Sacha Baron Cohen has had it with social media.
The three major Democratic committees blasted Google on Friday for an ad policy that will allow politicians to run false ads across its platforms, including YouTube, in the run-up to the 2020 election. The Democrats also took aim at Twitter, without actually naming it, for banning all ads fr
Google's new Stadia gaming service is hot — in more ways than one.
Huawei suppliers in the United States are about to find out whether they can restart sales to the beleaguered Chinese company.
Google announced updates to its political ad policy on Wednesday, but made no apparent changes to how it will treat lies pushed by candidates. The most significant change is that it will restrict how political ads can be targeted on its platforms.
Just days before Google launched its long-awaited video game service, the company announced it would nearly double the number of titles available to play on day one. But even that last-minute move won't be enough to guarantee it succeeds in the increasingly competitive gaming market.
Google is calling on Texas's attorney general to hand over a vast trove of internal documents and communications related to a multi-state antitrust probe of the tech giant, including any information supplied to regulators by Texas's outside consultants and Google's chief critics and rivals.
"I don't want to be a flat Earther," David Weiss says, his voice weary as he reflects on his personal awakening. "Would you wake up in the morning and want everyone to think you're an idiot?"
Google is about to take a big step into the video game market with a service that some have likened to a Netflix for games.
Google wants to break into the hyper-competitive gaming industry in part by targeting an audience sometimes overlooked by rivals: women.
The results of what researchers are calling the first "virtual study of its kind" were published in the New England Journal of Medicine Wednesday, the product of a collaboration between Apple Watch and Stanford Medical Center.
A federal inquiry has been opened into Google's efforts to collect health data on millions of Americans through its "Project Nightingale" program.
Silicon Valley continues to invade your wallet.
Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg has found a ride back across the Atlantic to attend the COP25 environmental summit in Madrid, thanks to a pair of Australian vloggers.
Google scored a winner on Saturday when it celebrated the Edmonton Grads in a doodle to honor the Canadian basketball legends.
Apple redesigned the web pages of its privacy policies Wednesday, its latest effort to distinguish itself from its personal data-selling competitors.
Usually you have to talk to voice assistants to get them to do what you want. But a group of researchers determined they can also command them by shining a laser at smart speakers and other gadgets that house virtual helpers such as Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri and Google's Assistant.
Googlers are calling on the company to address specific climate demands.
One year ago on November 1, tens of thousands of Google workers spilled out of their offices around the world, protesting sexual harassment, misconduct and a lack of transparency at one of the most powerful tech companies in the world.
Joseph Simons, the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, says he will withhold from Congress a 2012 staff report that could shed light on the FTC's now-closed investigation of Google's search and advertising business.
Google announced plans on Friday to acquire Fitbit, the world's leading maker of wearable fitness activity trackers.
Texas's attorney general has sent the privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo a demand for documents and records as part of a multi-state antitrust probe into anti-competitive behavior by Google.
YouTube star MrBeast wanted to do something big to celebrate reaching 20 million subscribers, so his fans challenged him to plant 20 million trees.