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Google is the most recognizable search engine and a company that focuses on products and services related to the Internet. Founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the company now headquarters in California. Google says that its mission is “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful." Sounds like a plan, right?

Google Commits to Destroying Illegally Collected Incognito Browsing Data

Under the terms of the proposed settlement, which still requires approval from a California federal judge, Google will destroy or de-identify billions of records of web browsing data collected under the guise of private browsing.

Google Unveils Its Vids AI-Powered Video Creation Tool for Workspace

Currently in closed beta testing, Vids is scheduled for a broader rollout to more users in June through Google Labs, and will eventually be available for customers with Gemini for Workspace subscriptions.

This Year's Google I/O Is Scheduled for May 14

This year's event promises to captivate audiences with a significant focus on artificial intelligence (AI), alongside the potential unveiling of the Pixel 8A smartphone.

Reddit Strikes a $60 Million AI Training Deal with Google Amidst IPO Preparations

The agreement, worth approximately $60 million annually, will allow Google to use Reddit's vast content repository for training its AI models, marking a significant partnership between the companies.

Chrome Gets a New Experimental AI Feature That Helps You Write

This experimental feature, dubbed "Help me write," leverages cutting-edge AI models to analyze web content and offer contextually relevant suggestions for improving your writing.

Google Introduces Gemma, a Lightweight Open AI Model

Unlike its larger counterpart Gemini, Gemma comes in two smaller variants: Gemma 2B and Gemma 7B. These models offer greater accessibility and flexibility, allowing them to be easily deployed on laptops.

Google Discontinues Its Cached Web Pages Feature

This change, confirmed by Google's search liaison Danny Sullivan, marks the end of an era where users could view pages as Google sees them, useful for various purposes like debugging sites or accessing content from blocked sites.

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