A new brand of Google phone is expected to make an appearance next week.
A controversial transition regarding internet oversight is set to occur on Saturday, and while the tech industry largely seems to supports it, others say: not so fast.
Hillary Clinton led in Google searches during Monday’s fiery first presidential debate, although Donald Trump was the most discussed candidate on Twitter.
The product that all of Silicon Valley seems to be focusing on is a voice-controlled speaker that's capable of carrying out tasks based on your voice command.
Twitter's stock is surging following a report that the social media company, forever struggling in Facebook's shadow, is close to a sale.
Google+ experienced a brief outage Thursday, prompting users to vent their frustration on social media.
Microsoft’s search engine Bing has sparked controversy after translating the word “Daesh”-- an acronym that refers to the fundamentalist group Islamic State— as “Saudi Arabia.”
Because there aren't already enough distractions on the internet already, Google just added solitaire and tic-tac-toe to Search. And animal noises.
A Canadian man used images from Google's Street View to fight a speeding ticket in court. The judge dropped the ticket, but the police maintains that the driver was going nearly 20...
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