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Google rolls out new tool to help Android users create perfect home screen

Google rolls out new tool to help Android users create perfect home screen

Tech giant Google has confirmed that it is rolling out a new tool to help Android users in one aspect of the popular mobile operating system’s customization.

A broad range of customization options, a feature that rival tech giant Apple isn’t offering to iOS users, is one of the key advantages of the Android mobile OS. But, it also creates a problem for those who simply can’t make up their mind on what they want their mobile devises to look like.

Google Fiber hits pause button and planning to reduce staff count by 9 percent

Google Fiber hits pause button and planning to reduce staff count by 9 percent

Google Fiber has announced that it won’t expand in other cities for the moment as the company aims to push forward in wireless segment. Alphabet currently operates its fiber internet division under brand name Access. Access CEO Craig Barratt informed that he will be staying only in advisory role and also hinted that the company plans to lay-off some of its employees.

Google signs multi-year deal with CBS for its ‘Unplugged’ web TV service

Google signs multi-year deal with CBS for its ‘Unplugged’ web TV service

According to a development first reported by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), Google has signed a multi-year deal with CBS Corp. The deal paves the way for Google to carry the broadcast network on the web TV service it plans to launch soon.

Google officially confirms that Pixel and Pixel XL will be sold by Verizon in US

Google officially confirms that Pixel and Pixel XL will be sold by Verizon in US

After having officially unveiled its much-anticipated new Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones at an October 4 product launch event, Google has now confirmed that the handsets will be sold by bigwig wireless carrier Verizon in the US.

Google could face European Union fine over Android Competitive Practices

Google could face European Union fine over Android Competitive Practices

Google could face fine from European Union as the authorities in Europe plan to order Alphabet to stop offering financial incentives to hardware companies to preinstall Google Search on devices. The investigation is ongoing and EU authorities could slap Google with a massive fine for competitive practices on its Android mobile operating system. Android is the most installed operating system for smartphones and Google currently pushes many of its apps as default on new handsets.

Google’s self-driving car badly damaged in crash with commercial van

Google’s self-driving car badly damaged in crash with commercial van

One of the worst accidents to date for Google’s driverless cars took place when a commercial van ran a red light badly hit one of Google’s autonomous Lexus SUVs, as it was crossing a Mountain View intersection.

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