An Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems (pictured) has filed a complaint against Google in France alleging that the US tech giant is illegally tracking users on Android phones without their consent.
Ten years and finally common sense
The US Supreme Court ruled that Alphabet's Google didn't commit copyright infringement when it used Oracle's programming code in the Android operating system, sparing Google from what could have been a multibillion dollar award.
Donates $25 million to the newly set up European Media and Information Fund
Google will contribute $25 million to the newly set up European Media and Information Fund to combat fake news.
We want your keys
Smartphones have already replaced single purpose gadgets like point-and-shoot cameras and MP3 players and now Google wants to take your keys and wallets from you.
Blowing the real estate budget
While everyone appears to be talking about a shift to home working, Google plans to spend billions on real estate this year.
Not until after summer
San Francisco's largest technology companies, including Twitter and Google plan to keep their offices largely closed for months more despite the government allowing them on Tuesday to be opened in a limited capacity.
Apparently, no-one knifed Caesar which means I can't use that picture
Senior Google executive Caesar Sengupta, head of the tech giant’s payment initiatives, said on Monday he was leaving the company next month, after 15 years.
Did not win a dismissal.
Google will have to face trail over a lawsuit claiming it collected user data on internet activity, even after they used a brower’s private incognito mode.
Browsers of interest
The Australian government has moved its tech giant battle to browsers, keeping Google in its crosshairs while putting Apple under the microscope.