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Google Parent Alphabet Made a Whopping $61.9 Billion Last Quarter

Like it did last quarter, Alphabet's net income rose significantly, from about $7 billion in Q2 2020 to $18.5 billion in the same period this year.

France Fines Google 500 Mln Euros over Copyright Row

France's antitrust watchdog slapped a 500 million euro ($593 million) fine on Alphabet's Google on Tuesday. Know more.

Google Shares Transition Plans for Unified Desktop File Syncing Drive App

Google announced its plans to transition users of its consumer file syncing desktop service, Backup and Sync. Know more.

Google Calendar Adds RSVP Options for Attending Events Virtually

To accommodate hybrid workplaces, Google plans to expand RSVP options to let users say whether they’ll attend an event virtually in Google Calendar invites.

Google Meet Gets Fun Filters and Masks on iOS and Android

Google has rolled out an update for the Meet video calling app that could make personal calls more enjoyable. The Meet app for now has filters and masks.

Google Removes Popular Android Apps That Stole Facebook Passwords

Google banned all the app developers from the store, although that might not be much of a deterrent when the perpetrators can create new developer accounts.

White House Order Pushes Antitrust Enforcement Throughout U.S. Economy

The order goes after corporate monopolies across a broad swath of industries ranging from banking to airlines, one of the sources said.

Big Tech Wants Drivers’ Eyes on Screens Instead of on the Road

They want to defend valuable turf in self-driving market projected to top US$2 trillion by 2030.

Commentary: One of Big Tech’s Biggest Critics Is Now Its Regulator. This Has Implications for Users Globally

The Biden administration's choice to lead a federal agency could bring changes for users of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google, says NTU’s Mark Cenite.

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