Google will provide seed funding in Asia's renewable energy that will start off in Taiwan. Through the Center for Resource Solutions, the funds will be used to set up renewable energy certification programs.
Nest sparked outrage this week for disabling its smart home hub. It raises concern about customers right and ownership in the IoT era.
Google has removed a Taliban-developed application from the Play Store. While the aim of the application is likely to be establishing its existence digitally as well as globally, the use of the Pastho language indicated that the application targeted mainly local audience.
The Taliban-developed app was called Alemarah that enables viewing and reading in Pashto. It was deleted from Google’s Play Store within a short time after a report from SITE Intel Group. The app was available in five different languages including Arabic and English.
Unity Technologies, a creator of gaming software, is reportedly in negotiations to raise funds, which could value Unity at $1.5 billion.
Dumont & Blake Investment Advisors LLC reduced its shareholding in Apple by 6% in the final quarter of 2015. Dumont sold 2,164 shares of the company in the fourth quarter and currently owns 34,115 of Apple shares.
France’s data protection authority CNIL fined U.S. tech giant Google for failing to comply with the European top court’s ruling for the “right to be forgotten”. Google has implemented the ruling in Europe, however, the authority demanded that the ruling applied worldwide.
Deutsche Bank expressed its skepticism on the hype created around Apple’s shift to Google’s Cloud Platform from Amazon’s AWS. The bank believes that the move will not have a significant impact and that Apple is just trying to reduce its reliance on just one service.
Even if Huawei already has a foothold in Cuba, Google will still provide internet access and WiFi. This is according to the U.S. president during his historic visit to Cuba. Competition will drive faster and more reliable internet service to the island nation.
Alphabet's Google has landed Apple as a customer for its cloud computing platform. Apple has started to store part of its cloud service in Google cloud platform, while also building its infrastructure.
Google launched new product targeting enterprise marketers on Tuesday. The Google Analytics 360 Suite will go head to head with Adobe and Oracle product in enterprise Internet marketing.
Sources believe that Apple is trying to enhance its security for iCloud amid the legal dispute with the FBI. However, the tech giant will have its challenges to ensure security while retaining users convenience. Reports also said that the company has moved some of its iCloud services to Google servers.
Oracle's third quarter profit declined as strong growth in cloud business was offset by the robust US dollar. Revenues from cloud business increased 40% to $735 million during the third quarter.
Pittsburgh’s culinary sector is growing fast as the city host more and more projects in the past few years. Cheap rent is believed to have drawn a lot of people, especially youth, to pursue their project in the city.
The emergence of blockchain ad network system provided by BitTeaser is changing the online advertising markets. With the blockchain-based system, any webmaster can now join the advertising sector regardless of the website’s traffic.
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