How a nascent search engine became a tech behemoth, one edit at a time.
Breaking down why I have decided to start blocking Google from crawling my website
The video giant's recent travails underscore a basic question: How "neutral" should social-media platforms try to be?
An innovative security feature to separate humans from bots online comes with some major concerns.
The newly unsealed documents show how Google secretly paid off Android creator Andy Rubin after he was investigated for allegedly coercing an employee into performing oral sex.
Google's internet freedom moonshot has gotten glowing attention for its ambitious projects. But current and former employees, leaked documents, and internal messages reveal a grim reality.
When the families leave and landmarks fall to neglect, what's left?
A leaked internal memo has Googlers concerned about whose free speech the company is protecting.
Android ultimately killed Windows Mobile and Windows Phone off, and became the Windows equivalent in the mobile world.
Google's getting out of the tablet hardware business, canceling two different tablets it was building and reassigning those employees to other projects. This is a long time coming, after years of reboots, both literal and metaphorical.
Millions of pushpins on Google Maps point to false business addresses created by firms pretending to be nearby.
Neuroscientists studying birds, mice and fish are landing seven-figure salaries to help advance artificial intelligence, self-driving cars and more.
Genius says it can prove lyrics from its site are appearing in Google search information panels — by examining the apostrophes.
Why have Google and Facebook suddenly grown so worried about online privacy? Part of the answer is a defect in the language we use to talk about privacy.
If I'm being honest, though, the best thing about the Pixel 3A is the "Purple-ish" color option.
A Google Cloud outage that knocked huge portions of the internet offline also blocked access to the tools Google needed to fix it.
Google didn't improve performance since the announcement. It just got more realistic about what delivering high quality would require.
YouTube has chosen not to take action against right-wing video personality Steven Crowder after Vox host Carlos Maza posted clips of Crowder repeatedly harassing him with derogatory, anti-gay, and racist statements, which Maza says resulted in hordes of Crowder's fans doxxing him and subjecting him to abuse on social media.
All he wants is to hear the theme song of his favorite superhero show, but Google doesn't seem to want to oblige.
The site’s automated recommendation system, at times drawing on home movies of unwitting families, created a vast video catalog of prepubescent children.
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