Google Secret Project 'Dragonfly' Gets Backlash From EmployeesA secret Google project to reportedly develop a censored version of the Internet search engine for China has left from more than a thousand employees of the company outraged.
Google Clarifies It Tracks Users Who Pause Location HistoryGoogle has changed a help page that erroneously described how its “Location History” setting works, clarifying for users that it still tracks their location even if they turn the setting off.
Google Gets Earful From San Jose Residents Worried About Mega CampusThe tech giant received an earful from people concerned about high rents and gentrification at a community meeting Monday night.
Google Plans $600 Million Data Center Expansion In South CarolinaGoogle plans a $600 million expansion of its data center in South Carolina.
Google Tracks Your Movements, Like It Or NotGoogle wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to.
Europe Fines Google $5 Billion For Abusing Its Android DominanceThe company was ordered by the European Commission on Wednesday to pay €4.34 billion ($5 billion) for unfairly pushing its apps on smartphone users and thwarting competitors.
'Call Girl Killer' Faces Extradition In Georgia Death CaseProsecutors will seek extradition of a woman convicted in a Google executive's overdose death so she can face separate charges in the deadly overdose of her boyfriend near Atlanta.
Google's Surfer Dude Phone Bot Ready For Real World Debut Google prepares to release Duplex, an AI-assisted assistant that sounds like a California surfer and made a stir in May when CEO Sundar Pichai unveiled it at its Google I/O developer conference.
'Call Girl Killer' Describes Google Exec's Death After Night Of Drugs, But No SexAlix Tichelman was known as the ‘Call Girl Killer,’ and convicted in the heroin overdose death of Google executive Forrest Hayes. Now, she is telling her side of the story.
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Google Pledges Not to Use AI for Weapons or SurveillanceGoogle pledged Thursday it won't use artificial intelligence in applications related to weapons or surveillance that violates international norms.
Employee Confronts Google Executives Over Diversity At Shareholders' Meeting Google employees are speaking up about their concerns with how the company is handling diversity.