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Hebat… Google Maps kini mampu kesan bencana alam

Sebelum ini ramalan banjir sudah boleh diakses di India malah Google Maps merancang untuk terus meningkatkan lebih banyak ciri yang berkaitan dengan bencana.

US antitrust chief says past enforcement could presage new probe of...

The top US antitrust enforcer says that studying enforcement actions against Standard Oil and AT&T decades ago can help look at possible anti-competitive behaviour at Google and Facebook.

Google is quickening a shift of hardware production from China

Alphabet Inc.’s Google is moving some production of Nest thermostats and server hardware out of China, avoiding punitive US tariffs and an increasingly hostile government in Beijing.

Amazon now the world’s most valuable brand

Amazon jumped from third to first place to eclipse Google which slid from first to third place with Apple holding on to the second spot.

Media group study finds Google makes billions from news

The report is expected to be presented this week to a congressional hearing on antitrust abuses by Big Tech firms.

Google walkout organiser quits, citing retaliation fear

Claire Stapleton believes she was marked for retaliation by department heads after co-organising the walkout late last year.

Google buys analytics startup Looker to bolster its cloud

Google aims to bolster its cloud services for its business by purchasing data analytics startup Looker.

Top tech executives will be asked to testify in US probe

Leaders of big US tech companies are asked to testify as part of an investigation into whether the companies misuse their massive market power.

Google, Facebook and Apple fall amid antitrust scrutiny

Google, Facebook Inc. and Apple Inc. tumbles as the companies prepare to undergo US antitrust probes.

Apple touts privacy in web sign-on war with Facebook, Google

Apple launches a "Sign In With Apple" function to rival Facebook and Google web login accounts, drawing a contrast with rivals by stressing protection of users' information.

Google bans marijuana delivery apps from Play Store

Two popular cannabis services, Weedmaps and Ease, have not been removed by the platform, but their ordering functionalities will be disabled.

US Justice Department prepares antitrust investigation of Google

The potential investigation represents the latest attack on a tech company by the administration of US President Donald Trump.

G20 digital tax takes a step closer

A total of 129 countries have signed off on a roadmap to grab a fairer tax share of the companies' booming sales.

Google honours Sudirman’s 65th Birthday

Google honours singer, songwriter, author, visual artist, and actor's 65th birthday with a neon doodle.

Huawei accuses US of bullying, says working with Google to respond...

Huawei says the sanctions imposed by the US is not just an attack on the Chinese tech giants but also an attack on the liberal rules-base order.

Huawei phones here unaffected by Google’s action, says telco

The telecommunications company says Google’s move to cut off Android licence does not affect its Huawei phone offerings.

Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist

The move could hobble Huawei's smartphone business outside China as it will immediately lose access to updates to Google's Android system.

Big US hedge funds regain ardor for FAANGs in first quarter

NEW YORK: Some of the biggest, highest-profile US hedge fund investors and money managers fell back in love with FAANGs in the first quarter,...

Google says Singapore’s fake news law may hurt innovation

'We remain concern that this law will hurt innovation and the growth of the digital information ecosystem,.' says Google.

Google set to launch privacy tools to limit online tracking

However, Google's new tools are not expected to significantly curtail its ability to collect data.

Former Google CEO Schmidt leaving Alphabet board

Schmidt is under fire for signing off on bonus payment to former executives who were sacked despite knowledge of sexual harassment charges against them.

EU fine on Google weighs on parent Alphabet profit

Google is separately working to satisfy EU regulators investigating its hugely popular Android devices following a US$5 billion fine last year.

‘Systemic’ retaliation as claimed by Google staff

The world's largest internet company has been allegedly mistreating its workers and activists are describing it as a form of 'systematic' retaliation.

Google announces more policy changes after employee protests

'We want every Googler to walk into a workplace filled with dignity and respect,'