Despite what some of the commentary has implied, the manifesto is not an unhinged rant. Its quasi-professional tone is a big part of what makes it so beguiling (to some) and also so dangerous.
Google fired software engineer James Damore on Monday after his 10-page anti-diversity screed went viral within the company.
A Google employee’s screed against workplace diversity thrust company executives into a tight spot: Discipline the author and risk accusations of censoring speech? Or stand by and inflame concerns that the company does not welcome women?
Office culture is only part of the problem.
With a real threat of antitrust and privacy regulation on the horizon, Google is on track to become this year’s top corporate lobbying spender in the US
For a select number of users, Google searches are about to become more annoying.
Google is hoping you’ll begin opening its app the way you do Facebook or Twitter, checking it reflexively throughout the day for quick hits of news and information.
Several academics named in a database of Google funding recipients say they’ve never received money from the company.
Whichever company's vision wins out will shape the future of the economy.
Scrubbing medical records from search should help limit the damage caused by leaks, hacks and errors by medical institutions.
A representative of the National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project questioned Google executives about company positions that he believes preference liberal ideology.
It's not easy keeping billions of devices safe from phishing attacks. Here's how Google pulls it off.
It's cool to see how much Google Maps has changed over the past year. But it's also surprising to see how little Apple Maps has changed.
The two innocent-looking cylinders are mortal enemies jockeying for the title of best AI assistant — or are they?
The mashup looks like something straight out of a dystopian thriller.
Google doesn’t want to just answer questions anymore. It wants to guess the question before you ask it.
Whatever your reasons for splitting up with Google, here’s how to make sure it’s a clean and uncomplicated break.
Google is notorious for having some of the worst emoji on the planet. Now it's righting its wrongs — and taking on gender stereotypes, too.
Google introduced Google Lens, a stand-alone VR headset and... photo books? Here are the highlights from today's conference.
Last year, I/O was a product blitz: It brought us the Google Assistant, the Google Home speaker, Google’s first phone, the Pixel, and an AI-driven messenger called Allo. This year, expect iteration.
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