After a bombing in New York, Google surfaced unconfirmed claims by sources including an Infowars editor.
A petty spat between Amazon and Google could be the opening skirmish of tech's next big conflict.
For the past year, the software and cloud computing giant has mounted a cloak-and-dagger, take-no-prisoners lobbying campaign against Google, perhaps hoping to cause the company intense political and financial pain at a time when the two tech giants are also warring in federal court over allegations of stolen computer code.
Our devices are starting to understand human language but what about the cacophony of everyday sound?
Last weekend, in the hours after a deadly Texas church shooting, Google search promoted false reports about the suspect, suggesting that he was a radical communist affiliated with the antifa movement. The claims popped up in Google’s “Popular on Twitter” module, which made them prominently visible — although not the top results — in a search for the alleged killer’s name. Of course, the was just the latest instance of a long-standing problem: it was the latest of multiple similar missteps. As us...
When no reputable information is available, the search engine promotes fake news.
New research shows how machine vision systems of all kinds can be tricked into mis-identifying 3D objects
On Tuesday morning, Google Docs users were greeted by an unexpected and entirely unpleasant surprise: Google Docs had decided their file was a violation of the site's Terms of Service and frozen access to it.
In pushing the Google Assistant to its limits, the tech titan has revealed that it’s a mere mortal.
The company's global ad business is now larger than that of Facebook, Alibaba, Baidu, Twitter, Amazon and Snap, combined.
The era of the Apple fanboy may be coming to an end.
I have been using the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL for nearly a week now, and in that time I've immersed myself in the goodness that is Android 8.0, Google's pleasantly updated design, and the unprecedented and unequaled Pixel camera. But for the majority of this week, I've opted to use the smaller Pixel 2, owing to just how poor the Pixel 2 XL's screen is.
Google's second generation of in-house designed phones has a lot of interesting competition out there. Do the Pixel 2 and 2XL stack up against the iPhones and Galaxy phones of the world? Here's what reviews say.
UPDATE: Google Maps is removing a feature that told you how many "mini cupcakes" you'd burn if you walked.
Design — the mysterious intersection of art and communication — was recently a second-class citizen at Google, subordinate to The Data. Not anymore.
How the tech giant is trying to leverage the science of breakthroughs and resurrect the lost art of invention.
Following last week's shooting in Las Vegas, YouTube has banned videos showing how to modify guns to fire more rapidly.
The first statement-turned-question Google's Pixel 2 commercial uses as an example is an odd one. "The Earth is flat," the ad says. Then, "The Earth is flat?" This might seem like a benign question if Google itself wasn’t completely terrible at accurately answering such queries.
Google tested many, many shades of gray to develop the Mini, a $49 home assistant that’s meant to fade into the background of everyday life.
Is this the start of a new era of premium Chromebooks, or does the Pixelbook lack the versatility to justify its steep cost?
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