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Painting fetches £1.1 mil at Sotheby’s, thanks to Google search

Art piece price is over 7 times the pre-auction estimate.

Google Maps lebih ‘friendly’ bantu orang buta tiba ke destinasi dengan...

Navigasi suara yang ditambah baik dalam Goole Maps dilihat sangat membantu golongan cacat penglihatan untuk sampai ke destinasi dengan selamat.

Nursing mothers stage London climate protest against Google

About 150 mothers with babies and young children defy police ban to voice out displeasure.

No Pixel 4 smartphone for Google fans in India

Internet giant’s decision reportedly based on refusal to disable barred radar frequency feature.

Google pulls Hong Kong protester role-playing mobile game

Second app to be pulled after China's criticism of Apple.

Google faces privacy case affecting 4 million iPhone users

UK lawsuit says Alphabet Inc unit gathered personal information by bypassing default privacy settings.

Google won’t pay French media firms to display content

Without compensation, only headline and link will appear in search results.

Google wins ‘right to be forgotten’ fight with France

Tech giant can continue publishing sensitive information in internet search results globally.

Huawei promises smartest 5G phone, but who will be brave enough...

Analysts say that without the Google ecosystem consumers won’t want to buy the Huawei Mate 30.

Google to pay US$1.1 bil in France to settle fiscal fraud...

French investigators seek to establish whether Google, whose European headquarters is based in Dublin, failed to pay its dues to the state.

US states launch antitrust probe of Google, focus on advertising

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes said the probe was ‘for the benefit of the tech ecosystem to help level the playing field.’

Politicians race to claim their piece of techlash

Attorney general offices are scrambling to formally launch antitrust investigations against Google and Facebook.

Tech firms meet with US intelligence on 2020 election security

Social media companies are under pressure to ramp up security after US intelligence discovered Russian cyber-meddling efforts in the 2016 elections.

Indonesia plans tax overhaul to make tech firms pay VAT

The bill is part of Indonesia's broader tax reforms intended to improve revenue collection, increase compliance and attract investment.

Google to pay FTC up to US$200 mil on YouTube probe

The settlement is set to be announced next week and will be the largest ever fine imposed for violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule.

Huawei plans high-end phone launch under cloud of Google ban

Huawei is set to unveil its new Mate 30 line of phones on Sept 18 in Munich.

Google in hot soup over EU anti-trust probe for jobs search...

The Commission will seek to determine if the group is giving its own jobs listing platform a priority over competitors within Google search results

Cloud gaming faces challenges as Google prepares launch

Google unveiled details of its nascent streaming video platform Stadia at this week's Gamescom trade fair in Cologne in the hope it can gain massive traction among hardcore gamers.

EU will respond to US tariffs on French wine, says Tusk

US President Donald Trump's fresh threat was made in retaliation for Paris imposing a sales tax on US-based tech giants like Google, Facebook and Apple.

Light version of Google app to be released worldwide

At just 7MB in size, Google Go uses 40% less data than its classic heavyweight search app.

Google cuts some Android phone data for wireless carriers

Google has withdrawn its Mobile Network Insights service due to fear of data privacy issues.

Google’s jobs search draws antitrust complaints from rivals

A letter will be sent to European Union competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager complaining of Google’s monopoly in online job searches.

Devices that will turn your student dorm into a smart home

For students getting ready to go off to college for the first time, a handful of buyable dorm-friendly smart home devices will ensure you make the grade.

DOJ scrutinises Google Advertising, search in antitrust probe

Google controls much of the technology that news publishers and marketers use to serve ads across the internet.