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Survey: Pokémon Go becomes 'biggest mobile game in US history'

Pokémon Go has officially surpassed Candy Crush Saga as "the biggest mobile game in U.S. history," according to a new survey from mobile data research firm SurveyMonkey Intelligence. 

Google: Viewability drives jump in online video ad revenue

Google's YouTube appears to be leading the charge toward improved ad viewability-- a key metric determining whether an ad was actually watched by a human being-- reporting 93 percent viewability in a new study by the search engine giant. But overall ad viewability rates are still lower in the United States, at 62 percent, than in other countries, a new Google study reveals.

Google could face up to $7B in fines amid newest round of EU antitrust charges

Google is staring down another set of European Commission antitrust charges – the third since April 2015 – and this one could end up costing the tech giant as much as $7 billion in fines.

Google adds Three as Project Fi network roaming partner

The Three group became the latest network partner for Google's Project Fi network, which is a U.S.-based wireless service that allows customers to switch between 4G/3G and Wi-Fi networks in order to benefit from the best possible connectivity available.

Google Fiber to challenge Verizon, AT&T, others as it enters business services segment

Google Fiber announced it will begin selling internet service to businesses, a move that will widen the company's battle against entrenched telco companies like AT&T and Verizon that also sell internet services to business users.

Enhanced UI, multi-window support and other features developers should know about Android Nougat

It's official, the next Google mobile operating system will be "Android Nougat," and the developer preview is already available.

DirecTV joins Sony with 4K presentation of UFC 200

DirecTV and Sony have both announced that Saturday's UFC 200 pay-per-view event will be available for viewing in 4K.

Google buys pay-TV multiscreen vendor Anvato

Google has paid an undisclosed sum for TV Everywhere technology services vendor Anvato.

Google reportedly developing two Android Wear watches

Google is reportedly developing two Android Wear watches that will focus heavily on the Google Assistant, the company's artificial intelligence offering.  

Facebook introduces OpenCellular, a new open source wireless platform to reach the underserved

In its latest attempt to connect the unconnected, Facebook said it has designed and tested an open source and cost-effective, software-defined wireless access platform. The company said it plans to open-source the hardware design and related firmware and control software so that telecom operators, OEMs and others can build and operate wireless infrastructure based on the platform.