'We Are Really At A Crisis Point For Our Democracy, Economy': Sally Hubbard On Big Tech Corporations & Book 'Monopolies Suck'Big corporations like Facebook, Amazon and Apple dominate our lives, but do they have our best intentions in mind? Sally Hubbard explains why monopolies are ruining our democracy and economy.
Department Of Justice Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against GoogleThe Justice Department alleges that Google paid billions of dollars to Apple, other mobile-phone manufacturers and web browser companies in order for those companies to maintain Google as their default search engine.
No App Needed: All Android Users In Calif. To Get Earthquake AlertsCalifornians with Android phones will no longer need to download the MyShake app.
Smartphone Apps May Help Track Coronavirus Hot Spots, But Could Cost Us Our PrivacyTech giants and rivals Google and Apple are working together to create a smartphone app to help track coronavirus, but even if they build it, will the people come?
Google 'Mobility Reports' Show Traffic Plunging At LA County Restaurants, Transit HubsThe reports are aimed at analyzing how statewide stay-at-home policies have impacted the way communities gather.
Google Leases Former Westside Pavilion Property For New CampusGoogle signed a 14-year lease on a nearly 600,000-square-foot property that used to be part of the Westside Pavilion mall.
Google Walkout: Employees Protest Over Sexual Harassment ScandalsGoogle workers around the world walked off the job to protest its lenient treatment of executives accused of sexual misconduct.
Waymo Gets Green Light To Test Driverless CarsWaymo is the first among dozens of companies testing self-driving cars in California to persuade state regulators its technology is safe enough to permit them on the roads without a safety driver in them.
Google Gets Green Light To Test Driverless Cars In CaliforniaGet ready for fully driverless cars to hit the roads across California.
YouTube Service Restored After Users Experience Worldwide OutageYouTube service was restored Tuesday night after the Google-owned streaming company went dark for users worldwide.
Google+ To Shut Down Permanently After Data BreachA vulnerability in the Google+ social network exposed the personal data of "hundreds of thousands" of people using the site between 2015 and March 2018, according to a report Monday by the Wall Street Journal.