Australian media will be able to bargain with Google and Facebook to quickly secure fair payment for news content if a draft mandatory code released by the ACCC today is adopted.
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Western Australia's natural attractions will soon be able to be viewed at eye-level online with the use of Google's unique Street View Trekker.
On loan to the State Government for six months, the Google Street View Trekker is a 14-kilogram camera backpack with 15 specially mounted lenses capable of recording stunning GoogleTravel & Tourism Read More
Google has at last rolled out a “mobile first” algorithm that favours smart phone users over desktop audiences. This may be the most revolutionary update since Hummingbird, and the transition will come with some exciting features that will enhance user experience, changing the way you think about SEO and digital marketing.
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Google’s recent sacking of James Damore for circulating a memo will do the tech giant more harm than good. Not only has the memo been incorrectly dubbed “anti-diversity”, but the document has also received widespread support from other Google employees.
A more productive response to the memo would have been EmploymentGoogleTechnology Read More
Google has begun testing putting one of the most divisive features of the modern web experience, the auto-playing video, directly into search results.
The feature, which puts the auto-playing video at the top of search results as part of the knowledge panel for certain searches, was spotted by Jennifer Slegg for GoogleTechnology Read More
Business software company Citrix is expanding its relationship with Google in a bid to bring cloud delivery of applications and desktops and secure cloud-optimized endpoints to their enterprise customers.
The companies say businesses are continuously looking to both public and hybrid clouds to solve their business requirements for secure digital workspaces.
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Google's parent company Alphabet can easily afford the $2.7 billion write-down it's taking to cover a big antitrust fine in Europe. But it might find it harder to shrug off the rest of the European regulatory assault that's headed its way.
In June, a European Commission ruling slapped down Google for GoogleTechnology Read More