Philip Paxson, a medical device salesman and father of two, drowned last September after his Jeep Gladiator plunged into a creek.
Nayib Bukele, president of El Salvador, recently traveled to the Bay Area to sign a deal with Google Cloud to open a technology hub in the Central American country.
Google is testing a new feature on YouTube to help users find songs they can't name by allowing them to hum or record the tune. This feature, currently in experimentation, is available only to select users globally on Android devices.
Waymo and Cruise may soon win approval to allow their self-driving taxis to rove San Francisco streets 24 hours a day.
This latest update offers more control for users to review and delete sensitive information from searches.
When someone searches for suicide-related terms, they’ll see a prompt with conversation starters they can send via text in an effort to “reduce the stigma” of reaching out for help.
The U.S. Virgin Islands government says it's unable to locate Google co-founder Larry Page to serve him a subpoena in an ongoing lawsuit against JPMorgan Chase for allegedly enabling Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring, a new federal filing revealed.
If you bought a flight ticket and the price dropped, air travelers could be eligible for a refund through Google’s new program.
During arguments, several justices underscored that there was no evidence linking Twitter, Facebook and Google directly to the 2017 attack on the Reina nightclub in Istanbul.
With a workforce of more than 156,000 people, Mountain View-based Google ranked 11th best large employer in America, according to a new Forbes survey. No Bay Area company made the top ten.
Subpoenas have been sent to the chief executives of the five largest tech companies as congressional Republicans moved to investigate what they assert is widespread corporate censorship of conservative voices House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan issued the subpoenas Wednesday as the latest in a series of escalations by a party that has long promised to investigate Big Tech’s content moderation.
Google’s chatbot is supposed to be able to explain complex subjects such as outer space discoveries in terms simple enough for a child to understand.
The Justice Department joined California and more than half a dozen other states to file a lawsuit against Mountain View-based Google on Tuesday, accusing the company of harming competition by dominating the online advertising market.
Google has become the latest tech company to trim staff after rapid expansions during the COVID-19 pandemic have worn off.
Google apologized after the definition of 'Jew' that appeared first was listed as an offensive verb.
A select group of San Jose residents have the job of spending about $155 million from Google--and they're ready to get to work.
Google will have to delete search results about people in Europe if they can prove that the information is clearly wrong, judges have ruled.
Google mistakenly paid a man $250,000, and didn't realize it until he reached out to them. The search engine giant blamed the payment on "human error."
Google said it will delete entries from a person’s location history if it detects a visit to an abortion clinic
One of the plaintiffs says they wanted Google to change its practices, evaluate women’s work performances fairly and pay women equally to men.