Big Tech came together Wednesday to cheer President Biden's inauguration and his first executive orders as the 46th president of the United States.
Google CEO Sunday Pichai sent an email to employees Wednesday apologizing for the way that the company handled the dismissal of AI researcher Timnit Gebru earlier this month, Axios reports.
Section 230 is a key provision under the Communications Decency Act, which shields online companies from being held liable for the content their users create.
Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Friday it was introducing new features across its search engine, Maps and voice assistant to help voters in the United States find their nearest voting locations.
Google employs 120,000 people around the world with more than 75,000 in the U.S
The U.S. House Judiciary's Subcommitee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law has released Apple CEO Tim Cook's prepared opening statement ahead of his testimony as part of an antitrust probe on Wednesday.
Jeff Bezos will tell a House Committee Wednesday that Amazon is a classic American company with an “obsessive customer focus” that employs more than a million people.
Google had a technical issue Tuesday morning that temporarily removed the homepages of several news sites, both conservative and liberal, from its search results.
It would continue the regulatory fight between Washington legislators and Silicon Valley tech giants.
Google announced today that it will make it easier for users to auto-delete their data and enter Incognito mode.
Tech executives like Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai say they benefit from a global talent supply.
Sen. Ted Cruz is sending a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai regarding the company's threat to block ads from The Federalist.
Pichai said the company could see 60 percent of its employees coming in "once a week, or something like that."
The majority of Google employees will likely work from home until 2021.
CEO Sundar Pichai will give an additional contribution of $1 million.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai confirmed Naughton will be assuming another position at the company in a statement.
Investors wrestle with mixed quarterly results.
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet urged regulators to take a "proportionate approach" when drafting rules for AI
Google’s co-founders are relinquishing their executive positions.
Sundar Pichai responded suggesting Marc Benioff run for office in 2020.