Time to add another workplace acronym to your glossary: BYOS — Bring Your Own Stapler.
Google Docs’ new inclusive writing tool needs some work.
A Florida restaurant group says Google is nabbing customers’ orders by sending them to an “unauthorized online storefront.”
It appears Google’s tightening its hardware-software gap through sound.
The search giant has a long way to go to catch up to AWS.
New unredacted evidence reveals that Facebook and Google CEOs knew about the Jedi Blue ad-rigging scheme.
Chrome commands ~70% of the browser market, but competitors are making big investments to change that.
Another round of The Facebook Papers highlight shortcomings in the platform’s safety. Meanwhile, Google’s monopolistic ad exchange model is exposed in an unredacted lawsuit.
Google is releasing updates across Search, Travel, and Home products to help users become more sustainable.
Google is using machine learning technology to revamp its search product and provide more comprehensive results.
Google has transformed how Gen Z uses computers -- leading to more use of search tools and less reliance on folders for organization.
Google’s DeepMind unit has predicted the shape of 350k+ proteins, which can have huge implications for health and medicine.
Google is using AI to make its search engine more conversational.
Google is innovating across the board, and that includes Google Docs.
One reason that the FTC didn’t file monopoly charges against Google in the 2010s: It thought the mobile search market was too small.
Google now offers fast-track certification for project management, data analytics, and user experience (UX) design.
Neeva is trying to build a privacy-first search engine from scratch. It’s got the right team for the job.
Google says it will stop selling ads based on individual browsing history.
Last year, Google was planning to hire thousands to make video games. It just shut down its in-house gaming studios.
Teachers may not approve, but Wikipedia is one of the world’s most popular websites, with 22B visits each month. It turns 20 this week.
Yubico created a dongle to fix the 2FA process. Now, 9 of the world’s 10 biggest tech companies use it.
Star AI researcher Timnit Gebru has a new paper highlighting problems with Google’s AI models. Did the company force her out for it?
Google Pay is re-launching with features from all its competitors.
With the US government looking to bring an antitrust case against Google, the search giant could use American Express’ playbook to defend itself.
If you think you spend a lot of money on random subscriptions, check out how much these big internet companies spend on the cloud.
Zoom’s meteoric rise in the video chat space is a lesson in the unbundling of G Suite. What are the other opportunities?
Why is Amazon supporting a bill that would make it liable for 3rd-party sellers on its platform?