Beijing: American tech giant Google has announced its decision of shutting down the Google Translate service in mainland China, media reports said on Tuesday.
Washington/UNI: A woman has filed lawsuit against Instagram's parent company Meta and Snap Inc as an addiction to their social media platforms caused the suicide of her 11-year old daughter.
Moscow: A court in Russia has fined social network site Twitter 19 million rubles (USD 259,000) for not deleting content the country views as illegal, according to reports.
Mount View/IBNS: Search engine giant Google has joined 30 other tech companies to protect the work visas for spouses of highly skilled tech immigrants.
Moscow/Sputnik: Google's chief researcher on artificial intelligence ethics Margaret Mitchell said Saturday she was fired, which comes several weeks after controversial firing of ethical AI team co-leader Timnit Gebru and amid an internal probe of the company's policies on diversity and research.
New York: Google users across the globe are seemingly finding trouble using the various services provided by the IT giant.
Washington/Sputnik: Google searches in the United States about whether citizens can change their vote after casting it peaked early Tuesday morning, a week before the November vote, data from the search engine revealed.
San Francisco/Xinhua: Google will allow most employees to work from home through June 2021 as COVID-19 cases continue to surge, according to a report by San Francisco Chronicle on Monday.
Washington/Sputnik/UNI: The US Health Department had opened a federal inquiry into tech giant Google’s Project Nightingale, which aims to collect and analyze personal medical data, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Moscow/Sputnik/UNI: US tech giant Google has partnered with Ascension, one of the largest US healthcare systems, in a secret project to collect and analyze the personal health data of millions of US citizens in 21 states, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing sources and documents.
Paris, Sep 13 (Xinhua/UNI) US tech giant Google has agreed to pay 965 million euros (1.068 billion US dollars) to settle disputes with the French tax authorities in a fraud inquiry that began four years ago.
San Francisco, Aug 28 (Xinhua/UNI) Former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski was charged Tuesday with stealing trade secrets when he appeared in a San Jose court in Silicon Valley.
San Francisco, May 8 (Xinhua/UNI) Google on Tuesday debuted its next-generation Google Assistant, touting "milestone" features that empower mobile devices with new speech recognition and language understanding capabilities.
Brussels, Mar 20 (Xinhua/UNI) US internet giant Google on Wednesday received a new fine ticket of 1.49 billion euros (1.69 billion US dollars) from the European Union (EU) for breaching of anti-trust rules.
Ottawa, Mar 5 (UNI) In the wake of Canadian federal election, Alphabet Inc’s Google has planned to ban political advertising on its platform as the nation's new transparency rules would be very difficult to comply with.