The search engine, codenamed Dragonfly, was designed for Android devices, and would remove content deemed sensitive by China's ruling Communist Party regime, such as information about political dissidents, free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.
Google is becoming the ultimate arbiter of borders and naming conventions the world over.
While Alphabet faces existential challenges, its co-founder is exercising his right to be forgotten.
Google is bowing to the inevitable and shutting down the Inbox email app, though users will have until March to switch over to Gmail. It's a little sad for fans of the app, but it's also not a very big surprise.
To celebrate the fourth birthday of the Chrome dino, Google has published an interview with the developers who built the game, explaining its origins.
Designer Lucas Chae, who has struggled with anxiety and depression, considers the lifelessness of a response that's meant to save lives — and offers alternative ideas.
It went from a latecomer in the Browser Wars, with just a 1-percent market share early on launch, and now it's the most-used browser in the world, with around 60-percent market share. We thought we'd take a look back at the few of the ways it became so dominant.
But at least, until recently, you could live without fear that some multibillion-dollar Silicon Valley giant would buy up your banking data in order to serve you more effective ads.
In the technology industry, labor organizing can get tricky.
A district south of downtown San Francisco was long known as Rincon Hill, South Beach or South of Market. This spring, it was renamed on Google Maps as the East Cut, a name that has spilled into the physical world.
The tech giant is working on an app that sanitizes Google's search results, blacklisting Web sites blocked by China's Great Firewall.
Tech companies aren't raising prices. But they're still monopolies.
Android is technically an open source operating system, which means any phone manufacturer can install it on their mobile devices for free. But the reality is somewhat different.
A work boycott from the Group of Nine is yet another hurdle to the company's efforts to compete for sensitive government work.
The Alphabet-owned video giant is now offering creators merchandise deals, a $4.99 subscription service for fans, and more.
If big tech companies are going to use Wikipedia as a resource, they should be willing to pay, says the executive director of the Wikimedia Foundation.
It’s trying to figure out why
Never in the history of the world has a single company had so much control over what people know and think.
Andy Harraz is one of the "IRL streamers" of YouTube, people who take money in exchange for letting their audience say anything through speakers aimed at unsuspecting people.
The Google founder's Kitty Hawk has shown a new version of its Flyer vehicle, boasting a sleek design and solid specs.
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