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A couple is being sued for defamation after writing 1-star Google reviews of a roofing company, report says

A couple from Washington left one-star reviews of a roofing company after a receptionist was rude to them, KGW8 reported. The couple said they were contacted by the company's owner who demanded that they take down the reviews. They're now accused of defamation and are being sued for $112,000, according to Newsweek. LoadingSomething is loading. A couple from Vancouver, ...
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Larry Page has gone to Fiji and sold his superyacht

Hello, and welcome to this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter, where we break down the biggest news in tech, including: Did someone forward this newsletter to you? Sign up here.This week: Larry Page escapes to Fiji and burns the boats (metaphorically speaking) Justin Sullivan/Getty ...
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Knol: Google’s double failure to unseat Wikipedia | Digital Trends Spanish

For all its flaws, Wikipedia is by far the largest online repository of knowledge in human history. But there was a time when Google wanted to challenge that hegemony with Knol. If you've never heard of this name, it's because the search giant failed miserably with this initiative (and not once, but twice). Knol could have been lost in time like so many other digital projects that were shipwrecked - even from the company itself, such as Google Plus - if it weren't for the momentum and expectations that the California company itself encrypted when it was released on July 23, 2008. What was Knol Mel almanzaKnol was a project that sought to consolidate articles on all topics, from scientific, medical, geography, history, entertainment, and even guides to repair objects. According to Goo...
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Chrome’s dinosaur game is updated for the JJ. OO. | Digital Trends Spanish

The classic Google Chrome dinosaur game has been dressed in a special way for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. And now, instead of just dodging obstacles such as cacti or birds, these are transformed into elements similar to those of some competing disciplines . But this Olympian version of Chrome's dinosaur must be activated in a special way. And to do this, the first thing to do is enter the game by typing "chrome: // dino" in the browser, as is always the case. It should be noted - the advice is never too much - that this game can only be accessed through the Google Chrome browser, either in its version for mobile phones or desktop. Once inside the game, in the first seconds a torch will appear next to the rest of the obstacles. The important thing is not to avoid the torch, but to l...
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Two of the GOP’s most prominent big tech critics previously sought work with Google:’I dodged a bullet.’

Two of the GOP's fiercest Big Tech critics sought to work with Google in 2019, Politico reports. Mike Davis and Garrett Ventry reportedly offered to mend the firm's relationship with conservatives. Google has faced allegations of anti-conservative bias from a number of GOP lawmakers. LoadingSomething is loading. Two of the GOP's most vocal big...
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Tokyo 2020 Doodle is a tribute to 16-bit games | Digital Trends Spanish

Despite the pandemic, the Tokyo 2020 Olympics will take place this week. To celebrate them, Google presents an interactive Doodle that mixes Japanese culture and sports. Is named Doodle Champion Island Games and allows you to play seven 16-bit minigames related to the events of the Olympics. In addition, the game includes animations and Japanese art by Studio 4 ° C. Previous Next 1 from 6 The Doodle features a ninja cat named Lucky. With this you must travel the island to compete against "The seven champions of sports." That way, you can participate in traditional events, such as athletics, or sports th...
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These are the best alternatives to YouTube that you can find | Digital Trends Spanish

The shortest explanation that can be given to the Google video platform is that it is a repository in which it is possible to find clips on any subject. And although it is the most popular, it is not the only one. There are also other similar services with interesting features. To save you the annoying search, here are the best alternatives to YouTube that you can enjoy right now. You will be interested in: Best alternatives to YouTube If the comparison is allowed, it could be said that Vimeo is the LinkedIn of video platforms, as it is the preferred place for creators - from musicians to filmmakers - and brands to show their ideas and create impact with the public. The content is in high resolution and free of advertising. Users can follow their favorite channels, comment on the...
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Google Maps can now show New Yorkers how busy individual subway cars are so they can avoid crowds of people in the pandemic

Google Maps is trialling a new feature which tells users which transit cars are the busiest. The feature is currently only available in New York and Sydney, Google said in a product update. It comes as Google expands its live crowd prediction feature to more than 100 countries. LoadingSomething is loading. Google Maps can show users in New York...
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Google Maps adapts to the pandemic with this new function | Digital Trends Spanish

With the massive application of COVID-19 vaccines in various parts of the world, it is possible that many people are preparing to return to the life they had before the pandemic, or at least part of it. Thus, several companies have announced their plans for employees to return to the offices, with this it is very likely that we will once again see the dreaded crowds of people on the streets and in public transport. To avoid this, Google Maps has expanded the coverage of a useful tool. It is a function that makes predictions of agglomeration in public transport and is now available in more than 10,000 cities in 100 countries. In this way, this prediction can inform the user if the train line or bus that is waiting has available seats or if it is already full of people. Maps can make pre...
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Biden tapped a prominent Google foe head up the Justice Department’s antitrust division

President Joe Biden has tapped a Google critic to head up the DOJ's antitrust division. Progressive favorite Jonathan Kanter has reportedly represented Microsoft and Yelp in cases against Google. Google is facing a tidal wave of regulatory scrutiny throughout the US and abroad. LoadingSomething is loading. President Joe Biden is set to nomina...