Google is testing out a new streaming service, which includes the ability to play high-end games right from your browser.
Kremlin critics are setting up rallies against one of Russia's least popular policies in years.
The man behind early color photographs of Leo Tolstoy and pre-revolutionary Russia, Prokudin-Gorsky was born 155 years ago today.
"These people ought to be controlled, they ought to be regulated," Bannon said.
Google “must comply with the requirements of the law,” a now-deleted state media article read.
Android Police first discovered the new addition during its analysis of Google Maps’ 9.71 beta.
The fine will only take the company two weeks to pay, however.
The Google email client is reportedly letting hundreds of developers scan inboxes and, in some cases, even read conversations.
Dozens of suspicious guides, some uploaded months ago, have racked up millions of views on the Google-owned video platform.
The U.S. tech company confirmed it will still help the military with cybersecurity, training, military recruitment, and more.
The Google search page listed Nazism as an ideology of the California Republican Party.
Hundreds of AI experts and rights campaigners have called on Google to cease work on the program.
Google is promising a “simple, more approachable Android." But can it deliver?
Google is billing Duplex as the next step in human-computer interaction. But what about ethics?
Gmail updates will start rolling out to users this week; here's how to test them out.
YouTube said it removed more than 8 million videos between October and December 2017.
YouTube reportedly ran ads linked to Facebook, Amazon and even the U.S. government on extremist channels.
Facebook scoops up users' data as they navigate across the internet, but its far from the only one.
The U.S., U.K. and France joined strikes on Syria to punish the Assad regime for using chemical weapons.