Google says it’s ‘proud’ to be Google News engine

The company says it has “proudly been” Google News Engine.

It has also announced plans to launch its own news app.

The announcement comes after Google said it would add “a handful” of new products, including a news-feed aggregator, an “all-new search engine” and new apps.

Google’s announcement comes amid an investigation into the news-gathering practices of the Guardian newspaper in the UK, which published a series of articles about the tech giant and its advertising platform Google AdWords.

A separate investigation by the Guardian’s own internal watchdog has also been looking into the practices of Google and its partner, AdSense.

Both the Guardian and the Washington Post have denied any wrongdoing.

Google also said it had “no plans” to “expand its search engine business beyond the news business” in the US.

The company has been using AdSense since 2009 to provide its news service, which was previously called the “Google News”.

Google’s move into Google News is seen as a sign of its commitment to its own News platform, which it says it built on its own, with Google News in 2010.

The Guardian newspaper reported on allegations of “toxic advertising” by Google and the Guardian in 2014, after it launched a Google News app.

In December 2015, the Guardian reported on an internal review of Google’s ad network, which found “advertisers paid more for AdSense in 2014 than they did for the Google News ad service” in 2016.

Google declined to comment on the Guardian article at the time.

Google announced on Tuesday that it was launching a new app in the News app for News readers.

The new app, News Stories, will allow users to add their own articles and share them with others.

Google said that “every article that people share will appear in their News Stories feed, so that they can continue reading and sharing as well”.

Google also announced that it will begin rolling out news stories to its users in “the coming weeks”.

The news-reading experience will also include an “expanded search engine”, which will allow readers to “find, read, or share articles from trusted news sources”.

“News stories will have a new search engine that will enable users to find articles and videos that are relevant to their interests and interests of others, like the weather or sports,” Google said.