After a $9 billion fine from the EU, the internet giant is under fire again for allegations it implemented a left-wing political agenda.
A Hebrew language search for Haman the Agagi on Google produces an unexpected yet appropriate result: an image of Ahmad Ahminajad, the former president of Iran notorious for his extreme hatred of Israel. Though this may be unintentional, the glitch serves to emphasize that Biblical difficulties often return under a different guise, and the ancient solution may still be appropriate.
Google’s Campus TLV in Tel Aviv hopes to inspire more women entrepreneurs with its new Campus for Moms program. Having run two successful courses already, other Google campuses worldwide are looking to follow suit. The Google Campus “is a hub for entrepreneurs and developers located in the heart of the startup nation.” It is a… Read more »
Following a visit by Indian last month by IT Minister Kapil Sibal the Press Trust of India reports that the two countries, who are looking to strengthen economic and social ties in general, have agreed to a joint-venture to develop fifth generation, better known as 5G, telecommunication technologies. The versions of technology 2G, 3G and… Read more »