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The Justice Department has filed its antitrust lawsuit against Google

After investigating Google for more than a year, the Justice Department has finally issued its antitrust lawsuit against the search giant, alleging that the company is “unlawfully maintaining monopolies in the markets for general search services, search advertising, and general search text advertising in the United States.” The full suit ...

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How to use AWS – a simple guide for beginners

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is Amazon’s powerful, market-leading solution for cloud computing. The platform offers a suite of products for businesses: security, cloud backup, machine learning, IoT solutions, and more. In this post, we will explore how to use AWS. What you need to know Many entrepreneurs and small businesses ...

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AWS Free Tier: what is it and who qualifies?

With AWS Free Tier, even the smallest businesses and developers can benefit from powerful cloud infrastructure. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud platform that provides businesses with a wide range of powerful online tools. These include tools to increase security, backup data, handle machine learning tasks, synchronize accounts across ...

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The best Google Cloud courses to future-proof your resume

Google Cloud certification demonstrates proficiency using the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The best Google Cloud courses prepare you for these exams so you can add the certification to your resume quickly and on your first try. The Google Cloud Platform is a suite of tools hosted on the cloud that ...

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Everything Google announced at its hardware event

This year, Google’s annual hardware event consisted of a brisk 30 minutes of pre-recorded promotional videos, but the company managed to pack a number of new product announcements into that time. To make things easy for you, here’s a quick rundown of everything that Google announced, including the Google Pixel ...

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Standing by developers through Google v. Oracle

Mike Linksvayer Contributor Share on Twitter Mike Linksvayer is Head of Developer Policy at GitHub, leading the company’s efforts to advocate for developers globally. The Supreme Court will hear arguments tomorrow in Google v. Oracle. This case raises a fundamental question for software developers and the open-source community: Whether copyright ...

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