The world is a very different place than it was in the late 90s, and the well-established tech firms of today are unlikely to face the same pitfalls as their digital ancestors. But not all are safe.
Sunday marks the anniversary of the Kyoto Protocol, when countries pledged to cut down their emissions. Fifteen years have passed and last year, greenhouse gas emissions were the highest they've ever been.
The doodle shows a portrait of Anthony on a brick wall, while a line of diverse women wait to vote.
As YouTube celebrates 15 years on the internet, these are the videos that were viewed more times than any other each year.
As the video sharing site turns 15, we look at how it has evolved since 2005 and where it could be in the future. "As far as competitors go, Google stands alone," one industry expert told Newsweek.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has steadfastly denied ordering the dissident journalist's murder, despite significant evidence linking him directly with the kill team.
Khashoggi was murdered by a Saudi hit squad in the country's Istanbul consulate in 2018, allegedly under Mohammed bin Salman's direct orders.
Google Doodles have become a signature of the search engine, with its very first a simple stick figure symbolizing the Burning Man Festival in 1998.
More than 70 actors made appearances throughout the 10 seasons of "Friends."
A number of iconic "Friends" episodes will air in select theaters in honor of the 25th anniversary of NBC show's debut.
The Hong Kong edition of the China Daily newspaper said it had uncovered the plot via a post on the Telegram encrypted messaging app, prompting online ridicule.
Trump canceled his visit to the country to stay in the U.S. and oversee the preparations for, and response to, Hurricane Dorian
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo praised the "heroic protest movement" that was crushed by Chinese troops in 1989.
A Global Times editorial suggested the official secrecy around the brutal suppression of pro-democracy protesters in 1989 has allowed the country to advance.
The Queen was crowned on a rainy summer day 66 years ago today.
Guests will be able to "Journey with Dorothy" down the yellow brick road 39 years after the amusement park closed.
One of the longest-reigning monarchs in the world, there's plenty you probably don't know about the late queen.
The "Sea of Thieves" Anniversary update 2.0 is on its way. Check out everything new and changed in the patch notes including Shores of Gold, Arena and Hunter's Call game modes, here.
Ari Fleischer said Saddam Hussein was the "liar" who tricked President George W. Bush into thinking Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.
British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee was speaking as the web turned 30. His work was memorialized in pixelated form in today's Google Doodle.
The canyon was first found by Europeans in 1541.
Nowhere is safe— in the years since Sandy Hook, homes, concerts, movie theaters and places of worship have all been shaken by gun violence. Legislative action is long overdue.
Sandy Hook Elementary school students were dismissed for the day following the threat.
The likely mastermind was arrested by Pakistan soon after the attack but was released on bail, and is now believed to be living in relative comfort under the protection of the Pakistani intelligence services.
The Duchess of Sussex was photographed cradling her growing baby bump, per usual.