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EU slams Google with $2.7 billion fine for abusing antitrust law
Jun27

EU slams Google with $2.7 billion fine for abusing antitrust law

The European Commission in charge of competition has fined Google a whopping sum of €2.42 billion or $2.7 billion for abusing its “dominance as search engine.” Google has been in the eyes of the storm for a while now, and this hefty fine by the European regulatory commission won’t come to many as a surprise. The commission said its decision is hinged on Google’s “abuse of dominance as search engine by giving illegal advantage to own...

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Google adds private medical reports to list of banned material
Jun24

Google adds private medical reports to list of banned material

Soon, and very soon, all private medical reports on Google search page will no longer be available. Bloomberg reports that search engine giant has started removing a new category of online content that contains personal medical records. What this means is that the public will no longer be able to access your private personal record as it will now be added to list of banned material. Google listed certain information that comes under...

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Google launches a new AI-powered search engine for job seekers
Jun20

Google launches a new AI-powered search engine for job seekers

One thing Google knows how to do so well is connecting people of different profession and carrier. Through its search engine service, the Mountain View California-based company has been won many hearts and has become the first name on the lips of information seekers across the world. On Monday, the search engine giant launched an AI-powered search engine for job seekers. The objective here is quite clear; Google wants to give job...

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Google set to be slammed with a hefty EU fine
Jun17

Google set to be slammed with a hefty EU fine

Judgement day is near for Google as the European Union regulatory body is set to slam a hefty fine on the tech giant. According to various reports, the EU regulators will slam a $1.2 billion fine on Google for violation of its laws. The fine is coming after Google was accused of manipulating its search results to favor its own comparison-shopping service, according to the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. A...

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Google’s cool new feature allows you to perform searches through Gmail or Photos
May27

Google’s cool new feature allows you to perform searches through Gmail or Photos

Google has added a new feature that lets you filter your search results by “personal” results. The new feature, which was spotted by Search Engine Roundtable, works when you are logged into your Gmail account, and of course, when you do a normal Google search. However, you won’t spot or be able to use the new feature if you are not logged into your account. Above, you can see the new feature, with a new tab “personal” added to the...

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Google is secretly tracking your credit card purchases
May24

Google is secretly tracking your credit card purchases

Google is always seeking new ways to improve its services—and there is nothing wrong with that, especially if things are done without breaking any rules. According to Bloomberg and Vanityfair, the tech giant is tracking credit cards of online purchases. Its target, according to Vanityfair, is to track how much is being spent in brick-and-mortar stores after a consumer clicks on digital ads. By so doing, Google is helping advertisers...

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