Google Bows To Worker Pressure On Sexual Misconduct PolicyOne week after a company walkout, Google is promising to be more forceful and open about its handling of sexual misconduct cases.
Google Employees Walk Out To Protest Treatment Of WomenHundreds of Google engineers and other workers around the world walked off the job to protest the internet company's lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct.
YouTube Fixes 'Access Issues' That Caused Widespread OutageYouTube, the second most visited website in the world, had experienced an outage across its various platforms Tuesday night for more than an hour.
Google's Waze Expands Carpooling Service Throughout U.S.Google will soon begin offering its pay-to-carpool service throughout the U.S.
President Trump Says Google Searches Rigged, DFW Expert DisagreesSEO expert Bill Hartzer says he doesn't believe Google itself is biased and says search results depend on the what the user types and the content that pops up.
How To Find And Delete Where Google Knows You've BeenEven if you have "Location History" off, Google often stores your precise location. Here's how to delete those markers.
Tech Giants Still Stumbling In The Social World They CreatedWho knew connecting the world could get so complicated? Perhaps some of technology's brightest minds should have seen that coming.
Android's 'Pie' Software Update Rolls Out To Pixel PhonesThe next version of Google's Android system is called Pie, continuing the trend of naming versions after sweet treats. Pie is available on Pixel phones starting Monday.
Google Buys Land In North Texas For Data CenterGoogle has purchased 375 acres in Midlothian for a new data center.
Apple Is Within Striking Distance Of $1 Trillion ValueApple is currently worth about $935 billion. The stock needs to go up more than 7 percent for it to top the trillion dollar mark -- that's a one with 12 zeroes -- and it could happen soon.
"Stephen King Library" Coming To A Smart Speaker Near YouThe "Stephen King Library" is available for free from CBS sister company Simon & Schuster, and offers recommendations from 56 of King's beloved books.
Facebook, Google Sues Over Political AdsWashington's Attorney General has sued Facebook and Google, saying the companies failed to maintain information about political advertising.