Owing much of its wealth and power to its dominant search engine, Google quickly expanded from a Web tool to a hardware and software maker. Today, Google maintains the Android mobile OS, Chrome Web browser, Chrome OS, YouTube, and a suite of Web apps such as Gmail, Google Drive, and the Google+ social network.
Google employees won’t be allowed to speak out against YouTube during Pride
The announcement further sours the feelings of LGBTQ employees.
3 ways to secure your Nest cameras
Follow these tips to help keep hackers from accessing your Nest account.
New bill wants tech companies to tell you how much your data is worth
The bill is expected to be introduced today.
Here’s every game coming to Google Stadia at launch
The new generation of gaming is here, and it's carrying some heavyweights.
Augmented reality is coming to Google Search
See what that couch looks like in your living room before buying it.
New Google feature will let users auto-delete location data
Have your data automatically wiped every three or 18 months.
Dems’ 2020 strategy: Policy onstage, polarization on Facebook
In a rush to gather support, Dems and their supporters are turning to hot-button issues.
How to use Google Home as an intercom system
Learn how to broadcast messages between your Google Home smart speakers, phone, and tablet no matter where you are.
Law enforcement using Google location history to find potential suspects
Google's 'Sensorvault' is a treasure trove of information for law enforcement.
Where do 2020 Democratic candidates stand on internet privacy?
It's becoming a major 2020 campaign issue.
Facebook to reportedly testify before Senate about ‘censorship’
Twitter and Google are testifying, too.