EFF claims Chromebooks continue to spy on kids
Published in News


What a surprise - a Google product spying on people.

Human rights group, the  Electronic Freedom Foundation has complained that Google is continuing to use its Chromebooks to spy on customers.

Apple in space move
Published in News
24 April 2017

Apple in space move


Probably another tax dodge

The fruity cargo-cult Apple is desperately looking around for something to replace its dying iPhone cash-cow and has hired two Google satellite executives.

Google confirms death of Octane
Published in News


No longer useful because developers cheat


Google has killed off its widely-used Octane JavaScript benchmark saying that it's no longer a useful way for browser developers to determine how best to optimise their JavaScript engines.

Nvidia claims it can beat Google’s tensor processing unit
Published in Graphics


It compared it against the wrong Nvidia card


Google’s internal benchmarks of its own TPU, or tensor processing unit, indicated that its purpose built AI board cleaned Nvidia’s clock when it came to number crunching and power consumption.

Google acussed of "extreme sexual discrimination"
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Does evil to its own staff


The US Department of Labour says that Google has systemically failed to pay women as well as men.

Google offers Android cross licencing
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No-one knows why and evil plan expected 

Google is offering up PAX a royalty-free, community-patent cross-license for its Android product, but no one is really sure why.

Google’s AI chips takes normal chips to the cleaners
Published in Processors


At least for voice recognition


Google’s attempts to solve its voice recognition problems might have resulted in an AI chip which cleans the clocks of the big chip makers.

Samsung Galaxy S8 doesn’t Daydream
Published in Graphics


But it GearVRs just fine

Google made a lot of noise about its Daydream platform and a few of our colleagues have reported that you cannot install a Daydream app on a Galaxy S8 phone. 

Google Home hoovers up 12 more smart home vendors
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Now works with sprinklers, locks, A/C, professional smart home systems

Google said  it is beginning to fulfill more potential in its voice-activated speaker and smart home platform - that's Google Home. This week, people will be able to control devices from 12 companies, marking the platform’s largest update since its launch in November.

Google announces real-time location sharing on Google Maps
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Available for Android and iOS in coming weeks


Google has decided that it will bring real-time location to Google Maps for Android users, iPhone users, mobile web and desktop users, letting anyone with a shared link to know where you are while you're traveling.