An animal rights group has sued YouTube claiming the company has not enforced its ban on videos showing animal abuse.
Google launched a new tool that lets users choose flights based on carbon emissions just as they would price or the number of layovers.
Big tech companies are requiring that their employees get their shots in order to return to work.
Donald Trump announced Wednesday he was serving as lead plaintiff in the class-action suits, claiming he has been wrongfully censored by the companies.
Google announced this week it’s taking several major steps to help get vaccines to more people, including opening several of its own mass vaccination clinics.
A group of Google engineers and other workers announced Monday they have formed a union, creating a rare foothold for labor organizers in Silicon Valley.
Dozens of states filed an anti-trust lawsuit against Google on Thursday, alleging that the search giant has an illegal monopoly over the online search market that hurts consumers and advertisers.
Google is seeing a spike in searches ahead of election day. Specifically, people are asking if they can change their vote in Texas.
Austin Transportation says that it is continuing to improve the ease of access to curb space for residents and visitors to quickly access services and business, making the City of Austin the first city in which drivers have the option to pay for parking directly within Google Maps.
Google’s Aug. 5 doodle is serving as a friendly reminder of the importance of mask wearing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Google had previously told its employees to expect to work from home until at least the end of 2020.
The tech behemoth will offer three new certificate programs in Data Analytics, Project Management, and UX Design, according to a July 13 news release.
Thousands of employees are asking the company to stop selling tech to law enforcement.
Google celebrated the achievements of black Americans with a commercial and website highlighting who and what was "the most searched."
A new survey has found that turning to Google for health issues may be doing some patients more harm than good, with two in five respondents found to have falsely convinced themselves they had a serious disease after browsing the web.
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