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Google touts 21 Android phones it recommends for business...

For the first time ever, Google has published a set of standards it says smartphones must meet to be business friendly, highlighting those that get regular security...

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How ad-blocking works in Google’s Chrome browser

Google on Feb. 15 turned on the browser ad-blocking feature it's been talking about for a year. Here's how it works and why Google acted.

   

Chrome 68 to condemn all unencrypted sites by summer

Google in July will start inserting a 'not secure' label in the address bar of every website that uses HTTP connections between its servers and users.

IT & SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

Yeti: How a Google game console could take on Xbox, PlayStation,...

Google may enter the gaming business with a cloud-based service and home console, code-named "Yeti." Here's what Yeti could—or should—entail if it wants to compete...

   

IT & SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT

How tighter ties between Google and Nest can bring new value...

Google is bringing Nest back into its fold to build a home that's smarter—and that's good news if you're frustrated with the Google Tax.

Microsoft targets Box, Dropbox and Google customers with...

Google also unveils a new Drive preview pane commenting feature in G Suite for Microsoft Office files.

   

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Big Tech may shun President, but spends big to influence...

How much are the big technology companies spending on lobbying the US Government?

Why we’re getting self-driving delivery before self-driving...

The public will have to wait another decade for self-driving Ubers. But autonomous vans are already delivering groceries.

   

MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS

Why Google partnered with MobileIron – and what they plan...

Google will use MobileIron's enterprise mobility management platform and analytics software to create App Store-like instances that can be offered through telecom...

Browser makers build bulwarks to stump Spectre attacks

Most major browser makers responded to concerns about the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities by updating their wares to try and fend off any web-based attacks....

   
   
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