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In its quarterly earnings report, Alphabet Inc.'s Google admits to slow Pixel smartphone sales, and hints at new hardware at I/O 2019.
According to a recent Reuters report that claims to have seen a document, Google will likely admit to making past privacy "mistakes".
In a recent set of Tweets, President Trump accused Google of rigging search results. The White House will look into the matter.
In response to a lawmaker inquiry, Apple made it clear that iPhones are not listening in on users while waiting for the Hey Siri wake-up command.
Facebook will surely recover from this bad business day and hopefully it will regain the trust lost after the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal
Google has been fined more than €4 billion for tying up Android with its search and web services. We've updated this story with a statement from Google.
Google's parent company has been experimenting with ways to distribute internet access from balloons miles up in the air.
Internet from balloons is getting around to AT&T and T-Mobile customers on Puerto Rico as the recovery from two powerful hurricane continues.
There's one piece of good news for the Pixel 2 as sales from day one are way up from the Pixel. But it's just day one. What now?
AT&T has already been distributing its service through balloons high above the island through Project Loon's special signal.
Alphabet is providing the "towers," AT&T is providing the service and Apple is providing the capable for iPhones to connect better on the storm-torn island.
The chief of Loon, Inc. makes it clear that it's not here as a charity effort forever, but it has yet to leave Alphabet's moonshot "X" lab.
The balloon-based cellular transmission project from Google parent Alphabet will deliver 900MHz service in partnership with local carriers.
HTC is struggling to reach 1% market share, and Google is selling directly to consumers. What does Google's partnership with HTC mean for you?
Health monitoring is clearly a bigger and bigger research focus for both Apple and Google, with the latter now the proud owner of an impressive startup.
Specifically, Rubin's homebrew. Since he was one of the creators of Android, it wasn't exactly a surprise that his smartphone would sport it, but...
The US's number two ride-hailing app has been looking for a big backer to help it compete against Uber. Uber had its own thoughts, too.
The companies failed to reach a settlement after their first trial ended in a hung jury. Oracle wants Google to pay up for using Java in its Android OS.
But Tony Fadell also took the time to address Google and Alphabet staff of some concerning HR stories that painted a bad work culture at Nest.
We're learning that the Google-bought maker of connected appliances might be financially letting down Alphabet.
Apple easily retains the title of world's most valuable brand, according to a new market report, with Google a distant second, and Samsung coming in third.
Can you guess what Eric Schmidt's daily driver phone is? A Nexus? Latest-generation Samsung Galaxy S? LG G4? Guess again.
The Nest Learning Thermostat will be the first product to connect to Amazon's voice assistance service as IoT partners continue to flock to Alexa.