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Most government requests ever for Google data

Google has updated its Transparency Report on government requests for user data with information from the second half of 2015.


Google’s new emoji

The Unicode Emoji Subcommittee has agreed to add 11 new professional emoji, in both male and female options.

Pokemon Go

How to download Pokémon Go in South Africa

Pokémon Go may not be officially available in South Africa, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get it.


How Google fights piracy

Google said it is protecting creativity online, and is doing more to battle copyright-infringing activity.

Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts on Android gets video messaging

Google is rolling out the ability to record and send video messages in Hangouts to its Android platform, 9to5Google reported.

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Google’s Project Fi users will pay R143 per GB in South Africa

Google’s Project Fi subscribers now have access to high-speed data in 135 destinations.

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South African Government’s failure rate: 96%

The South African government has made numerous requests for data from Google, Microsoft, and Facebook, but failed with most of them.

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Google HQ targeted in violent attacks

A man has been charged with arson and linked to a series of attacks on Google’s Mountain View campus.

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Google self-driving cars make it safer for cyclists

Google’s self-driving cars recognise cyclists as unique users of the road, and are taught to drive conservatively around them.

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Google Chrome for virtual reality in development

The latest development and testing branches of Chrome have received features to support virtual reality.

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