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Samsung won’t replace Google with Bing on phones

Samsung Electronics will not change the default search engine on its smartphones from Google to Microsoft’s Bing any time soon, the Wall Street Journal...

Google to begin phasing out third-party cookies in Chrome

Google will phase out third-party cookies for 1% of the users of its Chrome browser in the first quarter of 2024, a key step...

Google to delete inactive Gmail, Youtube, Drive accounts from December

Google accounts that had remained unused for two years would be deleted in December to prevent security threats including hacks. Alphabet Inc, the parent body...

Google now lets users access accounts with passkeys rather than passwords

Google announced today that passkeys are now rolling out to Google Account users globally. The news comes nearly a year to the day after Google, Apple, Microsoft and the...

Apple, Google tackle tracking misuse

Apple and Google have jointly drafted a specification designed to prevent lost-item devices from tracking people without their permission, by sending alerts on Android...

Microsoft, Google paint different pictures of AI-driven future

Alphabet’s Google and Microsoft, whose quarterly earnings each got a boost from their established search and cloud computing businesses, used their time with investors...

Google makes Bard write software

Google has updated its Bard generative AI chatbot to help coders with programming and software development tasks as it attempts to one up Microsoft-backed...

Google hit with $32 million antitrust fine in Korea

South Korea’s competition watchdog has slapped a KRW42.1 billion ($32.4 million) fine on Google’s local and regional units for requiring gaming companies to launch...

AWS steps up AI rivalry with Google, Microsoft

Amazon’s cloud computing division this week released a suite of technologies aimed at helping other companies develop their own chatbots and image-generation services backed...

Google bans personal loan apps from accessing user contacts

Google is banning Android apps offering personal loans from accessing users’ sensitive data, such as photos and contacts. From the end of May, Google Play...


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