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Google may be about to get hit with a multibillion-dollar fine from European regulators that stems from the company’s longstanding policy of requiring Android device makers to set Google’s own search and web browsers as the default offerings. That’s according to a new report from The Washington Post, which adds that the European Union’s chief competition regulator Margrethe Vestager is expected to hand down a huge fine against Google this month. “At the heart of the E.U.’s looming decision are Google’s policies that pressure smartphone and tablet manufacturers that use Google’s Android operating system to pre-install the tech giant’s own apps,” the Post explains. “In the E.U.’s eyes, device makers such as HTC and Samsung face an anti-competitive choice: Set Google Search as
6.52pm BST 18:52 Here is our full report from our correspondents in Mae Sai on todayâs dramatic rescue. 6.14pm BST 18:14 In Mae Sai, Michael Safi and Veena Thoopkrajae have been speaking to the mother of one of the boys reportedly freed from the cave. Mongkhol Boonpiam, 14, has been named by Thai media as one of the boys who was freed on Sunday. Namhom said she had only learned he may have been freed from reports on social media, which the families are tracking from the cave site. âI just heard his name, Mongkhol, and I was happy enough,â she said. She was sleeping at the cave site on Sunday night with many of the other parents and had not yet thought about what she would say once she saw him. âLet me meet him first,â she said.
Early on Sunday officials cleared the site of media as medics and divers began arriving for a marathon cave rescue attempt that could take up to two days. In a press conference later in the morning the former governor in charge of the rescue said 18 divers had gone into the cave to bring out the boys. He said water levels had dropped significantly since Saturday but more rain was forecast Cludo Reports
You knowÂ Google. Everyone knows Google. In fact, Google is so popular that "Google" has become synonymous with web searches.Just how many people use Google for search is a bit of a mystery. According to Internet Live Stats, Google now processes over 40,000 search queries globally every second on the average. But the number of searches isn't Google's only secret. In fact, Google owns dozens of products and services. You've used many of them, like Google Maps, Earth, the web browser Google Chrome, Gmail and many others.Still, there are Google products you've never heard of, or used, but you probably should. Here are 20 Google products and tricks you've probably never heard of, and what they do. You'll love these.1. Google KeepEver wanted to organize your favorite
Google, it seems, is looking to get into the videogame business.Over the past few months—most notably, and most recently, on the gaming site Kotaku—rumors have been circulating that the search giant is working on a multi-pronged games initiative that would involve both hardware and a streaming platform, codenamed "Yeti." Reportedly, Google is looking to pull game developers under its umbrella through either cooperation or acquisition and met with executives at both E3 and the Game Developers Conference to gauge their interest in the efforts, whatever they may be.But a few meetings and some investment money isn't enough to build a successful gaming platform. Does Google have what it takes? Moreover, does the company's history say anything about their potential future in the industry?Goog
A major shift recently announced by Google may be the downfall for small businesses in their quest to have their sites easily found. Google will now prioritize mobile websites when indexing and determining rank, making the mobile experience online more critical than ever.What’s behind the shift? Today’s consumers increasingly prefer their phones for browsing the internet and consuming media. With over half of searches happening on mobile, and more media time being spent on mobile than on desktop, Google is focusing on sites that provide a quality mobile experience.Falling rankings can have a major impact on your top line, and on customers’ ability to find your business. Seventy-four percent of consumers search online when looking to make a purchase according to Forrester.Th
MOSCOW (AP) — Google said Thursday that its document writing tool Google Documents was secure even as Russian internet users discovered scores of files that appeared to be intended for private use.The Russian internet company Yandex said in a statement that some users contacted the company Wednesday to say that its public search engine was yielding what looked like personal Google Documents files, suggesting there may have been a data breach.On Wednesday night, Russian social media users started posting scores of such documents, including an internal memo from a Russian bank, press summaries and company business plans. The veracity of those documents could not be independently confirmed.Google said in a statement that search engines can only turn up Google documents that had either been