Sundar Pichai is an Indian-American business executive, who currently is the CEO of Google. He joined Google in 2004, where he led the product management and innovation efforts. Pichai went on to oversee the development of different applications like Gmail, Google Maps and on March 13, 2013, he added Android to the list of Google products that he oversees.read more
Google faced outrage last year when it was reported that the company may have been looking to get back into the search engine business in China, the world's second largest economy.
Sundar Pichai also stated that India and the US can lead on standardization of privacy frameworks for better safeguards against privacy to ensure free flow of digital trade.
Sundar Pichai has predicted India to play England in the final of 2019 World Cup, but admits that Australia and New Zealand are strong contenders as well.
Google will never sell any personal information of its users to third parties, CEO Sundar Pichai has said, amidst growing global concern over the misuse of personal data by some social media giants.
Google announced a slew of additional privacy and security tools for its users across its products and platforms during its annual I/O.
According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai India offers great potential for Google-owned YouTube's growth, as YouTube Music has been downloaded more than 15 million times in the country.
Donald Trump now addressed Sundar Pichai on Twitter as "President of Google"
Apart from Pichais, the guest list includes UN Secretary-General Ban-Ki-Moon and his wife, former British PM Tony Blair and his wife and several Cricket players from Mumbai Indians.
Sundar Pichai reached Mumbai to celebrate International Women's Day where he was seen spending time with kids that used the newly-launched Google's reading tutor app "Bolo".
Followed by the protest, Sundar Pichai said Google that they would provide more transparency on how to handle concerns and would give better support and care to people who raise the issue.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai went on to answer the question by explaining Congress how Google's search algorithm actually functioned.
"We have no plans to launch in China. We don't have a search product there", said Pichai.
Google's CEO-Sundar Pichai faces grilling from US lawmakers on how the web search giant handled an alarming data breach.
Google had launched a search engine in China in 2006 but pulled the plug in 2010, citing Chinese government efforts to limit free speech and block websites.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai met Pentagon officials during his trip to Washington last week and probably discussed the controversial project "Project Maven"
In its letter, the senators wrote: "If true, this reported plan is deeply troubling and risks making Google complicit in human rights abuses related to China’s rigorous censorship regime".
The search engine giant has also included other features in its payments solution, including support for mobile ticketing for travel, movies and concerts, just like Apple Pay.
The feature would work by keeping Assistant active after an initial request, for which users would first have to enable it by going to the "Google Assistant" app settings, The Verge reported late on Thursday.
About 4,000 Google employees had signed a petition demanding "a clear policy stating that neither Google nor its contractors will ever build warfare technology".
YouTube's ‘Take a Break’ feature will set limits to the users’ video viewing and will remind them that they have been surfing through the app for too long.