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WikiLeaks slams <strong>Google</strong> for handing over staffers' data to US

WikiLeaks slams Google for handing over staffers' data to US

27 Jan 2015

Geneva: WikiLeaks has lashed out at internet giant Google for handing over its staffers' emails and digital data to the US authorities without swiftly informing the whistleblowing site, terming it "an attack on journalism and journalists especially those working on security issues".

WikiLeaks,   Julian Assange,   Baltazar Garzon,   Google,   Eric Schmidt,   United States,  
Republic Day: <strong>Google</strong> wishes India Republic Day with Doodle

Republic Day: Google wishes India Republic Day with Doodle

26 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Google on Monday celebrated India's 66th Republic Day with a colorful doodle on its India home page.

Google Doodle,   66th Republic Day,   Google on Republic Day,   Republic Day parade,   Republic Day celebrations,  
Web-surfers worried over <strong>Google</strong> <strong>News</strong> closure in Spain

Web-surfers worried over Google News closure in Spain

13 Dec 2014

Madrid: Spain's main web-surfers' association warned today that national media will lose huge internet traffic when Google shuts its Google News operation next week in protest at being made to pay for content, while newspapers called for talks to prevent the closure.

Web-surfers,   Internet traffic,   Google News,   Newspapers,   Spain,   News-linking service,   Google Spain,   Search engine,  
<strong>Google</strong> <strong>News</strong> to shut in Spain ahead of new publisher rights law

Google News to shut in Spain ahead of new publisher rights law

11 Dec 2014

LONDON: Google said it was closing its news-linking service in Spain next week due to new legislation under which publishers can charge search engines for using their content.

Google,   Google News,   News-linking service,   Google Spain,   Spain legislation,   Search engine,  
'Self-driving' cars to hit public roads in 2 to 5 years: <strong>Google</strong>

'Self-driving' cars to hit public roads in 2 to 5 years: Google

16 Jan 2015

Detroit: The head of self-driving cars for Google expects real people to be using them on public roads in two to five years.

Self driving cars,   Google Self-driving car,   Automotive News World,   Google car sensors,   Google autonomous cars,  
Facebook aims to curb <strong>news</strong> feed 'hoaxes'

Facebook aims to curb news feed 'hoaxes'

21 Jan 2015

Washington: Facebook said today it would step up efforts to limit circulation of bogus "news stories" in user feeds, saying it is an annoyance for members of the huge social network.

Facebook,   news feed,   hoaxes,   social media,  
<strong>Google</strong> planning to sell wireless phone service: Reports

Google planning to sell wireless phone service: Reports

22 Jan 2015

San Francisco: Google is planning to sell wireless phone service directly to consumers using the networks of Sprint and T-Mobile.

Google,   wireless phone service,   Google wireless phone service,   Sprint,  
<strong>Google</strong> to roll out ' <strong>Google</strong> Glass 2' soon

Google to roll out ' Google Glass 2' soon

19 Jan 2015

New York: As the world remains in sort of shock over the news of sudden Google Glass demise, Google has confirmed it is actually working on an upgraded Google Glass 2.

Google glass,   Google,   sale of google glass,   google smart eyewear,   ,  
<strong>Google</strong> to sell wireless service in deals with Sprint, T-Mobile

Google to sell wireless service in deals with Sprint, T-Mobile

22 Jan 2015

Google Inc is preparing to sell mobile phone plans directly to customers and manage their calls and mobile data over a cellular network, media reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

Google Inc,   Sprint,   T Mobile,   wireless service,   mobile phone plans,   mobile data,   cellular network,   Nova project,  
Tech leaders optimistic about digital economy

Tech leaders optimistic about digital economy

23 Jan 2015

Davos: Top technology leaders, including Microsoft's Satya Nadella, Google's Eric Schmidt and Vodafone's Vittorio Colao, today said they are hugely optimistic about the prospects of digital economy, while Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg cited an Indian story here at the WEF to support her optimism.

Technology leaders,   Microsoft,   Satya Nadella,   Google,   Eric Schmidt,   Vodafone,   Digital economy,   Facebook,  

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