News and Articles About Google
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The Liftware Base Stabilizer uses sensors to steady the dining process for the 11 million nationwide sufferers of essential tremor and Parkinsons disease.
Google-backed biotech company Calico has also forged a partnership with a Chicago-based biopharmaceutical firm to develop age-defying drugs.
The bank is looking to give 20 U.S. small businesses $150,000 in grants.
The tech giant recently completed test flights in Australia with a drone that hovers like a helicopter and flies like a plane.
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The new device will reportedly use Miracast technology to stream audio and video from computers and mobile devices to television sets.
A new feature within Google Now offers users the ability to Find alternate flights in the event of cancellation or delay.
Kids Under 13 Could Soon Get Their Own Gmail, YouTube Accounts (As If They Didn't Have Them Already )
Kids already use Gmail and they're obsessed with YouTube. Now Google wants to make it legit, as in legal.
Google's YouTube appears set to take on Spotify and Pandora.
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The deal reportedly closed for about $200 million.
In exquisitely austere classrooms, Apple employees are taught brand values and corporate history by a full-time staff that hails from Yale, Harvard and M.I.T.
Google is starting to factor HTTPS into its search results.
The two companies have teamed up to provide same-day book delivery, a move aimed squarely at Amazon.
Previously little-known Directr has joined YouTubes video advertising team, the companies announced.
In response to questions raised by EU data protection agencies, Google published a point-by-point response explaining how it is currently processing the 91,000 removal requests it has already received.
One half of Google's expensive clandestine project is no more.
Should search engines be accountable for the data some people might want removed from the Internet? Members of a European subcommittee don't think so.
The country is following in the footsteps of Japan, Sweden and the United States, which have all sanctioned public tests for the burgeoning tech.
Spain passed a law last week that taxes any site linking to articles published by members of the country's newspaper association that contain descriptions of their work.
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