Gerrit De Vynck
Conversation around privacy that’s dominated the tech world in the past year has been front and center at CES.
Google is trying to position its assistant as the smartest of the bunch, based on its work in artificial intelligence.
IBM’s documents are at a center of a lawsuit against IBM by a former executive who says he was fired based on his age.
LA County Sues IBM's Weather Channel for User Location Tracking
JD.com's Liu Won't Be Charged After Sexual Assault Investigation
IBM Says No Evidence That ‘Sensitive’ Data Was Taken by Hackers
Facebook, Google Foot-Dragging Over Russia Emboldens Regulators
The Key Engineer in Uber and Google Self-Driving Lawsuit Is Back
Google sometimes gave information in PDFs, which made it hard for researchers to analyze the data with computer programs.
Google, which famously adopted the creed “Don’t be evil,” has fallen into a corporate club previously filled by oil companies
Google's Cloud Unit Won't Sell a Type of Facial Recognition Tech
Investors Are Obsessed With Handmade Crafts Right Now
“Right now, we have no plans to launch in China,” Pichai said during a congressional hearing on Tuesday.
More than 50 human rights organizations signed joint letter.
Google CEO Faces First Congressional Hearing: What to Watch
Cisco’s Errant China-Travel Alert Shows Tech’s Post-Huawei Alarm
Epic Games Inc., maker of the monster hit Fortnite, announced a new online store this week.
A group of Google employees wrote to Sundar Pichai demanding better conditions for the thousands of contractors.
Google Workers Sign Letter Seeking End to China Search Project
Airbnb Poaches Amazon Executive for New CFO to Lead It to IPO
Facebook’s head of communications and policy said he is responsible for hiring a controversial public relations firm