If you feel like some important places on the internet have been getting worse, you're not alone. In fact, there has been a whole lot of action in the last 12 months.
The maker of Fortnite sued three years ago, alleging that Google abused its power to shield its Play Store from competition in order to protect a gold mine that makes billions of dollars annually.
Nine artists including T-Pain, Demi Lovato and Charlie Puth have granted Google permission to use their singing voices for the new tool, Dream Track.
The popular messaging app became one of the only major social media platforms that permitted accounts with ties to Hamas.
For 25 years, Google has shaped the internet. Now, artificial intelligence threatens to change everything.
A new report finds Google makes millions of dollars in ad buys from anti-abortion "pregnancy centers" that aim to divert women who are seeking abortion care.
The Google-owned video platform's reversal comes as former President Donald Trump continues to baselessly claim the 2020 election was stolen
The number of openings in the technology field is still high, and tech jobs continue to be attractive to workers looking for stable, lucrative careers.
Google's Bard, an answer to Microsoft's ChatGPT, delivered a factual error in a search demo that the company shared widely. That sent Alphabet's market value plummeting this week.
The layoffs at Google follow similarly huge cuts at Microsoft, Amazon and Salesforce. Tech companies who hired rapidly during the pandemic now face fears of recession.