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What do the EU copyright reforms mean for the internet?

The way copyright works online across the EU is to change after the European Parliament approved reforms designed to reflect the digital age. Supporters and...

Google employee breaks pi world record using cloud computing

A Google employee has broken the world record for the most accurate value of pi, putting the number of digits at 31,415,926,535,897. Emma Haruka Iwao,...

Google apologises for not disclosing microphone in security device

The technology giant said an "error" meant the microphone was not included in the specifications for the device, but it was "never intended to...

Google to start dismantling Google+ from next week

Google’s outgoing social network Google+ will start to disappear from next week, as the company prepares for the site’s eventual closure in April. The tech...

Google offers anti-meddling tools ahead of EU elections

Google is giving political organizations in Europe free access to tools that tackle online attacks and disruption ahead of upcoming EU elections in May. The...

Google to buy part of Fossil’s smartwatch technology for £31m

Google is to take over part of fashion firm Fossil’s smartwatch technology in a 40 million dollar (£30.9 million) deal to bolster its wearable...

EU consumer groups accuse Google over location tracking

Google is facing fresh scrutiny over user location tracking after a collection of consumer groups from across the EU filed complaints claiming the practice...

Despite bellyaching, no surprise Apple pays the bulk of tax to the US

The taxation of multinational companies continues to generate headlines. For various reasons the focus is on US technology companies and, within that group, the primary...

Google employees walk out over sexual harassment, inequality and racism claims

Google employees around the world are to walk out of their offices on Thursday in protest at claims of sexual harassment, gender inequality and...

Google sacks 48 people over sexual misconduct claims

Google has sacked 48 people over sexual harassment claims in the last two years, its chief executive has said. Thirteen senior managers were among...

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