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From TheJournal.ie This is what Google has chosen to be its 1916 Easter Commemoration Doodle Ireland Is A Land So Green

This is what Google has chosen to be its 1916 Easter Commemoration Doodle

The winning design was drawn by 12-year-old Mia Buckley from Summercove National School.

From TheJournal.ie Google's self-driving cars learned an important lesson about driving near buses Misunderstanding

Google's self-driving cars learned an important lesson about driving near buses

Thankfully neither of them were travelling at speed when they crashed.

From TheJournal.ie You use them every day, but how much do you really know about search engines? Knowledge
From TheJournal.ie Google's internet-balloon test flight goes awry as one crashes in tea field Crash Land

Google's internet-balloon test flight goes awry as one crashes in tea field

The balloon is part of Google’s efforts to bring internet connectivity to remote regions.

From TheJournal.ie Nearly half of everyone watching TV last night tuned into RTÉ Leaders' Debate All Eyes And Ears

Nearly half of everyone watching TV last night tuned into RTÉ Leaders' Debate

And here’s what you were searching on Google while watching the debate…

From TheJournal.ie One of Google's secret projects was to build automated vertical farms Ambitious

One of Google's secret projects was to build automated vertical farms

The idea was part of X, the company’s secretive research department, but the experiment was eventually scrapped.

From TheJournal.ie Google's European president doesn't know how much he gets paid Taxing Question

Google's European president doesn't know how much he gets paid

Nice problem to have.

From TheJournal.ie 'Is Labour dead?': We answer the big election questions you've been Googling Searching For Answers

'Is Labour dead?': We answer the big election questions you've been Googling

You’ve asked the search engine some pretty odd and interesting questions.

From TheJournal.ie Another nail in Flash's coffin as Google plans to ban it from ads Nail In The Coffin

Another nail in Flash's coffin as Google plans to ban it from ads

Google will ban Flash-based ads at the start of next year, continuing its move to phase it out of its products entirely.

From TheJournal.ie Google doesn't just want its cars to be driverless but wireless too Unplugged

Google doesn't just want its cars to be driverless but wireless too

The company is testing out wireless charging with its self-driving cars, by using a special transmitter embedded in the ground

From TheJournal.ie The world's most valuable company begins with an A, but it's no longer Apple Alphabet

The world's most valuable company begins with an A, but it's no longer Apple

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is now the world’s most valuable company.

From TheJournal.ie Google Chrome will be getting itself a makeover Fresh Lick Of Paint

Google Chrome will be getting itself a makeover

And you can access some of the changes so long as you don’t mind messing with experimental features.

From TheJournal.ie Google is to pay its UK taxes in Britain from now on, rather than in Ireland... Taxing Times

Google is to pay its UK taxes in Britain from now on, rather than in Ireland...

The online giant is to pay €172 million in back taxes in the UK following a six-year probe by UK revenue and customs.

From TheJournal.ie Is Ireland a one-trick pony by enticing corporations with low taxes? Opinion

Is Ireland a one-trick pony by enticing corporations with low taxes?

Cillian Doyle says Ireland is a tax haven and we should change our ways before the decisions are taken out of our hands.

From TheJournal.ie The Nexus 6P is the device Google needed to show off Android's strengths Tech Review This post contains images

The Nexus 6P is the device Google needed to show off Android's strengths

The Nexus range isn’t exactly associated with premium range, but the 6P changes all of that.

From TheJournal.ie Google's self-driving cars are still leaning on its drivers for tight situations Intervention

Google's self-driving cars are still leaning on its drivers for tight situations

Its autonomous cars experienced 272 cases where drivers were required to grab the wheel, and avoided 11 crashes.

From TheJournal.ie Google team up with Colin Farrell to tell the story of the Rising...and it's wonderful Streets Of Dublin

Google team up with Colin Farrell to tell the story of the Rising...and it's wonderful

The impressive interactive website was launched this evening.

From TheJournal.ie This is how self-driving cars are learning to deal with bad conditions Safety First

This is how self-driving cars are learning to deal with bad conditions

The likes of Google and Ford are teaching their autonomous cars to drive safely in snowy and wet conditions.

From TheJournal.ie First prototype from mystery electric car startup revealed Faraday Future

First prototype from mystery electric car startup revealed

The company expects to bring its first car to market in around two years time.

