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Google aims to keep startups close to home with new startup incubator, dubbed Area 120

Google is creating a startup incubator in an effort to keep employees from quitting to start their own companies, sources told The Information.  

Spotlight: Microsoft, Google agree to drop regulatory complaints against each other

Microsoft and Google have agree to drop regulatory complaints against each other, according to a statements submitted to Re/code on Friday.

Sysdig nets $15M in Series B funding to improve container monitoring products

Sysdig has added $15 million to its coffers in a Series B funding round led by Accel and Bain Capital Ventures, both of which have already invested in the container monitoring vendor.

Spotlight: Google updates Inbox to offer users more control over what matters most

The new features will help users keep track of "things that matter" and "feel more in control." The features offer streamline events, glanceable newsletters and saved links.

Spotlight: European regulators file antitrust charges against Google over Android

The European Commission has filed formal antitrust charges against Google for loading up its Android operating system with Google apps and other alleged anticompetitive actions.

Azure Container Service goes into general availability

Microsoft's Azure Container Service is generally available as of today. After two months in preview, the new container service simplifies the deployment and configuration of containers on the...

Google updates persistent disks for better Docker and Kubernetes support

Google's persistent storage volumes can now scale from 16 to as many as 128 volumes on each Google Compute Engine instance.

GoDaddy CTO and cloud lead heads for Google

A month after GoDaddy unveiled plans to launch IaaS services in competition with the likes of Amazon Web Services, the company is about to lose its CTO and executive vice president of its cloud computing business group, Elissa Murphy.

Google's Chrome Web Store clamps down on user privacy

On Friday Google updated the User Data Policy for its Chrome Web Store. The idea, the company said, is to ensure that developers respect the privacy of customers downloading applications from the Chrome Web Store.

Spotlight: EC steps up press on Google over pre-loaded Android apps

The European Commission is stepping up pressure on Google about pre-loading apps on its Android mobile operating system.