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Google under federal investigation for dismissal of four employees

Google staff held a rally in San Francisco last month accusing the company of avenging its workers. James Martin / CNET The US National Labor Relations Board said Monday it launched an investigation into Google one week after filing a complaint against the search giant on behalf of four employees fired before Thanksgiving. The complaint, filed on December 5, charges …

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Instagram was one of the most important apps of the decade

Angela Lang / CNET This story is part of The 2010s: A Decade Looking Back A series on memes, people, products, movies, and much more that influenced the 2010s. Over the last decade, apps (and related phones) have become an almost integral part of our lives. Since the launch of the iOS App Store and Google Play in 2008 with …

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The Jaguar I-Pace gains in range by learning on the racetrack

More reach is never bad. Nick Miotke / Roadshow Motorsport has always been one of the best ways to test new technologies for later implementation in road vehicles, and so has electric cars. The Jaguar I-Pace The star of the I-Pace eTrophy brand racing race alongside Formula E race is now eligible for a software update that increases the real …

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iPhone users are pleased: Google Maps receives incognito mode for iOS

Angela Lang / CNET Google Maps users on iOS phones can now enable incognito mode to prevent your search engine from storing searches or locations you navigate to Maps in your Google Account. Google launched the Incognito Mode feature for Android users on Google Maps in October. In incognito mode, Google Maps does not display personalized features like restaurant recommendations. …

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The Trump administration is planning final fuel consumption regulations for next year

The final provisions are expected to be available at the end of this year. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images The Trump administration will not announce any revised and relaxed fuel consumption regulations this year, as previously thought. Instead, President Trump said last Friday that they will come next year, Reuters reported. The government of Trump and California previously tried to …

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