New Google Chrome Extension Erases Names, Photos Of Mass KillersA newly launched Google Chrome plug-in removes mass shooters' names and photos from major news websites in hopes of curbing future attacks by copycats who have a "desire for notoriety."
Google In Advanced Talks With Fiat Chrysler On Self-Driving Car ProjectFiat Chrysler and Google’s self-driving car project are in advanced talks to form a technical partnership.
Anti-Trump Activists Demand Google Drop Republican National Convention SponsorshipProtesters will descend on Google headquarters in Mountain View on Thursday to demand that the company cancel its plans to sponsor the Republican National Convention.
Automakers, Tech Experts Meet At Stanford To Discuss Future Of Self-Driving CarsAutomakers, technology experts, and several auto companies from around the globe held a meeting at Stanford Wednesday to talk about the future of self-driving cars.
Mötley Crüe's Nikki Sixx Lobbies For Better Pay For Artists On YouTubeAppealing to the company's "don't be evil" ethos, Sixx claims that artists are currently shut out of profits...
Feinstein's Anti-Encryption Bill Provokes Fear In Silicon Valley Tech FirmsU.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) is making enemies in Silicon Valley with a new anti-encryption bill.
Supreme Court Rejects Authors' Challenge To Google Online Book LibraryThe Supreme Court has ruled Google can provide small portions of the books to the public without violating copyright laws.
Verizon, Google Reportedly Planning To Bid On YahooAfter a push to stay afloat, it seems Yahoo is done fighting and big names in tech are reportedly placing their bids for the Sunnyvale-based internet pioneer.
Ooops! Google's April Fools' Day Prank BackfiresAn April Fools' Day joke created by Google as an add-on to Gmail, intended to amuse, jumped up and bit the Internet giant when users complained en masse about the "stupid prank."
160 Trees Being Cut Down For Google Building In Mountain View Not Worth A Fight, Non-Profit SaysPlans for a new Google building in Mountain View call for the removal of 160 trees, the majority of them “heritage trees.”
Tech Giants Join Rebuke Of North Carolina Law Blocking LGBT RightsTechnology giants Apple, Google and Facebook are among a dozen big companies or their top executives objecting to a North Carolina law that bars municipalities from adopting their own anti-discrimination ordinances.
Clinton Emails Show State Department's Close Relationship With GoogleThe latest release of emails sent to and from Hillary Clinton's private email server reveals a close relationship between Google and the State Department.

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