Google suffers $ 2.7 billion penalty for breaking EU antitrust laws

Following an investigation by the European Union on Google which had lasted for 7 years, Google has been charged with an exorbitant fine of € 2.42 billion ($ 2.7 billion) for breaking antitrust law. This disciplinary action was taken after an algorithmic search into the company which led to the finding that Google had “abused …

Some five years, Youtube gave internet entrepreneurs a big boost when they rolled wide open their partner program. It was very accommodating as just anyone had the avenue to get some cash, without any restricting protocols, anyone could start raking in his cash. This in a way was well advantageous to YouTube as grew monstrously …

How you can enjoy Google Allo’s latest added ability to share documents and other files

Many of us could have forgotten Google Allo, not too unlikely though. But Google has not forgotten it yet trust me. And periodically,Google turns the executive chair to face Allo and beef it up with some updates. Just of late Google threw in stickers into the features of Allo upping its sophistication. And now Google …

Google Hangouts gives birth to two kids: Meet and Chat

Google is splitting its Hangout messaging platform into two service apps, targeted at business users. This move comes as Google targets business users in a bid to provide alternative apps with which you can repeat the functions of something like Slack. The two services emanating from Google Hangout is Chat , and secondly Meet. The …

At last: You can now buy stuff from another country in Google Store

Previously we have seen that Google is very particular about its laws guiding geographic restrictions, which decided which country’s Google store you could access from your very country. This was really hindering as there were some countries you would not be able to get deliveries from. It is thus relieving seeing that Google Store is …