Not funding enough
America has "dropped the ball" in funding for basic research, according to former Google chief executive Eric Schmidt.
Multi-billion pound law suit
Search engine outfit Google faces a multibillion-dollar lawsuit in the UK over claims that YouTube routinely breaks privacy laws by tracking children online.
Charged with making offers no one can refuse
Italy’s competition authority has opened an investigation into cloud storage services operated by Apple, Dropbox and Google, in response to a number of complaints alleging unfair commercial practices.
Barr wants Google in court now even if lawyers think they will get a good kicking
The Justice Department plans to bring an antitrust case against Google as soon as this month, after Attorney General William P. Barr overruled career lawyers who said they needed more time to build a strong case against one of the world's wealthiest, most formidable technology companies.
Annoying website which stuffs up Google search links and serves up images you can’t actually access, Pinterest has spent a fortune cancelling its large San Francisco office lease.
90Hz display and ultra-wide camera in tow
While Pixel 4a is already up and about as one of the best value smartphone, all eyes are now pointed at the upcoming Pixel 5, which should end up with the Snapdragon 765G SoC, 90Hz screen, and a better camera system.
You have to list these sorts of risks when you do an IPO
Unity Software, a San Francisco-based company known for its popular video game engine, has filed to go public on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "U".
Anti-trust investigations for everyone
The US Justice Department is moving “full-tilt” on its antitrust investigation of Google and other Big Tech platforms.
The Volish love of open stuff takes on Google
While the world worries about the governance of Google's Istio service mesh, Microsoft has seen an opportunity to offer a simple and truly open alternative.