Around five billion pizzas are consumed worldwide every year, with around 350 slices eaten per second in the U.S. alone, according to Google.
Earlier this month, YouTube removed the public dislike count from all of its videos. Now, a web browser extension can be installed that lets you restore this functionality.
The computer scientist's groundbreaking work has formed the basis of several modern technologies from facial recognition and subway systems to stock trading.
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"I do not believe Google should be privy to the health and medical history of Googlers and the vaccination status is no exception," the manifesto states.
The results show that "Bieber Fever" is still on the minds of many people across the U.S.
Murdoch's company Fox News has been criticized for pushing conservative and right-wing viewpoints.
Thanks to data miners, numerous leaks and a Pringles promotion, fans are convinced that the "Halo Infinite" multiplayer mode could be launching early.
This precedent could soon result in Google losing its two other antitrust appeals and pave the way for further decisions against Amazon, Apple and Facebook.
A single data center can use millions of gallons of water per day in order to keep hot-running equipment cool.
Pet Portraits is available to use on dogs, cats, fish, birds, reptiles, horses and rabbits.
The British-American physicist, born in Shanghai on November 4, 1933, was known for laying the foundation for high-speed data communication.
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The Mexican festival of Day of the Dead has been celebrated by Google as thousands gather to remember those they have lost.
Zuni Pueblo artist Mallery Quetawki said she was "honored" to draw someone who is such a strong representation of her people.
Social media companies that do not comply with the new guidelines could face fines of 10 million Australian dollars, comparable to $7.5 million.
The artist and writer's gender-challenging works were forgotten after the Second World War before being rediscovered in the 1990s.
"Big Tech companies are eagerly expanding their empires to gain greater control and insight into our spending habits," CFPB Director Rohit Chopra said.
The plaintiffs also argued that Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which allows tech companies to moderate content, was "bonkers."
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"As Big Tech has grown and evolved over the years, our laws have not changed to keep up and ensure these companies are competing fairly," Senator Grassley said.
The prolific actress known for her Shakespearean roles was a theater star in America for nearly 30 years.
Big Tech is attempting to divert attention away from their own monopolistic practices.
America's technology sector produces the world's most innovative and successful companies.
"Now the Biden administration's government is asking Google to tell them whoever searches certain phrases," said the House Minority Leader.
Google and YouTube announced a new policy that will prevent users from making money off content that claims climate change isn't real.
A new search engine tool helps travelers find flights based off the lowest carbon emissions as part of a new sustainability initiative from Google.