Google is now moving further into smart home devices, as its latest buy signals strong intentions to build a network that functions under Internet of Things.
Google’s Tez app, which is based on United Payments Interface (UPI), will now allow users to pay their water, electricity, DTH and mobile, broadband, landline and other utility bills.
Some Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL owners are reporting issues with poor battery life and warm phones. The issue seems to appear from Google’s February security update, which arrived earlier this month.
Google has removed the ‘View Image’ button from Image search, in a bid to discourage people from saving and using copyrighted images.
Google Pixel 2 buyers will get a cashback of Rs 8,000, while those who purchase the Pixel 2 XL can avail Rs 10,000 cashback.
The European Unino has asked Google, Facebook and Twitter to increase efforts to align their functioning with laws of the 28-nation bloc.
Google is raising the price of YouTube TV services, after signing deals with the Turner Network, the National Basketball League and National League Baseball.
Google is bringing a developer preview of its Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) for Gmail as well. The ‘AMP for email’ will is meant to “modernize” email.
Google has announced a partnership with Getty Images, that could allow the internet giant to use the stock photo agency’s content in its products and services.
YouTube released more detailed guidelines which included a warning that the company could pull ads or boot creators off the service if they “cause harm” to other producers and consumers.
Google ended up paying about $3 million to software developers and researchers who found flaws/bugs in the company’s products and services.
Google announced in December 2016 that it will mark all HTTP pages as non-secure. The feature was unveiled for Chrome version 56.
Android Messages users will be able to pair their smartphone to their laptop or desktop by scanning a QR code. Once connected, people will be able to send and receive messages in the web interface.
The Competition Commission of India today imposed a fine of Rs 136 crore on Google for unfair business practices in the Indian market for online search. Google was fined for “infringing anti-trust conduct”.
This ruling concludes the 2012 case that was filed by Bharat Matrimony and non-profit body Consumer Unity and Trust Society.