Google wants Jonathan Kanter to recuse himself from DOJ’s antitrust case against the company.
The decision comes amid increased warnings about the threat of global warming ahead of the U.N. climate summit later this month.
The app, supported by imprisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny, tells voters which candidates are likely to defeat those backed by Russian authorities.
The tech giant also pushed back its return-to-office date to mid-October.
The former president said he’s seeking “potentially trillions of dollars” in damages.
“Senators, this is not curation as we’ve been told," said Match Group lawyer Jared Sine. "It is iron-fisted monopoly control.”
Google Trends data from March 2020 to the present shows what people across the U.S. are drinking the most.
In honor of Pi Day, Google shared data on Americans' sweet and savory preferences.
The GOP-sponsored bill has spurred opposition from an unusual political alignment -- Democrats, big tech and conservative groups.
Facebook’s cooperation is a major victory in Australian efforts to make the gateways to the Internet pay for the journalism that they use.
In honor of National Pizza Day, Google shared its data on America's preferences.
"Homework is basically which parent is better at Google."
Google revealed the Big Game dishes people are craving, from chili to birria tacos.
"When you find out your wife actually *did* Google you before your first blind date," Douglas Emhoff later wrote on Instagram.
Amazon joined the growing list of companies cracking down on incitement to violence in the wake of the Capitol attack by Trump supporters.
YouTube terminates Steve Bannon's "War Room" podcast, Parler is booted from Google Play and Reddit shuts down Trump and Conspiracy subreddits.
Texas AG says the tech giant eliminates its competition and "crowned itself the king of online advertising.”
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.