Giants of Big Tech are slated to disclose how their businesses faired in the third quarter of this year with firm financial footing despite turbulent politics and the coronavirus pandemic.
Google said in a statement that the lawsuit is deeply flawed, adding customers choose the company intentionally.
Big Tech's reputation has deservedly taken a beating in recent years, but there is one way to restore some respect, and it makes business sense.
Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google "engage in a form of their own private quasi regulation that is unaccountable to anyone but themselves," US lawmakers say in a newly released report.
The products unveiled focus on two areas where Google has struggled to make significant inroads.
The US Commerce Department bans downloads of TikTok and WeChat use within the United States as they "threaten national security" amid rising US-China tensions.
CEO Sundar Pichai says US wildfires have increased public awareness of climate change and his company wants to bring further attention to it through its new goal.
TikTok's decision comes weeks after US President Donald Trump signed an executive order giving Americans 45 days to stop doing business with video app's Chinese parent company, Bytedance.
As part of the partnership, ADT will use Nest's internet-connected cameras, as well as another device called the Nest Home Hub that comes with an internet-connected camera, as part of its customers' security systems.
The Pixel 4a will be available August 20 after months of delay caused by supply problems triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic and comes at a budget-friendly price compared to previous models.
Subcommittee Chairperson David Cicilline tore into the CEOs with allegations of corporate espionage, unethical business practice, privacy violations, and monopoly.
Ahead of a major anti-trust congressional hearing on the four corporate giants, their leaders have expressed positive sentiments that fly in the face of past hearings.
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