Tagged With Alphabet

How a former soldier went from self-taught truck driver to helping Alphabet's Waymo usher in the era of self-driving semis

Google confirms it will buy smart glasses maker North, in a move that hints at higher ambition in augmented reality tech

Google's parent Alphabet is reportedly in 'final stages' to buy smart glasses maker North, as the augmented reality race with Apple heats up

Footpath Labs has laid off half of its Toronto employees after the Alphabet moonshot abandoned plans for a $900 million smart city

Google is revamping its privacy policies and says it will now auto-delete search and location data by default for new users

Amazon, Google, Apple, and other tech companies are speaking out against Trump's freeze on immigrant work visas

Google pledges to introduce 'racial consciousness' training for employees and boost diversity among its leadership ranks

European regulators just set a July 20 deadline to decide whether they will allow Google's Fitbit deal to pass

Apple and Google are facing pressure from New York's Attorney General to impose stricter privacy rules on contact tracing apps that are currently flooding their app stores

Google Pay might soon become a one-stop-shop in the US, as the company reportedly plans to add merchant buttons inside the app

Google fires back at Sonos with its own lawsuit after the smart speaker company sued it over alleged patent infringement

A growing number of Black Google employees are reportedly unhappy with how the company responded to the George Floyd protests, and criticised its scaling back of diversity programs

YouTube just pledged a $100 million fund to support Black creators on its platform while also vowing to tackle harassment

Google just rolled out new Maps features to help you avoid both crowds and delays to make travelling during the pandemic safer

Google CEO Sundar Pichai delivered a message to the class of 2020: Be open, be impatient, and be hopeful

Google filed a motion to dismiss a New Mexico lawsuit that says the company's educational tools broke children's privacy laws

Google CEO Sundar Pichai called for a companywide moment of silence to recognise George Floyd: 'Our Black community is hurting, and many of us are searching for ways to stand up for what we believe'

Google has rescinded thousands of job offers to temporary and contract workers, as the company continues to feel the sting of the pandemic

Google is facing antitrust scrutiny in India for unfairly promoting its Google Pay app over competitors

Google will reopen offices starting July 6 for a small number of employees, but warns that things will 'look and feel different' than when they left