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.
It's also fair to say that both of these companies see the same trends happening in computing, and so they are triangulating their platforms in complementary ways.
Workers at Google just scored an impressive victory against US militarism.
Antidisestablishmentarianism pneumonoultramicroscopic... forget it, we can't even say the word, let alone play the name game with it.
A Google spokesperson told Gizmodo the company is already aware of the issue, chalking it up to a "language detection bug in the Google Search app for Android."
Google will not seek another contract for its controversial work providing artificial intelligence to the US Department of Defense for analyzing drone footage after its current contract expires.
Google Photos auto-syncs when you connect to Wi-Fi. Accidentally turning it on even once means you might end up uploading all of your photos to Google's servers.
The tech press has questions, and Google isn’t providing any answers.
Google has always asked users to sacrifice a piece of themselves for the future. Its latest I/O Keynote took the idea a step further.
Pray for small business owners who will now have to deal with deeply confused and persistent AI bots ringing them constantly.
The Pixel Buds were a mess of a product born out of a (very good) product demonstration. The same will likely be true of Duplex. In our messy and muddled world — as Facebook found with its ill-fated M chatbot — this technology remains frustratingly limited.
Google has invested heavily in artificial intelligence and it seems like it's really paying off, because this technology is incredible.
Given how many artists and creators have moved on from those games, it's possible they may be broken forever.
New Assistant features and voices, new Maps capabilities, "Smart Compose" in Gmail, Android P announcements and more.
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