Warning: Apple, Google Remove ToTok After App Is Classified As A Foreign Spy ToolA popular messaging app that enables users to chat by video or text message is actually a secret spying tool for United Arab Emirates, according to American intelligence officials and a New York Times investigation.
Spider-Man Tops List Of Most-Searched For Halloween Costume In SacramentoIf the most-Googled costume is any indication, there will be a lot of “It” clowns running around on Halloween.
Russia Warns Google Against Election 'Interference'Google has been warned by Russia's state communications regulator to stop "advertising" protests on YouTube ahead of local elections in Moscow.
Google Puts Up $1B To Ease Housing Headaches It Helped CauseGoogle is pouring $1 billion into easing the high-priced housing headaches that it and its Silicon Valley peers helped give the San Francisco Bay Area.
Google Adds Way To Auto-Delete Your Location History, Web ActivityGoogle wants to give people an easier way to delete their personal data.
Top US General: Google 'Is Indirectly Benefiting The Chinese Military'America's top general said Thursday that Google's work in China "is indirectly benefiting the Chinese military."
California's Most-Searched Relationship Term Is ‘I Cheated On My Girlfriend’Asking for forgiveness might be in the air in California this Valentine’s Day.
YouTube Promises To Stop Promoting Misleading VideosIf you believe the world is flat, don't count on YouTube recommending videos supporting your theory.
Senators Blast Google For No-Show On Capitol HillThe Senate Intelligence Committee's hearing on foreign use of social media to influence US politics took place Wednesday morning with two of the big tech companies that senators wanted to hear from present -- and one empty chair.
Trump Claims Google Is Rigged Against Him, Suppressing Positive NewsPresident Donald Trump promised Tuesday to address what he says is the "very serious situation" of social media companies "suppressing" conservative voices and "hiding information" and good news.
"Stephen King Library" Coming To A Smart Speaker Near YouPicking a new book to read can be a daunting task. Books can eat up hours of your day and in today's world no one has time to waste thumbing through a boring tale. Starting today, Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant users in the U.S. and Canada can receive customized suggestions from the works of bestselling novelist Stephen King directly from their smart speaker.