Google's Spending Spree Rattles Wall StreetAlphabet, the parent company of Google, racked up $7.7 billion in capital expenditures for the first three months of 2018 on everything from real estate to undersea cables.
Google's Profit Soars Amid Data Privacy ConcernsGoogle's business is humming along despite mounting concerns over data privacy.
Beyond Facebook, Google Due for Greater ScrutinyBesides Facebook, Google, YouTube and Twitter also have giant platforms awash in personal information and their methods of serving ads against this sea of content may come under the microscope next.
Google Creates App That Teaches Adults How To CodeGoogle is now trying to help adults keep up with their tech-savvy kids by introducing an app designed to teach people how to code.
Los Angeles Councilman Blames Waze For Traffic And AccidentsA Los Angeles councilman says Google-owned Waze is creating dangerous conditions. Councilman David Ryu says increased traffic on some streets is causing accidents and damaging roads not meant for heavy traffic.
U.S. Farmers Start Using Artificial Intelligence To Monitor CowsA Dutch company has married motion sensors and artificial intelligence with the aim of bringing the barnyard into the 21st century.
Group Demands Conditions To San Jose Google Mega-CampusThe community group Silicon Valley Rising held a rally at Google's headquarters in Mountain View Thursday morning to list their demands for the search giant's proposed San Jose mega-campus.
No Foul Play In Death Of Google Employee Found In Sunnyvale CanalThe autopsy of a Google employee whose body was found floating in the water of a drainage canal in Sunnyvale in December indicated no foul play.
Google Employees Demand Company Stop Work On U.S. Military ProjectOver 3,000 employees at Google have signed an open letter to the company's leadership urging them to drop out of the Pentagon's project to equip drones with artificial intelligence.
Google Loses Android Battle And Could Owe Oracle Billions Of Dollars Google just lost a major copyright case that could cost it billions of dollars and change how tech companies approach software development.
Google Unveils Plans To Boost News Subscriptions, Combat Fake NewsGoogle says it is committing $300 million over the next three years to help "strengthen quality journalism."
Google Co-Founder's Flying Taxi Takes To The Skies In New ZealandKitty Hawk, the Silicon Valley startup backed by Page, said it is building and testing "all-electric vertical take-off and landing products" in New Zealand.

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