News and Articles About Google
The 30-day reporting window is history.
On Maps, Google is with you every step of the way. But you can do something about it.
It would specifically target adverts deemed "beneath a threshold of consumer acceptability."
The real star of the new Google Earth, now on Chrome and Android, is Voyager, which the company calls 'a showcase of interactive guided tours.'
Step aside, Pinterest. Google is bringing styling ideas to Image Search.
It appears Google has stopped the fun (or aggravation) but for awhile, Google Home responded to a Burger King TV ad with Whopper facts.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation offers its employees 52 weeks of paid parental leave and unlimited vacation days.
Not everyone can draw, so Google created an AI that turns our terrible sketches into works of art.
The company pushes back on a Department of Labor report, and says it 'conducts rigorous, annual analyses' to make sure it adheres to equal pay practices.
The ride-hailing company admits it's still using off-the-shelf components.
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Snapchat, YouTube and Oreos all loom large for Generation Z.
Google-owned YouTube, which relies on big brands' advertising, could take a 7.5 percent hit to its estimated 2017 revenues of $10.2 billion.
The company expects to start rolling out the feature worldwide to its iOS and Android Maps apps soon.
Google is making good on a promise to more closely monitor advertisements that appear alongside YouTube videos and give brands more control over where their ads appear.