The DOJ antitrust case against Google is an important landmark for the digital economy.
The lawsuit comes more than a year after the DOJ and Federal Trade Commission began antitrust investigations into four big tech companies.
A scathing 449-page report by a House panel describes instances where Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google misused their power for profit.
Android creator Andy Rubin, accused of sexual harassment, was given a severance package worth $240 million, according to the lawsuit.
Eric Trump searched for the word "mob," received images from the anime "Mob Psycho 100," and immediately thought a conspiracy was afoot.
The 2013 Vince Vaughn movie was a two-hour "Google commercial," but it advertised all the wrong things.
Leaders from Facebook, Amazon, Google and Apple answer for their companies’ practices as a House panel caps its yearlong antitrust investigation.
Google shared insights into Americans' frozen treat preferences ahead of National Ice Cream Day.
The pop star sings "Apologize To My Infant" on "The Tonight Show" and her career will never be the same.
An internal letter distributed amongst Google employees argues that the tech giant "should not be in the business of profiting from racist policing.”