Like something out of a comic book, the tech giants biggest competitors in the coming years will likely be themselves... from the past.
The digital assistants are now being used regularly by 47 million people and another 10 percent of the country is expected to buy a smart speaker by the end of 2018.
Loretta Lee said her drinks were spiked, she was asked for a "horizontal hug" and once found a male colleague crawling under her desk.
Tim Chevalier, who identifies as disabled, queer and transgender has said Google fired him to avoid dealing with workplace discrimination.
Former White House adviser says America needs to catch up with Europe in protecting its citizens' data.
Google's previous moonshots have included modular smartphones, balloon-based internet and self-driving cars.
Google believes the solution to the "good morning" madness is its new app, Files Go, which chooses specific files for possible deletion.
News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to make carriage payments to trusted news sources.
Sundar Pichai said AI is one of the most important things humanity is working on.
The wildly popular app has started to raise some concerns about data privacy.
This suit comes on the heels of another filed by a group of women alleging gender discrimination.
The Hollywood star was recognized for breaking gender norms.
The NORAD program has some new features this year, and Google is making it more fun, too.
Santa Claws is coming to town.
The news is under tight wraps, but spoiler alert: It's definitely not Nibiru.
LinkedIn carried some of the jihadi content for eight years.
Why was an Italian television presenter searched more in 2017 than Melania Trump and Harvey Weinstein?
This year's most searched terms give an insight into our collective curiosities and preoccupations.
Tens of thousands of Russians hope to see virtual assistant Alisa replace Vladimir Putin in office, but the cyber personality has a dark side.
Wind farms in Oklahoma, Iowa and South Dakota will help power Google's global operations.