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Google's war on all fronts over media, competition and tax
Californian Internet giant Google faces a growing list of battles around the world, from tussles in Europe and Australia over fair compensation for media outlets to competition probes on both sides of the Atlantic, AFP reported.
Google renames business software package Workspace
Alphabet Inc.'s GOOGL.O con Tuesday announced Google Workspace as the new name for its package of business tools including email and document editing, replacing the G Suite brand introduced in 2016.
Google aims to run on carbon-free energy by 2030
Alphabet Inc.'s Google aims to power its data centers and offices using solely carbon-free electricity by 2030, its chief executive told Reuters, building on its previous goal of matching its energy use with 100 percent renewable energy.
Google using machine learning techniques to better recognize breaking news
Google wrote in a blog post that the company is using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning techniques to more quickly recognize breaking news around various crises such as natural disasters.
Google protests 'unworkable' ACCC code for digital platforms to pay for news
Google claimed the Australian government’s proposed code for digital platforms to pay news media companies for their content is “unworkable” and would force the tech company to “pay unreasonable and exorbitant amounts.”
Google slams Australian law forcing tech giants to pay for news
US technology giant Google went on the offensive on Monday against an Australian plan forcing digital giants to pay for news content, telling users their personal data would be "at risk."
Google turns Android phones into earthquake sensors
Alphabet Inc.’s Google’s Android phones on Tuesday started detecting earthquakes around the world to provide data that could eventually give billions of users precious seconds of warning of a tremor nearby, with an alerting feature first rolling out in California.
Google fixes mistranslation after FM Zarif’s protest
Google has corrected the Persian-to-English translation of the word “condolences” following the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif criticized the multinational search engine for its mistranslation.
Australia to make Google, Facebook pay for news content
The Australian government said on Friday it plans to give Google and Facebook three months to negotiate with Australian media businesses fair pay for news content.
Google to build new Internet cable under the sea for faster connections
Google announced plans to build a new undersea network cable connecting the US, UK and Spain.
Australian regulator says Google misled users over data privacy issues
Australia’s competition regulator on Monday accused Alphabet’s Google of misleading consumers to get permission for use of their personal data for targeted advertising, seeking a fine “in the millions” and aiming to establish a precedent.
Google bans ads containing virus conspiracy theories
Alphabet Inc.’s Google said it would prohibit websites and apps that use its advertising technology from running ads on “dangerous content” that goes against scientific consensus during the coronavirus pandemic.
Google faces lawsuit over tracking in apps even when users opted out
Alphabet Inc.’s Google records what people are doing on hundreds of thousands of mobile apps even when they follow the company’s recommended settings for stopping such monitoring, a lawsuit seeking class action status alleged.
4G Internet balloons take off over Kenya
A network of giant Internet-enabled balloons from Google's sister firm Loon is to provide Internet access to remote areas of Kenya.
Under pressure, Google to pay some outlets for news content
Google announced plans to pay some news organizations for content in a departure from its past practice following pressure from governments and media groups around the world.

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