She's the reason you're able to work and chat from home.
Recent research shows that brain teasers don't make you smarter and don't belong in job interviews because they don't reflect real-world problems.
Google's Arts & Culture app just added a suite of prehistoric animals and NASA artifacts that are viewable for free with a smartphone.
The Silicon Valley titan has promised scholarships for its tech-focused certificate courses alongside $10 million in job training grants.
Google is probably wrong about your health condition.
Apps that warn about close contact with COVID-19 cases can help relax social distancing rules.
A pragmatic approach to fixing an imbalanced system.
Do you want Facebook or Google to control your legacy?
The BYP Network is shining light on overlooked talent in certain industries.
Interpreter, Google's language translating tool, is coming to mobile and it's poised to change our everyday conversations.
Superposition, entanglement, qubits, and Google's big announcement.
The achievement is an important milestone in quantum computing, Google's scientists said.
Employees from Amazon and Microsoft plan to join the global protest, too.
An A.I. named Aristo was able to use its language and logic skills to pass a standardized exam with flying colors.
MIT and Google researchers use deep learning to decipher ancient languages.
The report comes amid calls for antitrust investigations into big tech.
With the interest of these tech giants, it looks like cryptocurrencies are here to stay.
GenTech aren't happy about how their data is being collected and used.
Why an early Facebook investor is now Facebook's biggest critic.
Big tech is making its opening moves into the health care scene, but its focus on tech-savvy millennials may miss the mark.
The navigation tool has placed a school in the sea, among other things.
It's a "surprising trend," said Google's lead analyst for pay equity.
What does your phone know about you?
Where is your data now? Follow the money.
And you thought red-light cameras were bad...
"Didn't you see me Googling 'baby not moving?'" Gillian Brockell wrote a heartbreaking open letter to big tech companies imploring them to change the ways they target ads to users.
Project Dragonfly aims to help the Chinese government build a censored search engine that would "blacklist" information that officials don't like.
Can algorithms use collective knowledge to make us all internet explorers?
In Life After Google, George Gilder writes that we're paying a heavy cost for "free."