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  • Facebook

    Facebook joins effort to boost newspaper subscriptions

    Facebook announces initiatives to help struggling news organisations gain paid subscribers, following a similar move unveiled earlier by Google.

  • Google uncovered Russia-backed ads on YouTube, Gmail

    Google has discovered Russian operatives spent tens of thousands of dollars on ads on its YouTube, Gmail and Google Search products in an effort to meddle in the 2016 US presidential election, a person briefed on the company's probe tells Reuters.

  • Pixel 2 phone

    Google launches new phones, speakers in hardware push

    Alphabet Inc's Google unveils the second generation of its Pixel smartphone along with new voice-enabled home speakers, redoubling its commitment to the hardware business as it competes with a surge of devices from Apple Inc and Inc.

  • Google chrome remains the most popular browser in the world

    Mozilla and one time- market leader Microsoft Windows’ Internet Explorer are distant second and third popular browsers. Other web browsers are too far behind, according to data collected by StatCounter, a Dublin-based web analytics firm.

  • Twitter suspends 200 accounts linked to Russia

    Twitter (TWTR.N) says it has suspended about 200 Russian-linked accounts as it probes online efforts to meddle with the 2016 US election, but an influential Democratic senator slammed its steps as insufficient.

  • Google AdSense

    AdSense now understands Bangla

    Google AdSense announces that Bangla, a language spoken by millions in Bangladesh, India and many other countries around the world, has been added to the families of AdSense supported languages.

  • Google weaves touch controls into Levi Strauss jacket

    Levi Strauss this week begins selling a denim jacket with touch controls woven into the fabric in the first fashion offering stitched from a collaboration with Google.

  • Facebook, Google set to change handling of political ads

    Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google have little choice but to rein in internet political ads in the face of growing U.S. government pressure, a panel of advertising consultants and executives says.

  • 'Google fires defender of tech gender gap'

    Google fires the author of an internal memo defending the gender-gap in Silicon Valley tech jobs as a matter of biology, according to media reports.

  • How to be as productive as a Google employee

    Sleep pods, breakfast bars, massage therapists, and even haircuts—with in-office perks like these keeping employees rested, relaxed, energised, and satisfied, no wonder Google is the high-functioning, super-innovative company that it is.