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Search engine giants Google and Bing have signed up to a new voluntary code which is designed to prevent people from visiting illegal content providers.

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Chrome Dev app is offering a control over recommended sites and articles which put a little bit of control into the hands of the users.

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Google has decided to stop showing advertising from the payday loan industry, saying that it is banning ads for payday loans and similar high-interest rate financial products starting July 13.

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The creators of Siri, the sometimes-smart AI assistant running on Apple iPhones since 2011, have another AI up their sleeve. They're going to introduce their next generation AI, "Viv," to the world next Monday.

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If you're wondering what Google's new set of offices will look like, an early set of mockups has been released to show its possible appearance once constructed. The images feature a quirky and unique design.

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Silicon Valley has a diversity problem. It also has a lot of money. Some of that money is now going to Washington, D.C.

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Brazil's planned underwater cable, linking directly to Europe's Internet, will likely bring lots of technical and economic advantages to the country and the rest of Latin America in general.

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There's an emerging real estate market and tech boom in the region with two big investors funding the ventures.

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The federal government just handed Google a huge win for ambitions to expand the reach of its autonomous vehicles. The U.S. government's traffic safety regulator has said it will consider Google's self-driving car a "driver" under federal law.

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Apple briefly lost the title of world's most valuable company this week, as Alphabet (Google's parent company) overtook the Cupertino tech giant on a stock bounce the day after it released its quarterly earnings report late Monday.

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Forget "loony" weather balloons; Google is now testing the prospect of delivering high-speed gigabit Internet via solar-powered drones, if a recent report is accurate.

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Yahoo is downsizing its regional operations, especially in Latin America, closing offices in Mexico and Argentina.

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Google will start delivering consumer goods via drones in the next one to three years, as long as the government approves the use of commercial drones.

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Based on driving histories, Google Maps can accurately predict the next stop.

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Google announced the dates and venue for the company's annual developer conference, Google I/O. Here are some of the projects Google could provide updates on this year.

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Google says humans still need to be present.

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