Gamescom: Cloud gaming turns industry inside out
Cloud gaming is one trend in the spotlight of this year's Gamescom, the world's top games trade show. Google's new platform, Stadia, could completely change the industry. Here's what cloud gaming is all about.
Google is making its products more helpful to more people
Juliet Ehimuan, the Country Director for Google Nigeria, breaks it all down and provides more insight on how Google is providing opportunities for Nigerians.
Over One Billion are now using Google photos
The photo-sharing service was launched in May 2015. Less than half a year after its debut, over 100 million were using Photos. The storage service then passed 500 million in 2017. Photos is now the ninth service from Google to reach the one billion plateau. Other products include Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps.
Tech giants face crackdown in Australia
Tech giants are in the firing line in Australia as the Morrison government is now calling for a new regulatory framework. The nation’s competition watchdog has already raised concerns about the power of companies, including Google and Facebook.
US to open antitrust review of big tech firms
Technology giants such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple are now the subject of a US federal antitrust investigation. The Justice Department is looking into whether large tech companies have harmed their users.
Google to end integration between Google Drive and Google photos
Google to end Integration Between Google Drive and Google Photos due to negative feedback from customers,the tech giant is officially putting an endto its automatic syncing service.
Former Google staffer says Silicon Valley needs to start having a conscience
Former Google staffer says Silicon Valley needs to start having a conscience.
Londoners react to Google cutting ties with Huawei
Londoners react to the announcement that US internet giant Google, whose Android mobile operating system powers most of the world's smartphones, said it was beginning to cut ties with China's Huawei.
US-China trade war: Huawei's loss is Samsung's gain
Google is suspending some services for Huawei smartphones after the Chinese company was placed on a US trade blacklist. The move effectively bars Huawei from making phones and tablets for sale outside China.