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Uber has fired Anthony Levandowski, the star engineer who has been accused by Google of stealing trade secrets about self-driving cars and giving it to Uber.
Search engine Google has come up with a truly pitiful reason for treating women employees like second class citizens – it can’t search the data.
More than 10 million daydreamers in 2017
Google is confident that more than 10 million smartphones will support its Daydream platform 2017 – well, someone needs to believe in it.
Snapdragon 835 VR
Qualcomm and Google have announced the development of a Daydream standalone VR headset reference design powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 VR platform.
European tech feed up with being told to eat cake
European technology businesses are complaining that Google and Apple are abusing their power and scale.
Fuschia takes an ice pick to the penguin
Google’s new Fuchsia mobile OS is not based on Linux, unlike Android, but on a new microkernel called Magenta.
Notification Channels, Background Limits, Pro Audio and more
Android, the world’s most used mobile operating system, is getting an update from Nougat to a new item on the dessert menu labeled “O" for now, with the first public beta arriving for Nexus and Pixel owners later this month.
Apple, Google and Microsoft need no education
A hardware war is brewing over the US education market with Apple, Google and Microsoft mud-wrestling for the hearts and minds of educators and school districts.
Taxman makes an offer Google can't refuse
Italy and Alphabet's Google are close to reaching a deal to settle a tax dispute which will not mean the company has to sleep with the fishes.
MediaTek, Qualcomm, Motorola, Nvidia all affected
Google’s mobile operating system for hundreds of millions of users is scheduled to receive one of the largest security fixes ever compiled in a single month, according to a Google security bulletin published Monday.