A lawsuit claims that Google isn’t abiding by a privacy pledge for students who get free Chromebooks.
Some webpages may load faster on Firefox’s private browsing mode.
"Most of the current major car companies will fail."
The Iranian-American tech stalwart is a respected voice in Silicon Valley.
It's Friday afternoon. Can we go home now?
The project could get 10 million passengers a day online by the end of 2016.
The Android platform is a key element in Google's strategy to maintain revenue from online advertising.
The tech company has said that the money will support nonprofits such as Doctors Without Borders.
The goal is to challenge Google with smartphone features that give users what they want before they ask.
A new study found that the order of search engine results can sway voter preference enough to significantly affect elections.
The company’s new policy exceeds the paid leave packages that most corporations offer.
The project will pilot in San Francisco before it rolls out country-wide.
While the official did not mention any companies by name, Google reportedly has previously offered to expand Wi-Fi access countrywide at a low cost.
Yelp funded a study investigating Google search results during an EU antitrust case.
A new report says Edward Snowden’s revelations about the NSA has significantly hurt U.S. tech firms’ foreign sales
Niche apps for search results may threaten Google monopoly as it fights antitrust violations
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