Economy

The US decided to sue Google

The US decided to sue Google

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The US decided to sue Google
The US authorities decided to sue Google for a monopoly in the field of search services and advertising. Writes about this CNBC

Technology

Google Chrome taught to warn users about cracking their passwords

Google Chrome taught to warn users about cracking their passwords

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Google Chrome taught to warn users about cracking their passwords
As it became known, Google has updated its Chrome browser for mobile devices, teaching it to warn users about cracking their passwords

Technology

Google introduced the “killer” iPhone 12

Google introduced the “killer” iPhone 12

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Google introduced the “killer” iPhone 12
Google has released a new generation of Pixel smartphones. The device was presented at the end of September, so experts assess it as the “killer” of the iPhone 12

Technology

YouTube launches TikTok analog in India

YouTube launches TikTok analog in India

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YouTube launches TikTok analog in India
The YouTube video service will launch its own platform, an analog of the Chinese social network TikTok, which will be called Shorts

Technology

Huawei will launch its own search engine

Huawei will launch its own search engine

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Huawei will launch its own search engine
According to the developers, the created search engine called Petal Search will soon be available for use by all users in the App Gallery store

Technology

Google Maps returned to the platform Apple Watch

Google Maps returned to the platform Apple Watch

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Google Maps returned to the platform Apple Watch
Google mapping service left the watchOS platform in 2017 now the new version of Google Maps is available for download and installation in the App Store

Technology

Austria prepares fines of up to $12 million for IT giants

Austria prepares fines of up to $12 million for IT giants

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Austria prepares fines of up to $12 million for IT giants
Austria is planning to pass a bill aimed at combating hateful content on social networks. The document will apply to Internet platforms with more than 100 thousand users...