From TheJournal.ie These are the best smartphone apps of 2015 Best Of

These are the best smartphone apps of 2015

A wide variety of apps for any taste.

From TheJournal.ie Hickeys, Charlie and UFC: Here's what we were all searching for on Google this year Google It

Hickeys, Charlie and UFC: Here's what we were all searching for on Google this year

“How to get rid of hickeys fast?” Really Ireland?

From TheJournal.ie What apps allow you to activate two-step verification? TechKnowHow

What apps allow you to activate two-step verification?

Instead of needing SMS to get a code, there are apps that generate them themselves.

From TheJournal.ie Ryanair is taking Google to court See You In Court

Ryanair is taking Google to court

The company said it started the action yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie A bug caused Google to bury rivals like Yelp and TripAdvisor in its search results Unconvinced

A bug caused Google to bury rivals like Yelp and TripAdvisor in its search results

The company says it is working on a fix for local search, but its rivals aren’t convinced it’s a bug.

From TheJournal.ie Have you seen Google's deadly new Star Wars Easter egg? Use The Force
From TheJournal.ie YouTube has a new way for Irish parents to keep their kids quiet Silence Is Golden

YouTube has a new way for Irish parents to keep their kids quiet

But the company has come under fire in the US for exposing children to deceptive ads.

From TheJournal.ie Is the Nexus 5X Google's return to form in the smartphone market? Tech Review This post contains images

Is the Nexus 5X Google's return to form in the smartphone market?

After the mixed reaction to the Nexus 6, Google has released two phones this time, but what role does the 5X play?

From TheJournal.ie So there are two new Chromecast devices, but what's different this time? Tech Review

So there are two new Chromecast devices, but what's different this time?

Google has given its cheap streaming device a fresh look and created an audio version, but is there more to it than that?

From TheJournal.ie Think Ireland's corporate tax is unfair? Wave goodbye to Apple and thousands of jobs if we change it Column

Think Ireland's corporate tax is unfair? Wave goodbye to Apple and thousands of jobs if we change it

Anyone in our political sphere who proposes to jeopardise this arrangement from within is an economic saboteur, writes Aaron McKenna.

From TheJournal.ie Your personal data was talked about at the Web Summit, but it looks like you might have to pay to keep it safe in the future Opinion

Your personal data was talked about at the Web Summit, but it looks like you might have to pay to keep it safe in the future

Privacy could become a product purchased by the rich and an unattainable luxury for the poor, writes Maria Helen Murphy.

From TheJournal.ie A Google employee lives in a truck in the company's car park and saves 90% of his income Living In A Box

A Google employee lives in a truck in the company's car park and saves 90% of his income

He has been able to start paying off his student debt.

From TheJournal.ie The huge, unexpected ethical question self-driving cars will have to tackle Decisions Decisions

The huge, unexpected ethical question self-driving cars will have to tackle

Would it rather hit a car full of passengers or a wall, injuring its own passenger?

From TheJournal.ie This is how much tax Google paid in Ireland last year Follow The Money

This is how much tax Google paid in Ireland last year

The company employed nearly 3,000 people across Ireland in 2014.

From TheJournal.ie You can now use your fingerprint to purchase apps from Google Play* Get Your Finger Out

You can now use your fingerprint to purchase apps from Google Play*

*Provided you’re lucky enough to have access to Android Marshmallow.

From TheJournal.ie This secretive company backed by Google is in the spotlight again

This secretive company backed by Google is in the spotlight again

Magic Leap has been working on its own augmented reality headset for a while, but it’s slowly revealing what it can do.

From TheJournal.ie This Playboy issue is the reason Google's founders almost never do interviews Pair Of Boobs

This Playboy issue is the reason Google's founders almost never do interviews

You could say they were caught with their pants down.

From TheJournal.ie The latest version of Android is out, but it's unlikely you'll see it anytime soon TechKnowHow

The latest version of Android is out, but it's unlikely you'll see it anytime soon

But on the bright side, you do have a few things to look forward to.

From TheJournal.ie US companies keep $2.1 trillion profits in overseas tax havens (and Ireland has its fair share) Tax Haven

US companies keep $2.1 trillion profits in overseas tax havens (and Ireland has its fair share)

The companies, many of which have subsidiaries in Ireland, would collectively owe the United States an estimated $620 billion if they were to repatriate their profits to there.