Google Fined $3.8 Million in Settlement Over Alleged Hiring and Pay Discrimination

Google settled with the U.S. Department of Labor for $3.8 million over pay discrimination allegations. Gizmodo The United States and Google have reached an agreement. Department of Labor for $3.8 million in retaliation for allegations of pay discrimination. Women and Asian applicants were accused of being paid less than their male counterparts by the company.Continue reading “Google Fined $3.8 Million in Settlement Over Alleged Hiring and Pay Discrimination”

Google speeds up its release cycle for Chrome

Google’s Chrome browser is moving to a four-week release cycle. TechCrunch The Chrome browser will now have a four-week release cycle. In Q3 2021, Chrome 94 will be the first to be updated. By March 2022, Google Chrome 100 will be available. The change, according to Google, is intended to speed up the release ofContinue reading “Google speeds up its release cycle for Chrome”

Google promises it won’t just keep tracking you after replacing cookies

Google is phasing out third-party tracking cookies in its Chrome browser. The Verge Google’s Chrome browser will gradually phase out third-party tracking cookies. The move is part of a larger push to make the internet more “privacy-first.” Google claims that it is not attempting to eliminate targeted advertising in general. It simply wants to replaceContinue reading “Google promises it won’t just keep tracking you after replacing cookies”

Google’s March 2021 Pixel Feature Drop Offers Useful Tweaks

Google’s latest software update begins rolling out to all its Pixel phones today. Gizmodo Google’s latest software update is going to be sent out to all of its Pixel phones today. It introduces support for underwater shooting and the Recorder app. It adds support for Smart Compose texting. The latest version of the clock appContinue reading “Google’s March 2021 Pixel Feature Drop Offers Useful Tweaks”

Australia passes law requiring Facebook and Google to pay for news content

The Australian government has passed a new law requiring Google and Facebook to pay for news content. The Verge A new law has been adopted by the Australian government requiring Google and Facebook to pay for news content. The legislation requires the two tech giants to negotiate or face arbitration with news outlets. Google hasContinue reading “Australia passes law requiring Facebook and Google to pay for news content”

Google Lifts Ban On Political Advertising

Google is lifting its ban on political ads. Gizmodo Google is lifting its political advertisement ban The firm announced that the ban would be lifted on Wednesday. It has been a little over a week since the acquittal of Donald Trump in the impeachment trial. Facebook and Google have been under pressure to return toContinue reading “Google Lifts Ban On Political Advertising”

Fintech companies must balance the pursuit of profit against ethical data usage

Financial institutions are falling behind the tech curve, leaving the door wide open for Big Tech companies like Apple, Amazon and Google to become our bankers. TechCrunch Financial institutions are falling behind the tech curve, leaving the door open for our bankers to become big tech companies such as Apple, Amazon and Google. Fintech hasContinue reading “Fintech companies must balance the pursuit of profit against ethical data usage”

Some Google Pixel owners are reporting camera problems

Some owners of previous-generation Pixel phones are having serious trouble with their cameras. The Verge Some owners of Pixel phones of the previous generation are having serious problems with their cameras A recent increase in one-star reviews for the camera app used by the Pixel app has been noted by Android Police Owners say thatContinue reading “Some Google Pixel owners are reporting camera problems”

Google rebrands G Suite for Education to Google Workspace for Education

Google is changing the name of its G Suite for Education products to Google Workspace for Education. The Verge Google is renaming the products of its G Suite for Education to Google Workspace for Education The organization is also changing its data storage policy for its educational clients. New features are in Google Classroom operations,Continue reading “Google rebrands G Suite for Education to Google Workspace for Education”

Google Photos Gets New Editing Tools for Google One Subscribers

Google is adding new photo-editing tools to Google Photos for Google One subscribers. Gizmodo Google is adding new photo editing tools for Google One subscribers to Google Photos. Among the new editing tools are Portrait Blur, Lighting, and Color Pop. In the past, the new features were only available on Pixel phones Google is alsoContinue reading “Google Photos Gets New Editing Tools for Google One Subscribers”

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