Google Reveals The 'Most Googled' Topics Of 2017Hurricane Irma, the category 5 storm which battered Florida and the Caribbean in September, was the "most Googled" search term in the U.S. and around the world this year. 
Monkey Selfies, Eclipse, Bitcoin, Lauer Top Google Searches In 2017These were some of the people, topics and memes that trended to the top of Google searches in 2017.
E.T. Found? NASA's Mystery Announcement Spurs SpeculationNASA will be addressing the specifics of their discovery on Dec. 14, which the space program says was made using a "learning machine" produced by Google.
Woman Found Dead Off Bay Trail In Sunnyvale Was Google EngineerA woman whose body was found in the water along the San Francisco Bay Trail in Sunnyvale on Thursday has been identified as a Google employee, the tech company confirmed.
Google Blocks YouTube On Amazon Devices In Escalating FeudGoogle is pulling its popular YouTube video service from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in an escalating feud that has caught consumers in the crossfire.
Google Hiring 10,000 Reviewers To Clean Up YouTubeThe company is recruiting thousands of reviewers to reduce the amount of "problematic content" on its video platform.
Google's Phones and Other Gadgets Have Had a Bumpy RideGoogle is re-learning an old adage in the technology business: Hardware is hard.
The Best Tech Gifts For 2017A review of the best gifts to get for the techie in your life this holiday season.
Facebook, Google, Twitter To Fight Fake News With 'Trust Indicators'Facebook, Google and Twitter said Thursday they have committed to using new "trust indicators" to help users better vet the reliability of the publications and journalists behind articles that appear in news feeds.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff Wants More Social Media RegulationIt's unusual to find a Silicon Valley CEO call for more government regulation. Salesforce head Marc Benioff is all for it — at least for Facebook, Twitter and Google.
Google Investigated By Missouri AG Over Antitrust ConcernsMissouri’s attorney general announced Monday that his office is investigating Google for potential violations of the state’s consumer-protection and antitrust laws.
Google: Hackers Steal Almost 250,000 Logins Each WeekGoogle is digging into the dark corners of the web to better secure people's accounts.

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