According to Google, you do not have the right to be forgotten

Google is fighting back against France's CNIL, insisting that the European Court of Justice's 2014 decision supporting citizens' "right to be forgotten" does not apply to the rest of the world.


Mobcrush aims to be Twitch for mobile, hires Apple, Google, and Xbox leads to do it

Startup Mobcrush, now in open beta, is bringing Twitch-style live game streaming to mobile phones and tablets. The beta is currently only open to people with iOS devices and Mac computers, but Windows and Android betas will follow.


Google’s Android for Work program nabs all four U.S. carriers, 40 new businesses

Google's Android for Work program continues to sign on names. All four major U.S. carriers, 40 new businesses, and a growing list of device makers have joined the fray, the company announced.


Google Maps update could help you avoid a long wait for coffee in the morning

Think waiting in line is unbearable? Google Maps agrees and it's helping you avoid the lines with a recent update that shows expected wait times at restaurants and coffee shops. Just don't tell your boss or you won't have an excuse for being late.


Leaked LG Nexus 5 2015 case may hint at multiple camera lenses

Rumors are starting to spread about Google's next Nexus phone, and there could be two out in 2015, with one being made by Huawei and the other by LG. Here's what we think we know so far.


Thanks to Project Loon, Sri Lanka will soon have universal Internet access

Project Loon is Google's ambitious plan to provide cheap Internet access to underdeveloped parts of the world via a fleet of high altitude balloons. After years of testing and refining the technology, the company is finally ready to deploy it for real.

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Google Translate is gaining instantaneous translation support for 20 more languages

Google Translate is gaining an update that'll add 20 more languages to its instantaneous translation feature. It'll make for a total of 27, a big jump from the feature's debut total of 7.


Google+ cuts its ties with YouTube, but don’t delete your account yet

Google announced that it will separate Google+ from YouTube, so users can upload videos and comment without the need for a Google+ account. However, if you have a YouTube channel, it would be a huge mistake to delete your Google+ account right now.

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Apple, Google, and other tech companies lead the way in fighting climate change

Tech giants Google, Microsoft, and Apple have joined the White House to launch and sign the American Business Act on Climate Pledge, along with 10 other behemoths of business, including Coca-Cola, General Motors, and Walmart.

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10 tech stories you missed this week: Jeep hacking recall, iTunes sale, and more

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why, we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you.


MPAA emails expose anti-Google attack plan using Today Show, Wall Street Journal

Detailing an unnerving plot to manipulate major media outlets on a national scale, recently filed court documents shed light on MPAA's plan to negatively smear Google using outlets like the Today Show and WSJ.


Google celebrates Chromecast’s 2nd birthday with free movie rentals

A free movie rental from Google Play is one of the promotional offers you can pick up as Google celebrates another birthday for its dinky streaming dongle — here's how you can claim yours.

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Google joins NASA and others to work on drone traffic control system

Google has joined NASA, Amazon, Verizon, and others to help develop an air traffic control system for low-altitude drones as businesses keen to use the flying machines await the FAA's decision on new rules for the commercial use of the flying machines.

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Google program takes aim at patent trolls: DT Daily

Today on DT Daily: Google partners up with several other companies to protect tech startups from patent trolls, new movie 'Pixels' feeds your '80s video game vibe.

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Soon Google Voice might actually do a decent job of transcribing voicemail

If you're a Google Voice user, you've probably seen your share of voicemail transcriptions that make it look like the person who left the message is losing their mind. That's about to change, or at least get a little better.