MakeUseOf: The 9 Best Google Calendar Alternatives for Time Management

MakeUseOf: The 9 Best Google Calendar Alternatives for Time Management. “As much as some people may swear by Google Calendar, when it comes to managing your time and schedules, it isn’t for everyone. But where can you look for a suitable alternative? We tried out a variety of different calendar apps that don’t require you to set up a new email account. The goal was to find the ones that stand out. Here are the nine best Google Calendar alternatives that will help you manage your time.”

ZDNet: Google Chrome extension that steals card numbers still available on Web Store

ZDNet: Google Chrome extension that steals card numbers still available on Web Store. “A malicious Google Chrome extension that can recognize and steal payment card details entered in web forms is still available on the Chrome Web Store. The extension is the work of a cyber-criminal group and has been at the heart of a malware distribution effort in the past.”

TechCrunch: Google raises its G Suite prices

TechCrunch: Google raises its G Suite prices. “Google today announced that it is raising the price of its G Suite subscriptions for the first time. In the U.S., the prices of G Suite Basic and G Suite Business editions will increase by $1 and $2 per user/month, respectively, while increases in other regions will be adjusted according to the local currency and market. G Suite Enterprise pricing will remain the same.”

Yahoo News: Russian regulator demands Google filters search results

Yahoo News: Russian regulator demands Google filters search results. “Russian communications regulator Roskomnadzor has sent repeated requests to Google requiring it to route its citizens’ web searches through a government filtering system, according to reports. A law passed in Russia last year requires search engines to be connected to the federal state information system (FGIS) allowing the Kremlin to censor the websites which its citizens can access.”

Toronto Star: Google wants court to decide whether search curbs would infringe charter rights

Toronto Star: Google wants court to decide whether search curbs would infringe charter rights. “Google wants the Federal Court to decide whether limiting search-engine results in the name of privacy would infringe Canadians’ constitutional guarantee of free expression. The leading internet search engine advocates broadening an upcoming court hearing to squarely address the question.”