By George Avalos | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group September 17, 2018 at 2:00 pm SAN JOSE — San Jose officials intend to orchestrate multiple property deals that the city hopes will bring more tech companies to north San Jose, create a more enjoyable experience at Avaya Stadium, and pave a smoother path for development of a Google transit village … [Read more...] about San Jose wheels and deals for tech growth, Google village
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Saleha Mohsin Bloomberg News May 22, 2018 WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin urged the Justice Department to review the power that large technology firms such as Google have over the American economy, the latest US official to back … [Read more...] about Mnuchin urges antitrust probe of tech after Google report
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Technology Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by Bits ByKevin Roose May 11, 2018 Each week, Kevin Roose, technology columnist at The New York Times, discusses developments in the tech industry , offering analysis and maybe a joke or two. Want this … [Read more...] about Kevin’s Week in Tech: Are Google’s A.I.-Powered Phone Calls Cool, Creepy, or Both?
The good news is that the next version of Google's Android smartphone software, Android P, has a feature to shrink your photos to half the size of an ordinary JPEG. The bad news is there's no guarantee that every phone will actually be able to use it. That's because of hardware and patent licensing limits on the technology used, called High Efficiency Image Format (HEIF). To … [Read more...] about Good news: Google’s Android P can halve photo sizes. Bad news: Not on lower-end phones
It’s been a rocky 2017 for the tech sector. Business boomed across the board, making tech giants richer and more powerful than ever, as their products became even more indispensable to our daily lives. Like any addiction though, our dependence on tech has a dark side, and in 2017, the dark side was more visible than ever. Google had it easier than Facebook, Uber, Twitter … [Read more...] about Google in 2018: Trying to do everything