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U.S. Senator Probes Pokemon GO Maker Over Data Privacy Concerns
Privacy Concerns

U.S. Senator Probes Pokemon GO Maker Over Data Privacy Concerns

Senator Al Franken of Minnesota sent a letter to Niantic Chief Executive John Hanke asking what user data Pokemon GO collects, how the data is used and with what third party service providers that data may be shared.
Pokemon Go Asks For 'Full Access' To Your Google Account
Nintendo

Pokemon Go Asks For 'Full Access' To Your Google Account

Basically, if you log into Pokemon Go through your Google account on an iPhone - which is the first option provided -- it gives "full access" to your account. According to Google's help page, that should only be "granted to applications you fully trust."
Kif Leswing
Google Self-Driving Car Project Names General Counsel as Scrutiny Rises
Self-Driving Cars

Google Self-Driving Car Project Names General Counsel as Scrutiny Rises

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in March it was collecting information after a Google self-driving car struck a municipal bus in California in a minor crash. But it did not open a formal probe.
What Your Business Needs to Avoid the Wrath of Google
SEO

What Your Business Needs to Avoid the Wrath of Google

Learn how to recover from a penalty and grow your business.
Jason Parks
10 Ways to Improve Your Chances for Featured Snippets
Search

10 Ways to Improve Your Chances for Featured Snippets

People search the internet for answers. Companies that discern their questions will be found even by people who weren't looking for them.
John Rampton
Google: Our Self-Driving Cars Are Nice to Cyclists
Google

Google: Our Self-Driving Cars Are Nice to Cyclists

The search giant says it is teaching its cars to share the road.
3 Tips for Google's Fancy New Mobile Testing Tool
Mobile

3 Tips for Google's Fancy New Mobile Testing Tool

If your website isn't mobile optimized. you're losing business without even knowing it.
John Lincoln
Google's Diversity Efforts Show Scant Progress
Google

Google's Diversity Efforts Show Scant Progress

The company released its diversity figures for the first time in 2014 and sparked a conversation among Silicon Valley tech companies that led many of its closest competitors to follow suit.
5 Years Later, Google+ Is a Forgettable Product Worth Remembering
Google+

5 Years Later, Google+ Is a Forgettable Product Worth Remembering

It's a major milestone today for a Google product that never lived up to its hype.
Ray Hennessey
Alphabet Proposes Scrapping Buses in Favor of Ubers
Uber

Alphabet Proposes Scrapping Buses in Favor of Ubers

According to proposals for Columbus, Ohio, public transportation subsidies would instead be handed to ride-sharing services.
Google's Project Bloks Aims to Teach Kids to Code
Coding

Google's Project Bloks Aims to Teach Kids to Code

Google isn't the only one turning its focus toward computer science education. The White House earlier this year proposed billions for CS training in grades K-12.
Google Is Opening Its VR Field Trip App to the Public -- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Start Up Your Day

Google Is Opening Its VR Field Trip App to the Public -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: Small personal drones are making it more difficult to extinguish wildfires.
Grace Reader
Google May Be Making Its Own Smartphone -- Start Up Your Day Roundup
Start Up Your Day

Google May Be Making Its Own Smartphone -- Start Up Your Day Roundup

Plus: A woman looks to turn $9 into $100,000 with PresidentTrump.com.
Grace Reader
Google, Facebook Quietly Move Toward Automatic Blocking of Extremist Videos
Web Content

Google, Facebook Quietly Move Toward Automatic Blocking of Extremist Videos

The move is a major step forward for internet companies that are eager to eradicate violent propaganda from their sites.
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