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Google has apologized after tens of thousands of users signed a petition complaining that the company's translator software was spitting out offensive and inappropriate terms to describe gay people.
The Environmental Protection Agency has released its most recent rankings for green energy consumption within the United States. Intel and Microsoft claim top spots.
Google has issued a statement about its recent decision to not provide security updates for the WebView vulnerability in pre-KitKat versions of Android, and has urged developers to use workarounds.
According to a new report, Google is allegedly working on "Project Nova" which is believed to be its own wireless service in order to bring about a change in traditional carrier plans.
The European Union has another proposal with regards to its ongoing disputes with Google and the reformation of the digital single market: tax search companies for use of links or copyrighted content.
Elon Musk is readying the launch of 700 satellites. The purpose hasn't been confirmed first-hand, but it's assumed that this $10 billion project will bring global internet access.
From tardy updates and Micromax crapware, to cutting-edge flagships, wireless keyloggers, Steamtastrophes, and another Xbox price cut, we look back at highlights from this week's top tech news.
Details of another Windows vulnerability have been published by Google before Microsoft was able to release a patch, which can now be more widely exploited by anyone as a result of its disclosure.
Sales of Google's pricey eyewear have been suspended for an indeterminate amount of time, the company says, following poor sales figures and reviews - but future versions will still be developed.
HTC has begun rolling out Android 5.0 to the One M8, with the M7 to follow soon - but what about its other handsets? A leak has reportedly revealed HTC's Lollipop update plans for much of its range.
Google has long been working on its modular phone project dubbed Project Ara. Today, at the Project Ara Module Developers Conference, Google has unveiled the second iteration of the device.
Google has released an update to its "Google Translate" application that brings forth both new and improved features for easier conversion with various languages.
Four tech giants once again try to resolve a class-action lawsuit by tech workers over employee mobility and compensation, after last year's rejected settlement of $324M.
HTC has begun rolling out the Lollipop update to Developer and Unlocked versions of its One M8 flagship, but says that the update is still "going through the certification process" for the One M7.
Samsung has started rolling out Lollipop to its Galaxy S5 in the UK, but it appears that the firmware is based on the original Android 5.0 release - not the newer 5.0.x builds released since.
Last month, Google released details of a Windows flaw after being asked by Microsoft to wait two days for Patch Tuesday. A new report says Google won't patch a flaw affecting nearly 1 billion users.
Microsoft has slammed Google for publishing a security vulnerability in Windows 8.1, saying it was just days out from a fix and the disclosure was a "gotcha", instead of protecting customers.
Following a similar release from Microsoft named Skype Translator, Google is reportedly preparing the release of its own real-time voice translation and transcription service.
Are self-driving cars a hazard to the public? Apparently a large sector of the British public believes so, a survey states. The results also reveal some interesting stats regarding the topic.
HTC has previously confirmed that it would deliver the Android 5.0 update for its One M8 flagship and its M7 predecessor by February 2 - and it seems that the update may begin rolling out even sooner.
Almost three months after being announced by Google, the Android 5.0 update has still only reached 0.1% of devices - but the number of devices running Android 4.4 KitKat has increased considerably.
GitHub projects have been targeted in a copyright takedown notice by the porn company, Wicked Pictures, in its attempt to remove 6,576 links to illegal copies of its movies from Google.
Sony has announced eleven new Bravia 4K TVs running Android TV, including the stunning X9000C series, which are just 4.9mm thick at their thinnest point, and available in sizes up to 75-inches.
After saying that its Lollipop rollout would start in early 2015, Sony has now confirmed that it will begin pushing Android 5.0 to its range-topping Xperia Z3 devices sometime next month.
Google's video streaming service has promised it will roll-out support for 360-degree video in the following weeks. Now users will be able to immerse themselves fully in whatever they're watching.
Google has just announced Google Cast for audio which allows a user to cast audio in exactly the same way the Chromecast does video, all from your phone, tablet, or browser.
Nest is determined to take over the smart home market, pushing for more compatibility with other devices such as Philips Hue lightbulbs, Augustus smart locks, and Withings Aura sleep system.
Dell's striking Venue 8 7840 tablet is now on sale for $399, and includes an 8.4-inch Quad HD OLED, a 6.1mm-thick body, 8MP camera, 2.3GHz Intel Atom processor, 2GB RAM... oh, and Android 4.4 KitKat.
From Windows 10 and modular smartphones, to HTC's new flagship, what's next from OnePlus, premium wearables, epic games and more, we look at some of the cool stuff that's on the way in the year ahead.
Twitter is rolling out new features left and right and it looks like the company has big plans for its video service even going as far as building a direct competitor to Google's YouTube.
A researcher from Google has published a security vulnerability in Windows 8.1 that is said to allow for elevated privileges, and now how to execute the flaw has been made public.
Google's analytics have revealed that the Gmail service is once again becoming accessible, albeit slowly, in China after being blocked for more than three days due to unknown reasons.
Android developers have acknowledged an issue with the latest 5.0.1 Lollipop update which is causing the operating system to consume a lot of RAM and resulting in slow execution of apps.
Sony has revealed that the controversial movie, 'The Interview', made $15 million through YouTube, Google Play, Xbox Video and its own website, and now it's available through Apple's iTunes.
Traffic to Gmail, Google's email service, has dropped off nearly entirely across the entire nation of China, with research firms and Chinese citizens reporting an IP-level block on the service.
From Android 5.0 and Windows 10, to the Apple Watch, Microsoft Band, OnePlus One, Google antitrust allegations and the console wars, we look back at highlights from the year's top tech news on Neowin.
If you've been waiting to buy the Nexus 6 in the U.S., now's your chance to do so. Motorola is now offering it in all sizes and colors via their website, but not for long.
The giant US internet companies Google, Facebook and Twitter are currently at odds with the Kremlin over censorship requests made by the government and ignored by the giant social networks.
After a tip-off by the Google, the FBI has managed to locate and arrest a Colorado man with the screen-name "Vets Hunting Cops" for posting an online threat about killing police officers on YouTube.
Later today, the movie 'The Interview' will stream online via YouTube, Google Play, Xbox Video and its own website, after Sony made last minute deals.
The two tech giants are just some of the big names fighting against an initiative by hotel companies, which are lobbying the FCC to be allowed to block their guests' personal WiFi hotspots.
The prototypes are now complete as Google shows the world the first completed self-driving car on Google+. The vehicle is expected to start cruising the streets of California early next year.
Mississippi Attorney General has called for a timeout after Google filed a lawsuit against him and accused him of doing MPAA's dirty work.
Despite less than 1% of Android devices having the 5.0 Lollipop update, a report claims that Android 5.1 is on the way, and includes a changelog of improvements that it says the update will bring.
Google said it is deeply concerned about MPAA's plans to force DNS providers and ISPs to filter out websites like The Pirate Bay using existing laws.
With Google News now shut down in Spain, publishers in the country are experiencing a sharp decline in their sites' external traffic. However, the internal traffic has surprisingly increased.
With the show ending tonight , many fans might want to check out The Colbert Report studio and luckily there's now a digital version available thanks to the folks at Google Maps.
Google has taken new steps to improving the privacy of its email client, Gmail. A new security concept has been used on the client that prevents possible malicious add-ons from snooping on your email.
Google has released an in-depth list of its top search trends for 2014, including a country-by-country breakdown. Terms topping the global list include 'iPhone 6,' 'Ebola,' and even 'Flappy Bird.'