Google's dominance in the advertising technology supply chain is harming both companies and individuals, the ACCC says in a report published on Tuesday.
Australian consumers and businesses should be more security conscious when using IoT devices, according to a senior executive from digital security products vendor Avast who issued his warning following a recent cyber attack on security camera provider Verkada.
Google has come out of the blocks firing early in the week, with the company's Australia and New Zealand managing director Melanie Silva penning another op-ed for that friend of commercial entities, the Australian Financial Review, trying to again argue the case for the company not to be tied down by a mandatory code that governs payments to news publishers in this country.
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has started developing its own search engine, a report says, with this being the final step in becoming independent of other mobile operating systems.
The Australian Taxation Office plans to use data matching to crack down on Australians trading in cryptocurrencies and not paying the correct amount of tax.
The European Union has almost completed a third inquiry into Google's parent company Alphabet — this time into the company's AdSense advertising business — according to the bloc's competition commissioner, Margrethe Vestager.
The privacy-focused Internet search engine DuckDuckGo has achieved a high of 30 million search queries a day recently, the company behind it says.
Google has temporarily reversed its decision to strip out the "www" and "m." in domains in version 69 of its Chrome browser, after the change attracted an enormous amount of criticism.
Google has been tracking shoppers' purchases through data that it obtains from Mastercard under an agreement with the latter, a report claims.
Search giant Google is set to face a record-breaking fine from the European Union this week over alleged anti-competitive practices concerning its Android mobile operating system.
When Google, the company that slurps up data from every possible device through its applications using every trick in the book to avoid scrutiny, writes about user privacy, you simply cannot help but laugh cynically.
Google is likely to be soon hit with a big fine by the European Union for allegedly abusing its dominant position in the search market, according to a number of reports.
Google's featured snippets on search results, which appear right at the top, often provide shockingly incorrect information, leading one academic to characterise them as being worse than fake news.
Google's offices in Madrid have been raided by authorities as part of an ongoing tax probe, according to media reports.
Google knows that when you've got a wildly popular doodle on your hands, if you hold on for one more day, and let the users play, things will go your way.
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