Alphabet beats Wall Street estimates; revenue up 21 percent

By David Ingram and Rishika Sadam (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc surpassed expectations for quarterly revenue and earnings on Monday, reporting higher advertising sales across its platforms and trying to move past a record $2.7 billion European Union fine by taking the entire charge at once. On a consolidated basis, revenue rose about 21 percent to […]


A New Google Doodle Celebrates the Life of Swedish Agronomist Eva Ekeblad

Until Eva Ekeblad came along the presence of potatoes in much of Europe was, well, small potatoes. In Sweden the potato was mostly restricted to aristocratic greenhouses and thought of as animal feed. Ekeblad changed all of that. And on Monday, which would have been her 293rd birthday, Google put out a Doodle to commemorate…

EU fines Google a record €2.42bn

It is for allegedly abusing its dominant position to manipulate search engine results for its own benefit. #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia 3Novices

Google Attribution aims to help marketers identify most influential ads

A new tool from Google aims to give digital advertisers deeper insight into the consumer’s shopping journey. #3Novices #News #OnlineMedia 3Novices Europe

Relax – Google Won’t Share Your Browsing History With Employers

Google has denied a flurry of reports suggesting that it will let prospective employers see your browsing history through its new recruitment tool, Google Hire. The story gained traction Monday after a number of news outlets, including the U.K.-based tabloids Daily Mail and The Sun, suggested that the search giant would be at least technically…

Google’s New Toolkit Is Called ‘Protect Your Election’

As worries mount about cyberthreats to democracy, Google on Tuesday announced the launch of a free set of tools to help election websites, human rights groups, and other parties defend their computer systems from attacks. The arrival of the toolkit, known as “Protect Your Election,” comes as France prepares to go to the polls next…

Here’s The Google Cloud News You Can Use

This week at its Google Cloud Next tech event, the Internet search giant rolled out a slew of new cloud services and updates to existing products. Here are a few that Fortune 500 companies might want to check out. New Product Support Google’s new tiered engineering support plan will charge customers on a per-user basis…