Columbia Law professor Tim Wu lays it out in his new book The Curse of Bigness.
CEO Sundar Pichai thinks the search engine should be willing to work with Chinese censors. Will employees go along with the plan?
In December 2017, Google's AlphaZero routed Stockfish, the world's best chess engine, over the course of 100 matches. The difference between the two machines: AlphaZero taught itself how to play like a human.
Today at 11:10 AM local time, Google staffers around the world walked out to demand an end to harassment and discrimination at the tech giant.
Interviews with over a dozen current and former Google employees highlight a commitment to privacy—and the inherent tensions that creates.
Google's fraught decision-making notwithstanding, the Pixel phones are influential far beyond the unimpressive number of people who own one.
Silicon Valley was built on job-hopping. But when a leader of Google’s self-driving-car unit joined Uber, Google filed suit. Now the Feds are on the case.
Google+ may soon be coming to an end, but stories from behind the scenes are just beginning to surface.
The Pixel 2 and 2XL were some of the best Android phones of 2017, although they were plagued by issues with the screen and design. So how do the Pixels 3 fare?
Google has discovered a secret weapon: it’s building devices that improve over time, and has skipped the diminishing returns of yearly hardware bumps.
Whether people wanted it or not.
Marques Brownlee explores whether or not the new device is worth $150 more than its predecessor, the Pixel 2.
Google announced today that Duplex will be made available on the company's Pixel smartphones before the end of the year.
The Pixel 3 may be the most-leaked phone ever, but Google is still teasing some surprises for its annual hardware event.
New Pixels, a new tablet, a new Chromecast and more are expected.
This was the first problem I used during my interviewing career, and it was also the first to leak and get banned. I like it because it hits a number of sweet spots.
Google is about to have its Cambridge Analytica moment. A security bug allowed third-party developers to access Google+ user profile data since 2015 until Google discovered and patched it in March, but decided not to inform the world. When a user gave permission to an app to access their public pro…
I used to trust some of its products, like Chrome. I increasingly don't.
More worrisome than foreign interference in our elections is how our own tech and media companies feed and profit from our deepening domestic political polarization.
A new algorithm called BigGAN creates detailed photos from scratch, representing a leap forward for AI. But it may come at a steep price.
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