Facebook, Twitter, YouTube to share terrorist content database

Internet giants Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft and YouTube plan to develop a shared database of deleted content deemed to promote terrorism.

Google rejects EU anti-competition charges over Android system

Google has rejected EU allegations that its Android operating system for smartphones and tablets violates the bloc's anti-trust rules, arguing that its approach encouraged competition.

Google takes on Apple with launch of new smartphones

Google officially launched its own smartphone on Tuesday in San Francisco, re-starting its challenge to Apple's iPhone.

Twitter shares surge on takeover rumour

Twitter's share price jumped as much as 20 per cent Friday on media reports that Google and software company Salesforce were eyeing a takeover of the struggling social network.

Internet giants' tax records under scrutiny in Indonesia

Indonesia is examining the tax records of US internet giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter, an official said Tuesday, according to media reports.

Google given until October to respond to EU concerns about Android

US internet giant Google has been granted extra time to respond to EU suspicions that it hampered competition with business practices related to its Android operating system for smartphones and...

Top search engines to block sex-determination ads in India

Top search engines Google, Microsoft and Yahoo will block advertisements related to prenatal sex determination services following an order by India's Supreme Court, a news report said Monday.

Indonesia seeks to block gay dating apps

Indonesia is seeking to block gay-friendly mobile applications, an official said Friday, adding to a series of measures targeting sexual and gender minorities in the country.

Google boss warns Brexit hard for companies as tech rules diverge

Google chief executive Sundar Pichai warned that Britain's decision to leave the European Union may bring difficulties for internet companies as digital regulation diverges.

EU extends Google competition probe to include search ad service

Google seems to have violated EU competition rules with restrictive terms for websites using its search advertisement service, the European Commission said Thursday, ratcheting up proceedings...

The EU's investigations into Google

The European Union has been probing Google for several years amid concerns that the US internet giant may be illegally hampering competition.

EU: Google's search advertising service violates competition rules

Google seems to have violated EU competition rules with restrictive terms for third-party websites using its search advertisements, the European Commission says.

Report: Google surpasses Apple as the world's most valuable brand

Google has overtaken Apple to take the top spot as the world's most valuable brand, according to an annual report released Wednesday.

Google reveals it has developed its own artificial intelligence chips

Google is developing its own artificial intelligence chips designed specifically to be used for machine learning, the company announced Thursday on the sidelines of the Google I/O conference.

EU accuses Google of hampering competition with Android practices

Google appears to have violated EU competition rules with business practices related to its Android operating system for smartphones and tablets, the European Commission said Wednesday following a...