Android: EU slaps Google With $5 billion fine

On Wednesday, the European Union imposed a fine of $5billion on Google, this time in the antitrust file Android, a decision that may further deteriorate its relations with the United States and... Read more »

Facebook is redoubling its efforts in artificial intelligence

Facebook announced on Tuesday the expansion of its artificial intelligence research labs, including the one in Montreal, and the creation of a robotics laboratory in Pittsburgh. “Artificial intelligence has become so central... Read more »

Apple unveils new emojis

On this World Emoji Day, the American multinational has put on line a series of new emojis representing women and men of all ages and different physical aspects. Bald, with gray hair... Read more »

Intelligent anti-smartphone radars on the roads in England

England is taking great steps to fight cell phones while driving. Radars to detect motorists who use their phone while driving have appeared on the roadside. One-quarter of English drivers handle their... Read more »

Microsoft calls for facial recognition laws

There is an urgent need to legislate facial recognition technologies to avoid giving life to the dystopian scenarios of 1984 or Minority Report. This is essentially the message Friday presented onFriday by... Read more »

Google announces widespread deployment of Speed ​​Update: slower sites will be penalized

At the beginning of the year, Google presented an update of its algorithm (Speed ​​Update). Objective: penalize the slowest sites on mobile. Google then announced that the widespread deployment of this update... Read more »

Image Copyright Judgement Could Pave They Way For More Litigation

The use of images on the Internet is highly regulated. You must respect certain rights that we have summarized here . Obviously, you can not walk on Google Images, upload your favorite... Read more »