilda, Ermac, Trojan Malware Apps Say Security Researchers


A Lawyer’s Blog Represents Much More Than a Legal Directory Submission

Reading a piece in the Global Legal Post about the Do’s and Don’ts of Legal Directory Submissions, I couldn’t help but think that a blogging lawyer’s directory listing was taken care of by their blogging. If a legal directory listing is meant to represent status or a reputation builder for a lawyer, as it was when I practiced, a blog has it all over a directory listing. A well written niche blog establishes a lawyer’s reputation as a trusted authority, builds relationships with clients, prospec...
Tags: Google, Law, Uncategorized, Global Legal Post, Martindale Hubbell