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Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft reaped almost $1bn a week in profits in latest quarterly announcements. At $56.8bn, the total was almost double the year before and 30 per cent more than investors had predicted.

Microsoft and Google are set to hang up their gloves as they call quits to a six-year legal truce. The software and internet search giants reached the pact in 2015 to end a running battle that had been fought out in courtrooms and in front of regulators around the world.

The CEOs of the biggest tech companies – Jeff Bezos for Amazon, Tim Cook for Apple, Sundar Pichai for Google and Mark Zuckerberg for Facebook – testified before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday 29th July 2020.

Google will change their settings to delete some personal data it collects about individuals automatically.   These changes will only apply to new accounts. However, existing users will be able to adjust their settings. This is because the company wanted express permission to delete collected data.   Such changes include:  Wiping web and app activity, including location data, after […]

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Bug affected users of Google Takeout exporting from Google Photos in late NovemberGoogle…

Not so long ago we searched Google. Now we seem quite happy to…

Not so long ago we searched Google. Now we seem quite happy to…

AWS and Azure have dominated the cloud computing market for years but are now facing a challenge from Google.