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Google's Waymo autonomous tech lawsuit against Uber and specifically against Anthony Levandowski, a former Waymo employee who left the company to start autonomous truck driving firm Otto, which Uber purchased for nearly $700 million, looks really bad for Uber.
(March 17, 2017)
Silicon Valley took the lead over the weekend in corporate resistance to President Donald Trump's clampdown on immigration, financing legal opposition, criticizing the plan, as well as helping employees ensnared by his executive order.
(January 30, 2017)
Google partnered with Global Transit, China Telecom Global, Singtel, China Mobile International, and KDDI to make the highest capacity underwater fiber optic cable ever built, capable of delivering 60 Terabits per second of bandwidth across the Pacific.
(June 30, 2016)
Alphabet Inc easily beat Wall Street's quarterly profit forecasts, helped by strong mobile advertising sales, sending the shares of Google's parent higher in after-hours trading to surpass Apple Inc as the most valuable U.S. company.
(February 02, 2016)
Google will soon be one step closer to bringing its autonomous car technology to the consumer market, as a report yesterday claims the company is teaming up with Ford on a project that could lead to automated ride sharing services.
(December 22, 2015)
In an effort to gain momentum before the Paris climate talks this December, the Obama Administration has rallied some of the largest companies in the nation to commit billions of dollars to slash their environmental footprints to help combat climate change.
(July 27, 2015)
The millennial generation is much less loyal to legacy brands than generations past, and data shows consumers are hungrier for better, faster and more transparent shipping and delivery services, and they don’t much care who provides it.
(June 23, 2015)
Software providers say retail customers are reluctant to give business to Google rival Amazon Web Services.
(June 11, 2015)
Watch how SAP and Google are pairing enterprise applications with consumer-friendly tools to bring “big data” to life. With location-based intelligence capabilities from SAP, people will be able to interact with real-time information via Google Maps and Google Earth to analyze their businesses in a geospatial context to better understand the “where” of their information. (March 12, 2013)
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