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Journalists urge action against Google over EU copyright dispute
Hundreds of journalists called Wednesday for European officials to take action against Google over its refusal to pay media companies for displaying their content in defiance of a strict new European Union (EU) copyright law.
Google says it’s achieved quantum supremacy, a world first: Report
A Google researcher’s paper claiming to have achieved quantum supremacy, a major early milestone in the field of quantum computing, appeared on a NASA website this week before being removed, the Financial Times reported.
Google says hackers have put ‘monitoring implants’ in iPhones for years
An unprecedented iPhone hacking operation, which attacked “thousands of users a week” until it was disrupted in January, was revealed by researchers at Google’s external security team.
Google sign language AI turns hand gestures into speech
Google said it has made it possible for a smartphone to interpret and "read aloud" sign language.
Trump says Google manipulated 2016 vote; Clinton hits back
Former US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has rejected a claim by President Donald Trump that Google changed the outcome of their 2016 White House battle by manipulating millions of votes in her favor.
Google to allow rival search engines to compete on Android, at a price
Alphabet Inc.’s Google will allow rivals to compete to be the default search engines on new Android devices in Europe, but they will have to pay for the privilege.
YouTube needs 'new set of rules and laws,' executive says
The video-sharing platform YouTube is striving to block those who would use it to promote racism, hate speech, violence and disinformation, its number two executive told AFP, as the Google-owned company comes under increasing scrutiny.
Google accused of flouting New Zealand laws after Grace Millane murder
Tech giant Google was accused of “flipping the bird” at New Zealand laws by refusing to change company policy after it broke suppression orders related to the murder case of British backpacker Grace Millane.
Google Internet balloon spinoff Loon still looking for its wings
Google’s bet on balloons to deliver cell service soon faces a crucial test amid doubts about the viability of the technology by some potential customers.
YouTube inadvertently promoting obsessions, extreme views
Google is directing people toward misinformation and conspiracy theories by placing YouTube videos prominently in its search results, an investigation by Sky News has found.
Aussie watchdog readies clampdown on Google, Facebook
Australia's competition watchdog is poised to call for far-reaching new regulations on Facebook, Google and other tech giants which could have global ramifications for how they make money and choose the content people consume.
French drugmaker Sanofi, Google to use data tech for innovations
French healthcare company Sanofi teamed up with Google to work on innovations, aimed at using emerging data technologies to change how medicines and health services will be delivered in future.
UN panel: Connect half the world, and $20-phones can help
An independent UN panel called on Monday for much greater cooperation to bring digital technology to roughly half the world’s people, and a senior Google executive said mobile phones with Internet access are being created to sell for about $20 that can help make this possible.

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