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You can download music from Google Play Music for offline listening on many different devices, including the iPhone. Here's how to do it.
Almost 100 Google employees are petitioning San Francisco Pride to ban Google from sponsoring and participating in the parade — read the full le...
Still, the San Francisco Pride organizers say that Google will remain a sponsor and a participant in the parade.
Trump threatens to sue Facebook and Google and rails against big tech companies for being ‘totally biased’
"We should be suing Google and Facebook and all that," Trump said during an interview on Fox Business. "Which, perhaps we will."
A US Senator asked the FTC to ‘take all necessary steps’ to ensure YouTube is held accountable for violating children privacy laws
US Sen. Ed Markey said there is "extensive evidence" that YouTube is invading the privacy of its young users.
Instagram denies the persistent belief that it's listening in on users. "Doing so would be super problematic for a lot of different reasons."
A 29-year-old YouTube star’s sudden death is sparking an outpouring of grief and frustration among his fans and colleagues
Fans and colleagues of famous YouTuber Etika shared emotional reactions to his death after his public battle with mental health.
How to back up the photos on your Galaxy S10 automatically by using Google Photos, or manually through Samsung’s Smart Switch app
Knowing how to back up your Galaxy S10's photos is vital for keeping your data safe. Here's how to back up your photos automatically or manually.
Bill Gates says today’s big tech companies have learned from Microsoft’s mistakes in its big antitrust battle
Bill Gates says tech companies like Google and Facebook are "very engaged" when it comes to working with the government.
Eight months after launching in the US, Google's first smart speaker device has finally arrived in Singapore.
Google is warning employees who want to march with the company at San Francisco’s Pride parade that they’re not allowed to protest YouTube...
Google employees are free to protest if they are part of a contingent other than Google's or if they show up in their own "personal capacity."