20 years of Googling: how the internet giant shapes our lives. Garbage collection 4.0.: how an engineer hopes to solve India's garbage crisis. And an app to save lives: how to get first-responders to the scene faster.
As Google looks at developing a search engine censored by Beijing, China's online authoritarianism combined with its development as a global hub for artificial intelligence innovation presents an ethical dilemma.
Google is arguably one of the greatest inventions of mankind touching almost every aspect of our lives. As the internet giant turns 20, DW asks people from different walks of life how Google has changed their lives.
Google's popular operating system Android comes with a lot of problems. A possible successor named Fuchsia is already in the works, but Google is shrouding the project in secrecy.
The EU hits Google with a massive fine for freezing out rivals of its Android mobile phone system. The ruling could further enflame tensions between Brussels and Washington, which are already at a low point.
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