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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?
This week’s stories feature Ross Hall from Auckland, who designs custom-made colorful coffins in the form of Lego or chocolate, and a new feature of Google Earth that shows how the world has changed from 1984 to 2020.
The documents that Google censored included an op-ed the doctor wrote as well as a letter he sent to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo concerning the pandemic. The documents discussed Dr. Zelenko’s idea of ways to prevent COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Oracle filed a lawsuit back in 2010. The company accused Google of infringing its copyright by using the Java programming language in the Android operating system. The lawsuit was filed shortly after Oracle acquired Java developer Sun Microsystems.
YouTube has no plans to remove the dislike counter for everyone yet. Right now, the platform is only collecting user feedback on the experiment, which will help the service analyze if such an update is needed in the future.
Google has been able to hide almost all details about its new brainchild and control leaks for more than 4.5 years. As a result, there is only a minimum of information about it on the web. For example, Google developed a graphical interface for it back in 2017.
Google plans to reduce the Google Play service fee for all app developers from 30% to 15% starting July 2021. However, as noted, the reduced rate will apply only to the first $1 million in revenue per year.