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Google has deleted the Google+ profiles of Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Sundar Pichai amid the Google+ shutdown — wiping away years of important...
Tuesday marked the day when Google began deleting Google+ accounts. And not immune to the purge were accounts of high-powered Google executives.
Google’s CEO once shut down an experimental project that would have totally changed how YouTube creators get paid, report says
Known internally as "Project Bean," the plan would pay YouTube creators for engagement, not ads.
Over a thousand Google employees have signed a petition calling for the removal of a member of Google’s new AI ethics board over her comments on...
Googlers are speaking out against a conservative appointee who was named to its AI ethics board over her previous statements on transgender rights.
5 major tech companies, from Amazon to Apple, are trying to make the ‘Netflix of gaming’ — here’s how they stack up
Every major tech company, from Apple to Amazon, is trying to create the "Netflix of gaming." Here's what we know about each, and how they compare.
Sundar’s Silence: The thorny factors behind the Google CEO’s Trump meeting and his deafening quiet about it
Meanwhile, the president didn't hold back, saying that Google is "totally committed to the U.S. military, not the Chinese Military."
Trump tweeted that his meeting with Google CEO Sundar Pichai 'ended very well'
Google just unveiled its ambitious new gaming platform, Stadia, and we learned a lot. But what we still don't know is in far greater quantity.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will reportedly meet with a top US military official in Washington to discuss the company’s AI efforts in China
The meeting comes after Gen. Dunford said Google's artificial intelligence work in China "indirectly benefits the Chinese military."
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is not exactly a hardcore gamer, but he likes "FIFA 19" and "Ashes Cricket."
Google's making an ambitious push into the video game market with Stadia, and it sounds good on paper. But one huge component is missing: The games.