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Recent articles by Richard:

Samsung unveils Instagram Mode for Galaxy S10 camera

The feature lets you share more easily to Facebook's photo-sharing app. → Read More

Google says it doesn’t want to prevent ad blocking on Chrome

The search giant tries to reassure software developers after a raft of criticism last month. → Read More

Google reportedly scored tax breaks using secret shell companies

The news comes a day after Amazon said it was canceling plans for a New York hub. → Read More

Google to spend $13 billion on US data centers, offices

Most of the expansion will be in the Midwest, South and East Coast -- far from the company's Silicon Valley home. → Read More

Google begins testing AR walking navigation for Maps

The feature will use digital images to help you get where you’re going. → Read More

Google removes government-banned sites from Russian search results, report says

The search giant deleted about 70 percent of the blacklisted sites, according to a local newspaper in Russia. → Read More

Google Home's Assistant could one day know your mood. Take that, Alexa

Google Assistant could soon detect your mood and remember a conversation. Mind blown. → Read More

Nest says it wasn't breached, following reports of infiltrated Nest Cams

It says the security cameras got hacked because users chose already compromised passwords and user names. → Read More

Google Home's Assistant could soon know you better than you do

Google Assistant could soon detect your mood and remember a conversation. Mind blown. → Read More

Google Assistant is getting sci-fi ambitious

In an exclusive interview, a top Google exec discusses what the Assistant could look like in a decade, possible legislation and the future of privacy. → Read More

Google, plagued by data and privacy issues, still rakes it in

Despite scandals, like its spat with Apple or Dragonfly search project, business is good. → Read More

Google’s Live Transcribe and Sound Amplifier aim to help the hard of hearing

The tools are coming to Android phones, but not iPhones. → Read More

Apple unblocks Google's internal apps on iOS devices

The iPhone maker went after Google over privacy, the same way it confronted Facebook this week. → Read More

Apple blocks Google’s internal apps on iOS devices

The iPhone maker dings Google, the same way it did Facebook. → Read More

Google’s Gmail mobile app is getting a new look

The update will match the redesigned web version of Gmail, released in April. → Read More

Internet solves Google I/O 2019 invite. Answer: May 7-9

The search giant's biggest event of the year will apparently take place again at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. → Read More

Facebook is shutting down its Moments photo app on Feb. 25

The social network says not many people were using it. → Read More

Hacked Nest Cam convinces family that US is being attacked by North Korea

Nest says its systems weren’t breached. → Read More

Google workers urge tech giants to drop forced arbitration

It’s the first major protest of the year from tech workers. → Read More

Who won CES 2019: Amazon or Google?

CNET's Amazon and Google reporters debate products, partnerships and presence at the world's largest tech show. → Read More