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Yahoo to join Google to create spy-free email systems

Yahoo to join Google to create spy-free email systems

Yahoo Inc said it will join Google Inc to create a secure email system by next year that could make it nearly impossible for hackers or government officials to read users' messages, The Wall Street Journal reported. The move comes as large technology companies unite to beef up their defenses against government intrusion and...

Google removes 'Bomb Gaza' mobile game from app store

Google removes 'Bomb Gaza' mobile game from app store

A phone app in which players drop bombs on Gaza from an Israeli military plane has been removed from Google Play following complaints, reports the Daily Mail Online. Bomb Gaza, which instructs users to 'drop bombs and avoid killing civilians', was reportedly downloaded around 1,000 times before it was pulled by Google's app store. It...

What would Bangladesh want to erase?

WE regret to inform you that we are no longer able to show you the following pages from your website in response to certain searches on European versions of Google,” says Google. In May, a European Union's top court ruled that individuals have a “right to be forgotten.” Right after that order Google has been receiving 1,000 requests per day for the removal of search result links. So far Google has received 70,000 erasure requests for over 250,000 web...

Google Doodle celebrates Mandela's life

Google Doodle celebrates Mandela's life

It is 96 years ago today that Nelson Mandela was born; a revolutionary who would become the face of magnanimity, wisdom, and resistance to injustice, as well as “father of the nation” to South Africa. Google is celebrating the anniversary of Mandela’s birth with an interactive Doodle. Starting with an illustration of the former...

Google satellites to cover entire planet

Google satellites to cover entire planet

The world wide web may seem like a global community, but two-thirds of the planet still remain without access. Now, Google is planning to change this by launching a fleet of 180 satellites to provide web access for the 4.8 billion people not yet online, according to sources close to the company. The California-based giant...

Google offers 'right to be forgotten'

Google offers 'right to be forgotten'

Google received 12,000 requests from people seeking to be "forgotten" by the world's leading search engine on the first day it offered the service, a company spokesman in Germany said yesterday. The requests, submitted on Friday, came after Google set up an online form to allow Europeans to request the removal of results about...

Google to build self-driving cars

Google to build self-driving cars

Google is to start building its own self-driving cars, rather than modifying vehicles built by other manufacturers. The car will have a stop-go button but no controls, steering wheel or pedals. Pictures of the Google vehicle show it looks like a city car with a "friendly" face, designed to make it seem non-threatening and help...

Google launches Instagram account

Google launches Instagram account

Now Google cannot resist itself from joining in Instagram as the search giant, in a joint-celebration over the 40th anniversary of the Rubik’s Cube today launched its own account there. At the opening session, Google post a video, showing today’s time-sinking Google Doodle, reports USA based techcrunch.com.   The company announced the account via Twitter, and...

Putin calls Internet 'CIA project'

Putin calls Internet 'CIA project'

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday called the Internet a "CIA project" and warned Russians against making Google searches. Putin assured a group of young journalists that the Internet was controlled from the start by the CIA and its surveillance continues today. Media Forum of Independent Local and Regional Media http://t.co/FNrHyBzJpG— President of Russia (@KremlinRussia_E)...

Online security flaw exposes millions of passwords

Online security flaw exposes millions of passwords

An alarming lapse in Internet security has exposed millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive bits of information to potential theft by computer hackers who may have been secretly exploiting the problem before its discovery. The breakdown revealed this week affects the encryption technology that is supposed to protect online accounts for...

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