Tag Archives: Google

President Trump spells his name WRONG while referring to himself in third person while blasting google

Donald Trump has been left red-faced in his latest Twitter gaffe after spelling his own name wrong during a rant against Google.

The President also wrote “losses” rather than “loses” in his latest social media outburst, aimed at CEO Sundar Pichai.

Mr Trump wrote: “Sundar Pichai of Google was in the Oval Office working very hard to explain how much he liked me, what a great job the Administration is doing, that Google was not involved with China’s military, that they didn’t help Crooked Hillary over me in the 2016 Election, and that they are NOT planning to illegally subvert the 2020 Election despite all that has been said to the contrary.

Source: Trump spells his name wrong while referring to himself in third person

Advertisements

President Trump accuses Google of illegally swinging election against him in 2020

President Donald Trump criticized Google on Tuesday morning, insinuating that the tech company may be working against his reelection campaign and saying “we are watching Google very closely.”

In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Trump listed baseless accusations by several people, including Fox News host Lou Dobbs and former Google employee Kevin Cernekee, that the tech company has an anti-conservative bias. Trump tagged Google CEO Sundar Pichai in the first tweet.

Source: Trump, without evidence, accuses Google of illegally swinging election against him in 2020

SHOCKING ALERT: Google wants Trump to lose in 2020, former engineer for tech giant says: ‘That’s their agenda’

A former Google engineer who claims he has been blacklisted by the tech giant says he believes the company will try to influence the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

“They really want Trump to lose in 2020. That’s their agenda,” Kevin Cernekee said Friday on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

Source: Google wants Trump to lose in 2020, former engineer for tech giant says: ‘That’s their agenda’

2020 presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard sues Google for $50 million, says free speech violated

U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s presidential campaign sued Google on Thursday after the company suspended the candidate’s Google Ads account following last month’s Democratic presidential debate. The campaign alleges the corporation “used its control over online political speech to silence” the candidate.

The campaign said its inability to run Google Ads meant it lost out on campaign donations it could have received if users were directed to the candidate’s website.

Source: 2020 presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard sues Google for $50 million, says free speech violated

Republican Senators slams Google VP over bias against conservatives

Republican lawmakers on Tuesday criticized Google during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing over allegations of bias against and censorship of conservative groups on the tech giant’s platforms.

The hearing, which came on a busy day on Capitol Hill for Silicon Valley’s behemoths, was the second in recent of months in which tech companies were grilled over accusations of discrimination against conservative viewpoints and the suppression of free speech.

Source: Google VP grilled by senators over allegations of tech giant’s bias against conservatives

Trump on Google’s ‘Treason’: We ‘will take a look’ into Peter Thiel’s claims of Google working with China

President Trump on Tuesday morning said his administration will “take a look” into Google following statements made earlier this week by billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel. Shares of Alphabet were slightly lower in pre-market trading.

“Billionaire Tech Investor Peter Thiel believes Google should be investigated for treason,” Trump said in a tweet. “He accuses Google of working with the Chinese Government… A great and brilliant guy who knows this subject better than anyone! The Trump Administration will take a look!”

Source: Trump: We ‘will take a look’ into Peter Thiel’s claims of Google working with China

7 Incredible Google Street View Destinations and How to Get There

There’s only so many times you’ll enjoy zooming in and out on your favourite vistas

Once Google Earth entered the picture, spending hours on its rich maps became second nature. But when Street View walked in, with an enticing offer of panoramas from every corner of the planet, there was no looking back. I may still be stuck on the travel inspo phase (with an hour or four of continually embarrassing devotion), but for those who need a nudge to get out there, we’ve compiled seven breathtaking destinations from Street View that you can actually visit. They’re unlikely entries on the usual travel guide, and are nestled in intensely picturesque surroundings, so make the most of it! Continue at Source: 7 Incredible Google Street View Destinations and How to Get There

44 Google Maps Tricks You Need To Try

Google Maps is a Swiss Army Knife chock-full of hidden navigation, geospatial search, and customization tools. Here’s how to unlock your map app’s full potential and take advantage of an ever-growing list of new features. See more at Source: 44 Google Maps Tricks You Need To Try

Google Stadia 28 Best Games Full List Announced

Just ahead of E3, Google has finally revealed a bunch of details on its upcoming cloud-streaming service, Stadia. But what good is a cool new streaming platform without some cool games to stream? At launch, the Stadia will have a good mix of already-released and upcoming games—and even an exclusive by Tequila Works, the developers of Rime and The Sexy Brutale. See more at Source: All the games announced for Google Stadia

Google Lens will show reviews if you point it at a restaurant’s menu starting this week

And you can now add reviews within Google Maps.

Google is launching a pair of interrelated features that are designed to make it easier to pick what to eat at restaurants. The first was originally announced by the company back at Google I/O, and it allows you to point your phone’s camera at a restaurant’s menu to see user reviews and photographs of the dishes. The feature is available through Google Lens, a piece of software that’s available as an app and is also built into the camera on Google Pixel devices. Google has confirmed that the feature is launching by the end of this week with support for menus in English, and it will expand to more languages in the future. See more at Source: Google Lens will show reviews if you point it at a restaurant’s menu starting this week