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Google to add jobs to search, dabbles as HR gatekeeper

Pichai also announced that some companies have been piloting the new Google for Job search tool like FedEx and Johnson & Johnson. "Google for Jobs", as Google is calling it, isn't available just yet but will be out in the coming weeks.


Most Famous Cyberattacks of All Time

Most Famous Cyberattacks of All Time

Lieu, who noted on his Web site that he is "one of only four computer science majors serving in Congress", supports changing the vulnerabilities equities process (VEP) to ensure greater transparency in how the federal government notifies software companies about bugs it identifies.


NASA probes detect man-made bubble around Earth

NASA probes detect man-made bubble around Earth

In Galileo's images, they found large glints of light, that reflected like mirrors but these were limited only to regions of the planet covered in water. The Teak test, which took place on August 1, 1958, was notable for the artificial aurora that resulted. This confirmed that sunlight was definitely the source of the mysterious glints.


Google wants to help you to get a job

Google wants to help you to get a job

The service will be launched in the United States first, with more countries coming in the future. Executives are also laying out how the company is expanding the reach and capabilities of the Google Assistant , which is now available on some smartphones and an internet-connected speaker called Home.



Google Inc.'s Android system installed on 2 billion active devices

Google is releasing its voice-controlled assistant on a free app designed for iPhone's operating system - basically competing with Apple's assistant on her own turf. Then there's Google Jobs, its platform that makes it easier to find jobs. The new feature which Google also mentioned called Smart Text Selection . For starters, the voice-connected speaker now supports hands-free voice calling to any number in the U.S.