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Google launches Hire, a new service for helping businesses recruit

Google launches Hire, a new service for helping businesses recruit

Google Hire is ready for business. Hire also aims to help businesses quickly come to hiring decisions, instead of wasting time and money by leaving positions open for long periods. It integrates with apps including Gmail and Google Calendar to streamline the process of filling a job opening. Google Search connects jobseekers to job opportunities from the open and broad ecosystem of providers, including employer listings as well as LinkedIn, Monster, WayUp, DirectEmployers, CareerBuilder, ...


Google wins battle over employee data

Google wins battle over employee data

It requested the employee details as part of its investigation, which administrative law judge Steve Berlin denied on grounds of the demands being: "over-broad, intrusive on employee privacy, unduly burdensome and insufficiently focused on obtaining the relevant information".


Amber Alert Issued for 1-Year-Old Boy Abducted in Soledad

Amber Alert Issued for 1-Year-Old Boy Abducted in Soledad

The child was last seen in a auto seat in the backseat of the suspect's vehicle. The man "appeared to be under the influence of drugs" and "was in no condition to care for (a) baby", the 911 caller told San Jose police. The boy was found unharmed several hours later in San Jose and reunited with his parents. He's now "safe and sound", according to police. "Best possible result that we could have hoped for".



"Confirmed Samsung Note 8 Set To Be Launched In August, 6.5" Display

The South Korean company said Tuesday that it expects to retrieve 157 tons of gold, silver, cobalt, copper and other metals from millions of smartphones that were recalled and discontinued a year ago after their batteries were found to be prone to catching fire.


Google Home Hits Australia

Google Home Hits Australia

Ever since we all started saying "OK Google", the search engine giant had been making inroads into our lives, finding a way to connect the giant database of knowledge that is the internet with our existence. The Australian version of Google Home has been created to understand Australian accents, and will speak back to householders using an Australian accent, too.