Momo has returned for this year's Halloween Google Doodle with a new Magic Cat Academy game where she must dive into the ocean to help new friends against the Big Boss ghost.
Will Chamberlain of the Internet Accountability Project debates Matthew Feeney of the Cato Institute.
Google pays Apple an estimated $10 billion per year to be the default search engine on its devices. Google, meanwhile, sees an approximate 50 percent of searches coming from Apple products.
The president claimed those searching about changing votes want to switch their support to him in the election.
Google has marked the 142nd birthday of Bulgarian physician Dr. Stamen Grigorov, who discovered the bacterium Lactobacillus bulgaricus that is essential for yogurt fermentation, with one of its homepage doodles.
Mitch McConnell continues his Ebenezer Scrooge act in time for the holidays, the Department of Justice declares war on Google, and why all CEO pay isn't created equal.
The Justice Department should vigorously pursue what the House report on monopolization in Big Tech recommended: structural breakups.
Consumers are likely to be unhappy and initially confused if the U.S. Justice Department's antitrust lawsuit succeeds in breaking up Google, a technology analyst believes
The lawsuit filed Tuesday morning against Google has nothing to do with President Donald Trump, said Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen.
General Motors and Nikola have been in ongoing talks about a potential partnership deal worth $2 billion.
New measures could see tech giants paying corporate taxes on profits where they operate and they will be unable to shift them to tax havens.
Shadd Cary was born on October 9, 1823 in Wilmington in northern Delaware to abolitionist parents.
Insert yourself into famous paintings and try on historical artifacts in Google Arts and Culture's new Art Filter feature.
"These firms have too much power, and that power must be reined in and subject to appropriate oversight and enforcement. Our economy and democracy are at stake," the report said.
The four technology companies "have too much power, and that power must be reined in and subject to appropriate oversight and enforcement," the subcommittee's report said.
House Republicans must pick a side.
The nodding Weiner dog dolls get their Wackeldackel name from "wackel" meaning wobble and "dackel" meaning dachshund.
"Google is still in the mood that Microsoft once was, they think [they are] above the law," lawyer Thomas Höppner tells Newsweek.
A ruling in Google's favor would have significant negative implications for not only the software industry, but also for musicians, news publishers, health care professionals and the U.S. economy writ large.
Sharon Sara has secured a $30,000 college scholarship for winning the contest with her "Together As One" artwork.
Google is making the registration process a little easier by directing people to a guide teaching them how to register to vote ahead of the 2020 election on November 3.
Idár and her family helped establish the First Mexican Congress, which organized Mexican-Americans across Texas in the fight for civil rights.
Felicitas Mendez is remembered for successfully suing a school district that refused to enroll her children based on their ethnicity, paving the way for the integration of Californian public schools.
From one of the smallest countries in the world to a collection of islands in the South Pacific, these countries might not be at the top of your travel bucket list—but maybe they should be.
The Vivaldi browser has launched Break Mode, a new feature designed to improve your remote working habits.
Android finally has an in-built screen recorder, something that users have been clamoring for, and there's plenty more besides.
The YouTuber wanted to know why accounts that had gotten popular through videos showing animal abuse are still allowed on the platform.