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Tech’s 5 biggest players now worth $3 trillion

Tech’s most valuable players today crossed the $3 trillion aggregate market cap mark according to Google Finance data. It’s a feat that marks a new threshold for tech amidst the current boom. The current market rally is, in some ways, a technology rally. Let’s examine the number, how we got here and why it matters. Read More

WFCW Block Club Gives Green Light For 4906 N. Clark Development

4906 N. Clark rendering (Axios Architects) Current view of 4906 N. Clark (Google) Winona Foster Carmen Winnemac Block Club (WFCW) has given their approval to a proposal that would bring residential to a vacant lot and autoshop at the...Show More Summary

Google adds emergency location feature to its Phone app 

When you dial an emergency number like 911, a location card will pop up containing your current address, exact coordinates, and more.

Google is using your entire search history to create a personalized news feed

Google, perhaps more than any other tech giant, knows an astonishing amount about you.  Your search history alone could be enough to paint a surprisingly vivid portrait of everything, from your current hobbies to your deepest darkest secrets. Show More Summary

Switch Online App currently launching around the world (post will be updated)

The Nintendo Switch Online app is now on the App Store in AU, also on Google Play.https://t.co/bH7uEujndL pic.twitter.com/8IqQIAJl0P — Vooks (@vooksdotnet) July 19, 2017 UPDATE - Now available in North America and parts of Europe We don't know when other regions will get the app, but we'll update this post to let you know when it hits. Show More Summary

Google Fiber CEO Departs After Five Months

First reported last night, Google Fiber has lost its CEO. After just five months on the job, Gregory McCray has departed and there’s no replacement currently lined up. As I mentioned, McCray wasn’t at Fiber for very long, but he took over for Craig Barratt after he exited last year. Show More Summary

Who Unfollowed Me on Instagram? The Only Way to Find Out

Every Instagram addict wants more likes, and that means getting more followers. However, it’s just as important to retain your current followers. But can you really see who unfollowed you on Instagram? A quick Google search for thisShow More Summary

How a new wave of machine learning will impact today’s enterprise

GUEST: Advances in deep learning and other machine learning algorithms are currently causing a tectonic shift in the technology landscape. Technology behemoths like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook and Salesforce are engaged in an artificial intelligence (AI) arms race, gobbling up machine learning talent and startups at an alarming pace. Show More Summary

Net Neutrality is Not a Pirates’ Fight Anymore

Today millions of people are standing up for net neutrality and an open internet. The "Battle for the Net," backed by companies including Amazon, Google, and Netflix, hopes to stop a looming repeal of current net neutrality rules. While...Show More Summary

Google Uses ccTLDs and Search Console Settings to Geotarget Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Google recently revealed how it currently geotargets search rankings to users in different locations around the world. The post Google Uses ccTLDs and Search Console Settings to Geotarget Search Results by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Google Photos: Share Your Library explained

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Google Photos new Share Your Library feature is currently being rolled out to Google Photos on the Web and mobile devices. Share Your Library is a new feature of Google Photos that Google revealed earlier this year during the Google I/O conference. Show More Summary

Exclusive: eZanga finds hundreds of malicious apps in the Play Store

Ad fraud company eZanga has identified hundreds of malicious apps that are current available to download from the Google Play Store.

Hey Google, learn from Microsoft and settle with the EU

The European Union (EU) hit Google this week with a huge fine for violating antitrust law in comparison shopping. Google is also currently under investigation by the EU for illegally tying the Android operating system with Google search,...Show More Summary

Google’s new experiment Triangle lets you block individual apps from using mobile data

Google recently began testing a new tool for helping people better manage the mobile data used by their smartphones. The new Android app, called Triangle, is currently being tested in the Philippines, and lets you do things like view...Show More Summary

A Mid-Tier Project Fi Phone is Coming Later This Year From a Google Partner

One of the few weaknesses that Google’s Project Fi can’t seem to shake is its lack of supported phones. Not only that, but the phones that do currently work with Fi are quite expensive (the Pixel line).  This morning, in response toShow More Summary

Google wants to bring virtual reality to advertising

There aren’t many people currently using virtual reality yet, but that doesn’t mean Google isn’t looking at how to advertise to them. Google debuted a new project Wednesday that’s exploring ways to show online ads in virtual reality. The new project is part of Google’s Area 120 workshop that the company is using for its […]

EU slaps Google with massive fine for “anti-competitive behavior”

Currently doing a search for "good international trade lawyers" The post EU slaps Google with massive fine for “anti-competitive behavior” appeared first on Hot Air.

Open Spotify links in Google Play Music with this handy Chrome extension

As the only TNW staffer currently residing in India, I find myself excluded from the music channel on our company’s Slack, where people share their favorite songs and new discoveries – all because my colleagues in the US and Europe use Spotify and the service isn’t available here yet (I tried a VPN, no dice). Show More Summary

Google DeepMind is giving the NHS free access to its patient monitoring app (GOOG)

The financial terms of Google DeepMind's partnership with the Royal Free London NHS Foundation have been disclosed for the first time. Google's artificial intelligence lab DeepMind is currently allowing the Royal Free to use its patient...Show More Summary

Cover-Based Shooter 'Star Wars: Rivals' Has Soft-Launched, Includes a PvP Arena

It's definitely a good time to be a Star Wars fan and a gamer, isn't it? The latest game to use the famous IP is Star Wars: Rivals, currently in soft launch in Australia and in early access on Google Play. To the surprise of many, Star Wars: Rivals is a cover-based action shooter designed

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