Alphabet Inc.’s Google started its appeal Monday to overturn a $5 billion antitrust fine imposed by the European Union, contending that its Android operating system for mobile devices has boosted competition rather than foreclosing it.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki won’t say definitively whether the company took down material from leading Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny at the request of Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of the country’s elections.
Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai in 2019 was warned that describing the company's Incognito browsing mode as "private" was problematic, yet it stayed the course because he did not want the feature "under the spotlight," according to a new court filing.
When the Kremlin requested that a pro-democratic Russian app be taken down by Big Tech, Google and Apple raised eyebrows by fulfilling that request.
Google is shelling out $2.1 billion for New York City office space in what may be the most expensive purchase of corporate space since the pandemic.
Apple and Google stand accused of “political censorship” after the companies removed an app created by imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny under pressure from the Kremlin.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined 10 other attorneys general in submitting an appeal in support of what Marshall describes as a Florida “free speech law under assault by Big Tech.”
The FTC's Office of Policy Planning released findings on Wednesday from a study which focused on over 600 unreported acquisitions by Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft between Jan. 1, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2019.
Eleven U.S. senators sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai condemning his company's "egregious abuse" of its "enormous market power" in silencing pro-life ads promoting abortion pill reversal treatment while allowing abortion providers to advertise abortion pills.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., is asking Google for answers, suggesting in a Wednesday letter that the search engine giant showed ideological bias towards pro-life groups.
Google abruptly removed pro-life ads pushing a treatment to reverse the abortion pill, a treatment the pro-life group Live Action claims has saved the lives of thousands of unborn babies.
A South Korea's antitrust regulator has fined Alphabet Inc's Google 207 billion won ($176.64 million) for blocking customized versions of its Android operating system (OS), in the U.S. technology giant's second setback in less than a month.
Big tech is listening to your private discussions, lawsuits claim. Should you be worried? A federal judge has given a green light for a class action lawsuit claiming that Apple's Siri voice assistant violates users’ privacy.
TikTok is catching up to video giant YouTube according to new data.Users are spending more average watch time each month viewing content on TikTok than YouTube, which “could shake up the rankings in years to come,” according to a new study from App Annie, which provides app market and advertising analytics.
Seven years after the ill-fated Google Glass, and five years after Snap rolled out Spectacles, another tech giant is trying its hand at internet-connected smart glasses, hoping that this time around things might be different and people will actually wear them.
The search engine giant Google has reportedly rolled out an “anti-racism” initiative, which suggests, among other things, that using evidence in an argument shows White privilege.
Google has temporarily locked some Afghan government email accounts in an apparent attempt to head off the Taliban’s hunt for the identities of former officials who worked with the recently collapsed US-backed administration.
Automobile quality rose last year, but glitches in pairing smartphones with infotainment systems frustrated owners more than anything, according to a large U.S. survey of auto owners.
Google and Apple Inc. will have to open their app stores to alternative payment systems in South Korea, threatening their lucrative commissions on digital sales.
Your iPhone and Android device are constantly collecting data about your activity.