Google launches best products hub

The ‘Best Things for Everything Guide’ enables users to browse and discover products, or choose from one of eight product categories including babies & toddlers; electronics; games, arts & crafts; health & beauty; home & office; outdoors & on the road; pets; and sports & fitness


What will Googles focus on privacy preservation mean for the industry?

Google confirmed that it would not be replacing third-party cookies with other means of tracking users as they browse the web on Chrome


News Corp signs global news partnership with Google

News Corps publications will join the Google News Showcase


TikTok launches app on Google and other Android TVs

The TV app – which has launched for people in the UK, France, and Germany – lets users view content from TikTok’s ‘For You’ and ‘Following’ feeds, as well as the most liked and viewed content on the platform


Google invests $150m in vaccine education, opens up facilities for vaccine efforts

The tech giant’s investment includes an additional $100m in ad grants for the CDC Foundation, the World Health Organization, and other non-profits


Google invests in Indias Glance and Dailyhunt

The tech giant has invested in Glance, which serves news, movies, travel, sports, food, and games content on the lock screens of people’s smartphones, and VerSe Innovation, the parent company of content and news aggregator app Dailyhunt


Google opens up Street View contributions to anyone via AR

The update to the Street View app on Android enables users to use Google’s connected photos tool to record a series of ARCore-captured connected images as they move along the street


Marketers call on launch of Googles Privacy Sandbox to be halted

The Marketers for an Open Web have written to the CMA to ask it to use its powers to put a stop to Google’s plans


Google completes RCS rollout, begins testing end-to-end encryption

Every Android user with the Messages app now has access to RCS messaging through either their carrier or directly from Google


Academics warn that Googles Fitbit acquisition must be stopped

Monash University’s Professor Chongwoo Choe, Director of the Centre of Global Business (CGB), and Associate Professor Zhijun Chen, coordinator for CGB’s Digital Economy Research Network, are leading the fight against the acquisition, alongside a group of the world’s leading economists, after their research raised concerns

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