The woman who ran Fantastic Adventurers, a popular YouTube channel with nearly 800,000 subscribers, has been charged with child abuse, molestation, and child neglect.
Animated videos dominate the kids YouTube space. Humans are fighting against YouTube's algorithm to try and compete.
European authorities on Wednesday fined Google 1.5 billion euros for antitrust violations in the online advertising market, continuing its efforts to rein in the world's biggest technology companies.
Stadia seeks to combine any-screen game streaming with the video streaming of YouTube.
This February, only 16 months after it turned on its service, Google Fiber announced plans to turn it off, making Louisville, one of only 19 cities to get Google Fiber since its launch in 2010, the first to lose it. Now, the most visible sign of the tech giant's screw up is lying all over the roads.
We now know the first 31.4 trillion digits of the tastiest mathematical constant.
Sidewalk Labs wants to rethink cities. We're finally getting a look at what that will mean in Toronto, where the company is building a prototype neighborhood.
Scores of YouTube videos with tens of millions of views are being inundated with comments by paedophiles, with adverts from major brands running alongside the disturbing content
The feature emerged after Google Assistant support was added to Nest Secure
While Google publicly supported employees who protested company policies, it quietly asked the government to narrow the right to organize over work email.
Despite year-old promises to fix its “Up Next” content recommendation system, YouTube is still suggesting conspiracy videos, hyperpartisan and misogynist videos, pirated videos, and content from hate groups following common news-related searches.
It will still be possible to block ads if the proposed changes are incorporated into Chrome, but developers would need to rewrite their Chrome extensions.
A small hassle is still a hassle, and for years there was one that just bugged the crap out me: quickly creating a new Google Doc.
Last September, the European Parliament voted in favor of the Copyright Directive: a sweeping piece of legislation intended to update copyright for the internet age, but critics said it would fundamentally break the internet.
For almost two months, I kept track of the times I've Googled stuff to make myself sound smarter in conversations with friends and strangers.
We knew that being connected had a price – our data. But we didn’t care. Then it turned out that Google's main clients included the military and intelligence agencies.
An insider's account of the dark side of search engine marketing.
He's home alone again, but this time there's Google to keep him company.
Its predictive powers make users feel… predictable, robotic, and un-singular.
The people who run YouTube made the choice to teach its algorithms to value trash — even if they thought they were teaching the system to value something more neutral, like viewing time.
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