Google says it will begin deleting inactive accounts
If you haven’t logged into your Google account in a while, here's what you need to do in order to avoid losing access to Gmail, YouTube or Google Photos accounts.
Google to add pre-written text prompts to suicide-related search results
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.
Google is adding AI to search engines: Here's how it will work
People in the U.S. can join a waitlist to test how Google will incorporate AI into its search engine.
Jeffrey Epstein-related suit: Virgin Islands says it can’t find Google co-founder Larry Page
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.
Google launches no-password log in feature
The passkey feature gives users a new option over a password or two-step verification.
Apple, Google team up to stop creepy tracking tactics
The two companies submitted a proposal to set standards for combatting secret surveillance on Apple’s AirTag trackers and similar devices.
Google Flight testing price guarantee, will refund if your air ticket gets cheaper
If you bought a flight ticket and the price dropped, air travelers could be eligible for a refund through Google’s new program.
Supreme Court seems to favor social media companies in terror case
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.
Google expanding misinformation 'prebunking' campaign in Europe
Last year, Google tested the idea in Europe by airing short advertisement-length videos explaining how misinformation can trick the brain. "Prebunking" primes a person's critical thinking skills to make them more resistant to false claims.
Heard of ChatGPT? Google just unveiled Bard, a rival to the popular AI chatbot
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.
Google cutting 12,000 jobs as tech industry layoffs widen
Google has become the latest tech company to trim staff after rapid expansions during the COVID-19 pandemic have worn off.
Google apologizes for controversial definition of 'Jew' on search engine
Google apologized after the definition of 'Jew' that appeared first was listed as an offensive verb.
In Europe, Google must delete inaccurate search info if asked, court rules
Google will have to delete search results about people in Europe if they can prove that the information is clearly wrong, judges have ruled.
More than 200 US Google employees form labor union
About 225 employees at Google and its parent company Alphabet are the first dues-paying members of the Alphabet Workers Union.
Senate comments on upcoming hearing with big tech CEOs
CEOs from Twitter, Facebook and Google are set to appear before the Senate on Wednesday, Oct. 28.
Brands pledge support of Black Lives Matter movement
Several brands and celebrities have pledged donations in support of causes fighting for racial justice.
Google highlights black success ahead of Black History Month
Google celebrated the achievements of black Americans with a commercial and website highlighting who and what was "the most searched."
These were the top 5 internet searches of 2019, according to Google trends
As 2019 draws to a close, here's a look back at the top 5 internet searches of the year, according to Google trends.
FAA OK's first drone delivery in U.S.
Wing is the first drone delivery company to be awarded an air carrier certification by the Federal Aviation Administration.