Google is in talks with publishers about paying a licensing fee for content that would be in a premium news product.
Google-owned home security system Nest will require all customers to use two-factor authentication starting this spring, the company announced Tuesday.
Together, the MAGA stocks account for about 17 percent of the S&P 500 and almost 70 percent of its 2020 gain.
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed Naughton will be assuming another position at the company in a statement.
Experts say the item has built a "convincing lead" over rival products.
Sen. Josh Hawley wants to hold tech companies accountable by making the Federal Trade Commission part of the Justice Department, saying Monday that such a move would increase its market analysis and enforcement powers.
The commission said in a statement the Section 337 complaint alleges the import of certain audio players and controllers and their components infringe on Sonos patents.
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Paxton is leading a charge against Google with 50 other attorneys general.
Google said Monday that some customer videos uploaded to its Photos app may have been shared with complete strangers due to a "technical issue."
Investors wrestle with mixed quarterly results.
Also banned: Election-related "deepfake" videos and anything that aims to mislead viewers about voting procedures and how to participate in the 2020 census.
The summit will give Google a chance to help the policy pros from across the political spectrum understand its products better.
UPS announced Wednesday that it has partnered with self-driving car company Waymo and invested in electric car company Arrival.
Google joins wave of shutdowns in China as coronavirus concerns mount.
Antivirus program Avast, which is used by hundreds of millions of people, collected and sold users' most secretive browsing data to some of the world's largest companies until 2019.
State attorneys general investigating Google for antitrust practices will reportedly have an information-sharing meeting with the Department of Justice next week.
The new design added a small icon next to each Search result, blurring the lines between actual search results and advertisements.
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