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Google tracks your every move
Google’s smartphone services store users’ locations even when privacy settings are adjusted to shut these features off, according to a report by the Associated Press.
New censored google search engine for China
The mobile search app will block some websites and search terms according to two sources. It's after it abandoned the market 8 years ago on censorship concerns
Alphabet shrugs off EU fine as earnings beat expectations
Alphabet's total revenue for the three months to the end of June is €27 billion ($32.66 billion). Eighty-six percent of which came from Google's advertising business
EU slaps record €4.3bn fine on Google
Consumer groups say it will help create variety in the search engine market.
EU hits Google with record €4.34 billion fine
The decision expected later today comes over the company's Android system.
Google faces huge EU fine over Android for ‘abuse’ of market dominance
The European Commission is expected to slap a huge penalty on Google over alleged anti-competitive practices relating to its mobile operating system.
As it happened: Wednesday, July 18
This is how we covered the news on Wednesday, July 18.
New collection of Frida Kahlo's work
The collection intends to portray a more private side of the artist with works rarely found on public display,
Google's new human-voiced assistant raises ethics issues
Alphabet's developers have given Google a powerful new feature to offer users, but critics warn about the blurring of lines between humans and artificial intelligence. Do we need to know when we are talking to a robot, or not?
Meet the artist raising awareness about Google's carbon footprint
Ever wondered how bad your Googling is for the environment?
Google employees in stand against Pentagon
The employees were outraged Google's technology could be used by the Pentagon's Project Maven to better identify both targets and civilians
France to sue Google and Apple for 'unfair business practices'
French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire says it's "unacceptable" that Google and Apple unilaterally impose prices and other contractual terms on software developers, and that this is hurting France's startups.
Brussels tackles fake news
Facebook, Twitter and Google - the internet giants were all at the table in Brussels on Monday to discuss the problem of fake news and online disinformation.
Google app update lets users match their faces to famous paintings
An update to a free Google app helped drive it to the top of Apple's App Store download chart this weekend.
Tech giants scramble to fend off chip security flaws
Hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users could be at risk of hacking until Apple releases a patch to its Safari web browser that protects them from "Spectre", one of the two major vulnerabilities discovered this week.
The man behind Google’s new campus
Thomas Heatherwick reflects on cityscape architecture and how it should “lift up and nourish” urban living.
First alien star system with as many planets as our own discovered
A joint effort between NASA scientists and Google artificial intelligence specialist has led to the discovery of a star system with as many worlds as our own.
Russia, the US election and the tech companies: What we know so far
What Facebook, Twitter and Google have revealed about the extent of Russian meddling in the US election
Europe's finance ministers plot course for tax harmonisation
France is leading the push for reform with the so-called equalisation tax and it has companies such as Amazon and Google and Apple its crosshairs
How did the Internet react to Juncker's State of the Union speech?
Google searches, tweets and controversy.