A forthcoming update will enable you to ask your Android TV device all kinds of questions.
The order on Yahoo from a secret court last year resulted from the government's drive to change decades of interpretation of the Fourth Amendment right of people to be secure against 'unreasonable searches and seizures.'
Similar lawsuits in the past have faced an uphill fight because of strong protections in U.S. federal law for the technology industry.
The company allegedly runs an internal spying program and even prohibits employees from writing a novel about working in Silicon Valley.
Guess what, Sen. Stevens? The Internet really is a series of tubes.
The search giant released its top queries of the year.
The company has ramped up efforts to hire Republican lobbying firms and in-house lobbyists to change the composition of its Washington office.
The name stands for "a new way forward in mobility."
Did you know that Pepsi used to be called 'Brad's Drink'?
These sites can really give you some insight on the rises and falls of some of the biggest businesses in the internet age.
The Google Drive team is building a Slack bot to ensure you never miss a notification.
It is ramping up investments in wind and solar power for its data centers.
Trusted Contacts will give out your location, even when you can't access your phone.
VR is growing up.
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