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Google CEO Sundar Pichai's India visit: Likely announcements

Google CEO Sundar Pichai's India visit: Likely announcements

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is all set to address domestic technology market with a focus on small and medium businesses on Wednesday.

Apple's News launched in the UK with iOS 9.1 update

Apple's News launched in the UK with iOS 9.1 update

Battling with Google and Facebook to get a larger share of online news reading segment, Apple has entered the fray with Apple News.

Google launches new Europe battle in Spain pay row

US online giant Google plunged into a fresh battle in Europe on Thursday, scrapping its popular online news service in Spain in protest at being made to pay for content.

Google News to shut in Spain ahead of new publisher rights law

Google said it was closing its news-linking service in Spain next week due to new legislation under which publishers can charge search engines for using their content.

Google says it never copied iPhone features for Android

The executive made the statement during testimony in the Apple v. Samsung patent-infringement trial.

Google to launch 'Android TV'

The company wrote that it's all about finding and enjoying content with the least amount of friction and assured that the experience would be nothing less than cinematic, fun, fluid, and fast.

Google now encrypts its emails for better security

"Your email is important to you, and making sure it stays safe and always available is important to us," said Nicolas Lidzborski, Gmail Security Engineering chief.

Google Hangouts, Chat, Spreadsheets go offline for several hours

Google Spreadsheets were also affected, with users having trouble either accessing existing ones or creating new sheets, while other Google Docs formats appeared stable.

Schmidt says Google data safe from governments' prying eyes

Schmidt made the statement on the first day of the annual South by Southwest Interactive conference.

Google to make 'strategic' investments in Android, Chrome

It will also invest in new businesses towards driving adoption and innovation like social, commerce and enterprise.

Lenovo nears $3 bn deal to buy Google's handset unit: Sources

Lenovo is in the final stages of talks to buy the Google division that includes smartphones Moto X and Moto G as well as certain patents, and an announcement could come as soon as Wednesday, the people said.

Google rolls out new toolset

The tool is capable of porting the necessary Chrome APIs like notifications and access to local storage, required by web apps on mobile.

Google search box makes `ultimate calculator`

A user can even use plain English, instead of hunting down the mathematical symbols.

Google fixes Gmail bug that sent Hotmail user thousands of unwanted emails

The bug allowed auto-fill of e-mail address in Gmail when accessed from the Google Search results page and affected the Hotmail account of David S. Peck.

Google apologises after online services stumble

Complaints were posted online from Europe, Canada, the United States and elsewhere.

Google tops ten US tech firms in spending $61mn lobbying Washington

According to the report, 2013 saw an increase of 16 percent in the collective expenditure than previous year.

New Gmail feature lets strangers send you emails!

Google representatives have said that by default, anyone on its social network will be able to send messages to a user's Gmail inbox.

Google had to 'start over' Android after iPhone launch in 2007

According to Mashable, Google engineer Chris DeSalvo said that as soon as Steve Jobs revealed the iPhone to the world, he knew the Android team would need to 'start over'.

Hotel chains partner with Google for 360-degree virtual tours

Best Western International has announced the launch of Google Business Photos for all 2,200 of its North American hotels, which will have the virtual tours online by the end of 2014.

Google patents software to help you manage social media presence

The software slowly learns how one reacts on social networks and can mimic their usual responses to updates and messages from friends and relations to help cope with the daily data deluge.