Google’s recent move allowing users to ‘be forgotten’ is the subject of this edition of Utalk.
Stephanie in Brussels asks: “Following a recent
They have captured the nude, the stupid and the downright bizarre.
But how many images published by Google on its Street View service have prompted
The world’s largest Internet search engine, which processes more than 90 percent of all Web searches in Europe, said on Thursday that it has made
After the much publicised removal of the Flappy Bird game from the Apple and Google app stores, crafty netizens are jumping on the bandwagon.
To mark the first day of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Google has taken a public stand over controversial Russian anti-gay laws by draping its
Internet giant Google is close to reaching an agreement with the European Commission (EC) over competition concerns.
The commission said the
On day 2 of the LeWeb2013 conference in Paris, euronews’ Mark Davis received Bradley Horowitz, a speaker at LeWeb, for a Google+ Hangout On
Today Google has decided to honour the memory of psychiatrist Herman Rorschach who went down in history for inventing the well-known inkblot
A flock of 28 hackers, coders and web developers representing 13 different nationalities gathered in Brussels for the third edition of the
So, what’s up with Europe?
Seize the moment and ask President Barroso your questions! This year Euronews will speak to the European Commission
Speaking about email services in a court filing Google has said: “a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information he voluntarily
A 360-degree virtual tour of the Eiffel Tower in Paris is now available from Google’s Street View.
Web visitors can take a tour as well as watch
The world of Harry Potter is now much more than an imaginary place: Diagon Alley is now accessible to even us simple Muggles. Virtually.
Are you curious to see how PRISM gathers all that information about millions of e-mails sent every day?
An MIT’s application, called Immersion
A virtual visit to Hawaii’s famous volcanoes will soon be available online, thanks to Google’s Street View.
A local trail guide company will be
London is where they work, but Marbella is where this journey started for two unusual young men. Who are they? And what is My Destination?
“I would say, if you have a vision, an idea stick to that. If you have an idea, you have to believe in it and even if the situation is not that good
Apple wants to upstage Google in navigation systems for mobile devices, and this benefits TomTom.
The European GPS leader was chosen by the American
The Norwegian internet browser company Opera Software’s share price was boosted by a rumour that Facebook is keen to buy it to gain greater access to